Cohort Analysis, כרך 5
SAGE, 10 בינו׳ 2005 - 61 עמודים
Cohort Analysis, Second Edition covers the basics of the cohort approach to studying aging, social, and cultural change. This volume also critiques several commonly used (but flawed) methods of cohort analysis, and illustrates appropriate methods with analyses of personal happiness and attitudes toward premarital and extramarital sexual relations. Finally, the book describes the major sources of suitable data for cohort studies and gives the criteria for appropriate data.
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2nd Edition 5-point Age and Cohort age and period age levels birth cohort coefficients cohort analysis cohort data cohort effects cohort studies cohort succession Computed confounded correct cross-sectional studies data file data gathered dependent variable edition of Cohort estimating the effects extramarital sex Glenn grow older Happiness Index identification problem identified illustrated infinite number instance interpretation interviewing intracohort trend linear Log-Linear Models Logit Transformation male-female difference Mason minus the percentage Nakamura nonlinear pattern number of adults Number of respondents Offsetting Age panel conditioning effects panel studies pattern of variation percentage married Percentage of Persons Percentage of respondents period and cohort period effects period influences persons ages political poll data population change regression analysis Regression Unstandardized reported happiness response alternatives restrictive result sampling Sasaki and Suzuki scale side information simplifying assumption Social Sciences Social Surveys Davis statistical two-tailed test U.S. Census Bureau United States SOURCE World Values Survey young adults