Social Statistics
This course is an undergraduate-level introduction to social statistics. The central focus is descriptive, bivariate, and inferential statistics as they are used in social sciences to analyze survey data. Students will be introduced to how statistics are calculated. The class will focus on (1) understanding the intuitive meaning behind a variety of common social statistics, (2) calculating these statistics by hand with commonly-available spreadsheet software, and (3) practical application of statistical procedures.

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There are no prerequisites for this course.

SOC 3123

Social Statistics


Department of Sociology at the University of Oklahoma

Start Date

August 13, 2013


16 weeks

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B. Mitch Peck, PhD
Course Instructor
B. Mitch Peck, PhD
Associate Professor
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