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Research Methods in Political Science: An Introduction Using Microcase Paperback – Dec 1 1995


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Understanding the "Science" in Political Science April 5 2000
By Dr. Charlie Leonard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Microcase's workbook explains, in simple terms, how political scientists use statistics and the scientific method to explain political and social phenomena. The workbook in itself is a terrific accomplishment. The hands-on exercises, however, are what really bring the concepts home to the reader/student. Using real social and political data, Microcase leads the user through real statistical explorations. It's a great tool for teaching, makes a good independent-study course, and would be an excellent way to learn a little about the "science" in poli sci on one's own.
This has more to do with the condition. Feb. 25 2014
By Rocketboy13 - Published on Amazon.com
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The book was in great shape and had all its pages (which was good because when I bought a copy from my college bookstore pages were missing, and it cost twice as much). The only issue really is that the code from the software was not in the book. I would also say that this item being a book at all is stupid, all of this should be an online content that you pay 20-30 bucks for, do the worksheets, and they get sent to the class TA or professor. Workbooks are archaic in concept.
Very satisfied Oct. 9 2011
By Pierre Biscaye - Published on Amazon.com
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The book was received as advertised, and I am happy with it's condition. I am also very pleased at the timely manner in which I received the book. I am very satisfied.
Not very clear on the step by step instuctions. Sept. 12 2010
By Metra reader - Published on Amazon.com
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Trying to follow this book in the step by step instructions is like trying to follow a kid hyped up on sugar. It is a good book for reading but when it comes to the step by step instructions for creating files it is just really hard to understand. It seems like the author has ADD and just goes on a tangent talking about "TAB this and Enter that". So it is a good book to read and learn but the for computer step by step teaching guide it is just bad. You don't need to write a long paragraph on how to type YES and NO in a box.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A top notch introduction to social science research methods April 20 2007
By V.O. Key III - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I can't improve on Dr. Charlie Leonard's review so let me simply ratify his well chosen words. Le Roy and Corbett put the student in the driver's seat with powerful but easy-to-use software, an excellent assortment of data sets, and for the most part well crafted assignments that nicely complement the research design topics discussed in their textbook.


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