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Methodological Tools in the Social Sciences

Methodological Tools in the Social Sciences is a quantitative methods series producing short to medium length user guides, focusing more on empirical testing and less on formal modelling. Designed for the upper-level undergraduate or graduate student, these publications will offer practical instruction for applying methods in an introductory and discursive manner, complete with many examples.

General Editors: Paul M. Kellstedt, Texas A&M University; Guy D. Whitten, Texas A&M University

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