SPSS ASSIGNMENT #1
Read chapters 1, 2, and 3 of the SPSS 20 Statistical Brief Guide (check the virtual office under
forums for a link to the file).
Then, follow these guidelines.
To Enter Data:
1.
Click on the Variable View tab in the lower left corner of
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #5
Single Sample & Dependent Samples t Tests
SPSS instructions: (For more details, check the links provided under Course
Materials in the Course Overview Folder (under Lessons).
t Test for a Single Sample:
Open SPSS
Enter the number of act
Step 1.
Research Hypothesis: Ones gender will influence their support for sex education in public schools.
Null Hypothesis: Ones gender Will Not influence their support for sex education in public schools.
Step 2. Confidence level .05 @ 95% Degrees of Fre
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #3
Computing z-Scores Using SPSS
Using the data below:
1.
Determine the z-score that corresponds to each teachers salary and enter them in
the table below. (Follow the steps on the second page).
The following data are from a survey of high
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #2
NOTE: Most of the data sets we will be using are in Appendix C of your text (p. 366).
From now on, I will refer to each data set using the name given and listed in Appendix C
(e.g., Chapter 3 Data Set 1).
Then, follow these guidelines.
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #3
Computing z-Scores Using SPSS
Using the data below:
1.
Determine the z-score that corresponds to each teachers salary and enter
them in the table below. (Follow the steps on the second page).
The following data are from a survey of high
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Quiz #6
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Part 1 of 1 Question 1 of 25
The ANOVA is like an extension of the:
25.0 Points
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A.t-test
B.F-test
C.Correlation
D.Regression
Answer Key:
A
Question 2 of 25
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A simple analysis of variance i
WEEK 2 EXERCISES
Enter your answers in the spaces provided. Save the file using your last name as the beginning
of the file name (e.g., ruf_week2_exercises) and submit via Assignments. When appropriate,
show your work.
1.
Classify the measurement type in
SPSS ASSIGNMENT #5
Tests for Two Independent (or Different) Groups (or Samples)
To run the t Test for Independent Samples:
*You can also follow the steps in pages 200-203 of your text.
Once you have entered the data, click on Analyze, then on Compare Mean
Sexuality and childrens programs
The topic of my research is on sexuality, and if childrens programs and movies should be
allowed to depict homosexual behaviors and relationships. When gay marriage was legalized in 2010, it
seemed like many companies were
Write your research hypothesis (H1) and your null hypothesis (H0).
H1: The more an individual attends church, the more likely they will be to disagree with the
showing of homosexual behavior and relationships on childrens programs.
H0: There is no statist
The first study, Portrayals of Sex and Sexuality in Gay- and Lesbian Oriented Media: A
Quantitative Content Analysis, by Bradley J. Bond, looks at how mainstream media will show
less homosexual behavior, compared to gay and lesbian- oriented (GLO) media.
Write your research hypothesis (H1) and your null hypothesis (H0).
H1: The more an individual attends church, the more likely they will be to disagree with the
showing of homosexual behavior and relationships on childrens programs.
H0: There is no statist
WEEK 6 EXERCISES
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of the file name (e.g., ruf_week6_exercises) and submit via Assignments. When appropriate,
show your work.
1.
Using the following table, provid
WEEK 3 EXERCISES
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of the file name (e.g., ruf_week3_exercises) and submit via Assignments. When appropriate,
show your work.
1.
For the following research questi
Sex Education In Public Schools
Shata Sampson
Professor A. Krieger
SOCI332
Statistics in Social Science
American Public University
Jan 31, 2016
1
Introduction
Sex education within the United States is a term utilized to describe a wide range of
programs w
Group Statistics
RESPONDENTS SEX
N
Mean
Std. Deviation
Std. Error Mean
SEX EDUCATION IN
MALE
417
1.11
.308
.015
PUBLIC SCHOOLS
FEMALE
476
1.09
.287
.013
Independent Samples Test
Levene's Test for
Equality of
Variances
t-test for Equality of Means
95% Conf
Hello Class! Being that my research hypothesis is ones age will influence their support for sex education,
I will now show you the cross tabulations that basically supports my theory.
Case Processing Summary
Cases
Valid
N
Missing
Percent
N
Total
Percent
N
Find two peer-reviewed articles that provide examples of studies (preferably that utilize
the meta-analysis procedure) relevant to your research topic. Explain their findings
based on this statistical data. Do not present research studies that were alread
1.
Find correlation data for your chosen variables (instructions in Assignment 2);
post your findings (SPSS table and explanation)
2.
Identify the following about your study:
o
o
3.
Research question
write out the Research Hypothesis & Null Hypothesis
Exp
My concern is with sex education in public schools. I want to know if society supports this and if
education is correlated to these preferences. I found the variable SEXEDUC within the General
Social Survey website. Here is the corresponding question that
Title:Lets Talk about it
Sex should be talked about and no longer an unspoken topic
My topic is should sex education be taught in public schools. My variables are the following:
age, education, sex of respondent, race, teens, and religion preference. In t
SOCIOLOGY 332
Statistics for Social Science
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and understand all terms of the syllabus for SOCI 332, Statistics for