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Ask: Research and Methods. Volume 7, Issue 1 (1998)

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  1. Analiza czynnikowa i analiza głównych składowych

    Górniak, Jarosław
    Both factor analysis and principal component analysis are very popular among social researchers. They are often treated as variants of the same method. In the paper author discusses difference between the methods, and typical use of them made for data analysis. Other topics discussed here are steps of the analysis, criteria of choosing factor extraction and rotation methods, and basic interpretation of results.

  2. Wielonomialny model logitowy. Przykład zastosowania i interpretacja

    Domański, Henryk

  3. Tradycje jako sposób radzenia sobie z nową rzeczywistością. Studia porównawcze działań wzorotwórczych rodzin i autorytetów w wybranych społecznościach lokalnych

    Kurczewska, Joanna; Kempny, Marian; Bojar, Hanna

  4. Wpływ obecności osób trzecich w badaniach z wykorzystaniem wywiadu telefonicznego ze wspomaganiem komputerowym (CATI)

    Sztabiński, Paweł B.
    Running computer-assisted telephone interview (CATI) one cannot control external effects, contaminating validity of responses by interviewers, especially so-called effect of 'third persons'. Bearing on long-lasting experience with classical face-to-face interview one can assume that this effect is significant in CATI as well. This paper reports results of methodological survey aimed to determine this question in a systematic way.

  5. „Strategie" i postawy współczesnych ankieterów a reakcje i nowe obawy respondentów

    Lutyńska, Krystyna
    This paper is based on reports coming from participant observations of 58 interviews from survey research. I analyze, here, behavior of interviewers and some of its implications for quality of data. These reports show that interviewers used to commit many serious errors and do not observe rules of professional ethics. It was established that interviewers apply various 'strategies' during interviews, with most popular of them being to play the role of an 'important official', display their superiority to respondents and differentiate their behavior accordingly to material status, education, culture, and place of residence of respondents. As regards respondents, their attitudes...

  6. Religia jako zmienna niezależna: rewizja hipotezy Webera

    Krymkowski, Daniel H.; Martin, Luther H.
    Studies in the sociology of religion generally assume "religion" to be causal with little or no attention paid to the theoretical justification or basis for such a claim. We argue in this paper that most such studies fail to satisfy the conditions for causal inference. Further, Weber, whom sociologists of religion often cite when theoretical claims are made, at worse never proposes religion as an independent variable and, at best is very ambiguous on the issue. We suggest that recent directions in cognitive psychology might form the basis for further research concerning the social significance of religion.

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