10-4 Lecture 10 - Lecture 10 correlation between fathers...

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Lecture 10 correlation between fathers occ and sons - .4 squaring the correlation coefficient gives the percentage bigger the number, bigger the cause. nothing is ever .8 or .9, this means something's been measured twice path diagrams are made by hand cant tell where is the causal weight. A good occupation definition – one that requires education if no arrow – no independent cause arrows from outer space – the unexplained variables it shows that that percentage is unrelated to path diagram .753^2 – 55%? things that don't have to do with family (schooling, how smart they are etc) that is why there is such a big number on respondent's education (.859) path diagrams always lacking Davis and Moore I. The question – What is the question that the theorist is trying to answer? 1. A loaded question for Davis and Moore 1. asking weird question – asking why is there social inequality. Its purpose? 2.
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