VIEWPOINT
The Methodological Imperatives of Feminist
Ethnography
Richelle D. Schrock, Ohio Wesleyan University
Abstract: Feminist ethnography does not have a single, coherent definition and is caught between struggles
over the definition and goals of femi
Sociological Methods &
Research
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Matching Estimators of Causal Effects: Prospects and Pitfalls in
Theory and Practice
Stephen L. Morgan and David J. Harding
Sociological Methods & Research 2006 35: 3
DOI: 10.1177/0049124106289164
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Propensity Scores
Todd Wagner PhD
Wagner,
July 2012
Outline
Background on assessing causation
1.
Randomized i l
R d i d trials
Observational studies
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2.
Calculating a propensity score
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Limitations
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Causality
Researchers are often inte
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British
Psychological
Society
British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology (2012)
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www.wileyonlinelibrary.com
Multilevel mediation analysis: the effects of
omitted variables in the 111 model
Davo
The Journal of Early
Adolescence
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Single-Level and Multilevel Mediation Analysis
Davood Tofighi and Felix Thoemmes
The Journal of Early Adolescence 2014 34: 93
DOI: 10.1177/0272431613511331
The online version of this article can be f
Organizational Research
Methods
http:/orm.sagepub.com/
Testing Multilevel Mediation Using Hierarchical Linear Models: Problems and
Solutions
Zhen Zhang, Michael J. Zyphur and Kristopher J. Preacher
Organizational Research Methods 2009 12: 695 originally p
SAS Global Forum 2008
Statistics and Data Analysis
Paper 384-2008
Structural Equation Modeling and Path Analysis Using PROC TCALIS in SAS 9.2
Yiu-Fai Yung, SAS Institute Inc., Cary NC
ABSTRACT
The TCALIS procedure, which is new and experimental in SAS 9.2
J Exp Criminol
DOI 10.1007/s11292-012-9166-8
Propensity score analysis: promise, reality
and irrational exuberance
William R. Shadish
# Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2012
Abstract
Objectives The aim of this work is to examine the promise that
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Prognostic Scoring in Colorectal
Cancer Liver Metastases
Development and Validation
Martin Schindl, MD; Stephen J. Wigmore, MD, FRCSE; Elspeth J. Currie, MSc;
Friedrich Laengle, MD; O. James Garden, MD, FRCSE
Hypothesis: A prognostic scor
Journal of Educational and
Behavioral Statistics
http:/jebs.aera.net
Statistical Power for Regression Discontinuity Designs in Education
Evaluations
Peter Z. Schochet
JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL STATISTICS 2009; 34; 238
DOI: 10.3102/107699860933
Estimating Causal Effects from Large Data Sets Using
Propensity Scores
Donald B. Rubin, PhD
The aim of many analyses of large databases is to draw
causal inferences about the effects of actions, treatments,
or interventions. Examples include the effects o
Health Services & Outcomes Research Methodology 2:169188, 2001
# 2002 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Manufactured in The Netherlands.
Using Propensity Scores to Help Design Observational
Studies: Application to the Tobacco Litigation
DONALD B. RUBIN
Departme
Journal of Educational Psychology
1974, Vol. 66, No. 5, 688-701
ESTIMATING CAUSAL EFFECTS OF TREATMENTS IN
RANDOMIZED AND NONRANDOMIZED STUDIES1
DONALD B. RUBIN2
Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey
A discussion of matching, randomization, r
Reducing Bias in Observational Studies Using Subclassification on the Propensity Score
Author(s): Paul R. Rosenbaum and Donald B. Rubin
Source: Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 79, No. 387 (Sep., 1984), pp. 516524
Published by: Americ
Bias Reduction Using Mahalanobis-Metric Matching
Author(s): Donald B. Rubin
Source: Biometrics, Vol. 36, No. 2 (Jun., 1980), pp. 293-298
Published by: International Biometric Society
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/stable/2529981 .
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Kyle Haskins
3/21/17
Front-line Employee Interview
Understanding the Job
For my front-line employee interview, I was able to interview my roommate, Ryan, who is a valet
for a company called Towne Park. Towne Park is contracted by a variety of hotels and o
Homework #9 ANOVA Analysis INFO329/MKTG329
PART A: The Science of Us 5 pts
Please read the article The Science of Us and answer the following questions:
If you lived in New York, would you want to be part of the Kavli HUMAN Project? Why or why not?
Wher
KYLE HASKINS
Xavier University 3929 Regent Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45212 | | C:
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To whom it may concern:
The job offered by Veritiv intrigued me immensely. I am confident that this job would be a good fit for
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KYLE HASKINS
Xavier University 3929 Regent Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45212 | | C:
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To whom it may concern:
The job offered by Meggitt intrigued me immensely. I am confident that this job would be a good fit for
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KYLE HASKINS
Xavier University 3929 Regent Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45212 | | C:
407-409-1383 [email protected]
To whom it may concern:
The job offered by Xavier University intrigued me immensely. I am confident that this job would be a
good fit for m
KYLE HASKINS
Xavier University 3929 Regent Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45212 | | C:
407-409-1383 [email protected]
To whom it may concern:
The job offered by Meggitt intrigued me immensely. I am confident that this job would be a good fit for
my analytic
KYLE HASKINS
Xavier University 3929 Regent Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45212 | | C:
407-409-1383 [email protected]
To whom it may concern:
The job offered by CDK Global intrigued me immensely. I am confident that this job would be a good fit
for my analy
March10,20162:22p.m.
The Scientists Who Are After the Personal Data
of 10,000 New Yorkers
ByMelissaDahl
Photo:MarioTama/GettyImages
Notsolongago,anastronomerwhowantedananswertoacelestialquestionwouldbooktimeona
telescopeatauniversityandstudyonlythegalaxie
KYLE HASKINS
Xavier University 3929 Regent Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45212 | | C:
407-409-1383 [email protected]
To whom it may concern:
The job offered by TriHealth intrigued me immensely. I am confident that this job would be a good fit for
my analyt