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Durkheim's Suicide and Problems of Empirical Research
  • H. Selvin
  • Sociology
  • American Journal of Sociology
  • 1 May 1958
The theoretical content of Suicide has been thoroughly discussed, but relatively little attention has been paid to the ways in which Durkheim tested and refined his theories with empirical data.Expand
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The effects of leadership
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A Critique of Tests of Significance in Survey Research
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Data-Dredging Procedures in Survey Analysis
This paper offers a classification of data-dredging procedures which allow the data to be dredged for hypotheses in certain ways and some comments on their use. Expand
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The Empirical Classification of Formal Groups
predicting differential identification or involvement with this role. 5. The unimportant differences found within the upper, middle, and lower SES categories suggest that finer SES discriminationsExpand
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The Meaning of Blindness.
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The Kurzweil Reading Machine: False Hopes and Realistic Expectations *
A special forum for individuals to respond in detail to material published in the Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness or elsewhere, to present new ideas, or to raise issues which relate to the specialized field of work with blind and visually handicapped persons. Expand
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