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Factor Analysis: Statistical Methods and Practical Issues
Describes various commonly used methods of initial factoring and factor rotation and various methods of constructing factor scales are presented. Expand
Introduction to Factor Analysis: What It Is and How To Do It
Describes the mathematical and logical foundations at a level which does not presume advanced mathematical or statistical skills, illustrating how to do factor analysis with several of the moreExpand
The Treatment of Missing Data in Multivariate Analysis
How to assess the nature of missing data especially with regard to randomness, a comparison of listwise and pairwise deletion, and methods for using maximum information to estimate parameters or missing values are covered. Expand
Participation and Political Equality: A Seven-Nation Comparison
In this survey of political participation in seven nations-Nigeria, Austria, Japan, India, the Netherlands, Yugoslavia, and the United States-the authors examine the relationship between social,Expand
Multivariate Analysis of Ordinal Variables
  • Jae-on Kim
  • Sociology
  • American Journal of Sociology
  • 1 September 1975
This article examines the assumptions underlying two multivariate strategies commonly used in analyzing ordinal data. Both strategies employ as a descriptive tool the ordinary multiple regressionExpand
Predictive Measures of Ordinal Association
  • Jae-on Kim
  • Mathematics
  • American Journal of Sociology
  • 1 March 1971
For selecting and interpreting appropriate measures of association, a "proportional-reduction-in-error" (P-R-E) criterion is useful. However, efforts to give a P-R-E interpretation to measures ofExpand
Voter Turnout Among the American States: Systemic and Individual Components
Almost all modern states subscribe to the principle of universal adult suffrage, but in no state is the actual voter participation universal. As individuals differ from one another in theirExpand