# SOC 201 Introduction to Sociological Statistics Spring 2013

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6 SOC 201 Spring 2013 Calendar SECTION I: Descriptive Statistics Week 1 Mon, Jan 14 Wed, Jan 16 Friday, Jan 18 Course Overview Lab: Introduction to SPSS: Locating, Opening, and Saving Data and Output; Generating frequency distributions and graphs Reading: Chapter 1 - The What and Why of Statistics Lecture: The Research Process, Variables, and Variable Properties Homework: Ch.Ex. 2, 3, 8, & 9, Due 1/23 in class In-Class Research: Variables, Causality, and Levels of Measurement Central Questions: What are independent and dependent variables? How do I identify and differentiate between nominal, ordinal, and interval-ratio variables? Week 2 Mon, Jan 21 Wed, Jan 23 Fri, Jan 25 MLK Holiday NO CLASSES Reading: Chapter 2 - Frequency Distributions; Chapter 3 - Graphing Lecture: Frequency Distributions and Graphs Homework: For Chpt. 2, SPSS 2 &4, Ch.Ex. 4, 6, & 8; for Chpt 3, SPSS 2&4, due 1/28 in lab Central Question: What are cumulative distributions and with which levels of measurement should they be used? In-Class Research: Creating Frequency Distributions and Graphs Central Question: Which graphs are most appropriate for nominal, ordinal, or interval-ratio variables?

7 Week 3 Mon, Jan 28 Wed, Jan 30 Fri, Feb 1 Reading: Chapter 4 Measures of Central Tendency Lecture: Measures of Central Tendency Lab: Generating Measures of Central Tendency Homework: SPSS 1&4 (select one measure & explain for a-f), Ch.Ex. 6&8, due 2/4 in lab Central Question: Which measures of central tendency are most appropriate for nominal, ordinal, or interval-ratio variables? What special problems do we encounter when using the mean? In-Class Research: Calculating Measures of Central Tendency In-Class Research: Shapes of Distributions Week 4 Mon, Feb 4 Wed, Feb 6 Fri, Feb 8 Reading: Chapter 5 Measures of Variability Lecture: Measures of Variability Lab: Generating Measures of Variability Homework: SPSS 1, Ch.Ex 4,6,&8, due 2/11 in lab Central Questions: Which measures of variability are most appropriate for nominal, ordinal, or interval-ratio variables? What happens to the shape of distributions as their standard deviations increase? In-Class Research: Measures of Variability for Ordinal Variables In-Class Research: Measures of Variability for Interval-Ratio Variables Week 5 Mon, Feb 11 Wed, Feb 13 Fri, Feb 15 In-Class Research: Exam Study Session Lab: Exam 1 Descriptive Statistics STUDY DAY STUDY DAY

8 SECTION II: Inferential Statistics Week 6 Mon, Feb 18 Wed, Feb 20 Reading: Chapter 6 The Normal Distribution Lecture: Inferential Statistics and the Normal Distribution Lab: Reviewing the Normal Distribution Homework: Chpt. 6, Ch.Ex. 2, 4, 6 a&b, 10; Chpt. 7, Ch.Ex 6 due 2/25 in lab Central Questions: What are the characteristics of the normal curve? How do we apply the concept of standard deviation to the principles of the normal curve? In-Class Research: Using the Standard Normal Table Fri, Feb 22 Reading: Chapter 7 Sampling Distributions (begin at p. 206) In-Class Research: Normal Distribution, Sampling Distributions, and the CLT Central Questions: How important is sample size to our understanding of the normality of a distribution? Week 7 Mon, Feb 25 Wed, Feb 27 Fri, Mar 1 Reading: Chapter 8 Estimation Lecture: Point and Interval Estimation Lab: Generating Confidence Intervals Homework: SPSS 2, Ch.Ex 2, 6, & 12, due 3/4 Central Questions: What exactly are we estimating and why? What are the two types of estimates? In-Class Research: Confidence Intervals for Means In-Class Research: Confidence Intervals for Proportions

9 Week 8 Mon, Mar 4 Wed, Mar 6 Fri, Mar 8 Reading Chapter 9 Testing Hypotheses Lecture: Hypothesis Testing with Z and the one-sample T-tests Lab: Generating T-tests Homework: SPSS 4, Ch.Ex. 8, 10, 12 due 3/11 Central Questions: Under what circumstances do we use t-tests instead of Z- tests? What are the two types of hypotheses and which is always being tested? Lecture: Independent Samples T-test In-Class Research: Hypothesis testing with the Z and T-tests Week 9 Mon, Mar 11 Reading Chapter 14 Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) end at pg. 465 Lecture: Hypothesis Testing with ANOVA Lab: Generating ANOVA Homework: Ch.Ex 3&10, due 3/18 Central Questions: How does ANOVA differ from the t-test? Wed, Mar 13 Fri, Mar 15 In-Class Research: Hypothesis testing with ANOVA In-Class Research: Hypothesis testing with ANOVA Week 10 Mon, Mar 18 Wed, Mar 20 Fri, Mar 22 In-Class Research: Exam Study Session Lab: Exam 2 Inferential Statistics STUDY DAY STUDY DAY Week 11: March 25 th 29 th SPRING BREAK NO CLASSES

10 SECTION III: Bivariate and Multivariate Relationships Week 12 Mon, Apr 1 Wed, Apr 3 Fri, Apr 5 Reading: Chapter 10 Crosstabulation Lecture: Exploring Bivariate Relationships with Crosstabulation Lab: Generating Bivariate Tables Homework: SPSS 2 &4, Ch.Ex 1, 6 a&b, & 8 due 4/8 Central Questions: How do we use crosstabs to determine relationships between variables? In what ways will a third variable complicate these relationships? In-Class Research: Crosstabulation with Two Variables In-Class Research: Crosstabulation with Control Variables Week 13 Mon, Apr 8 Wed, Apr 10 Fri, Apr 12 Reading: Chapter 11 Chi-Square Lecture: Testing Hypothesis with the Chi-Square Test Lab: Chi-square Homework: SPSS 2, Ch.Ex 2, 4, 10 due 4/15 Central Questions: How do we determine statistical independence? In-Class Research: Using the Chi-Square Test In-Class Research: Interpreting the Chi-Square Test

11 Week 14 Mon, Apr 15 Wed, Apr 17 Fri, Apr 19 Reading: Chapter 12 Measures of Association for Nominal and Ordinal Variables Lecture: The Properties of Bivariate Relationships Homework: SPSS 2 (ignore gamma or Kendall s question) &4, Ch.Ex. 2 &14, due 4/22 Central Questions: What pieces of information do lambda and gamma provide that will describe the nature of the relationship between two variables? What is PRE? In-Class Research: Working with Lambda In-Class Research: Working with Gamma Week 15 Mon, Apr 22 Wed, Apr 24 Fri, Apr 26 Reading: Chapter 13 Regression and Correlation Lecture: Scatterplots and Correlation Lab: Scatterplots, Correlation, and Bivariate Regression Homework: SPSS 1 &5a, Ch.Ex 10 (exclude item c) & 12, due 4/29 Central Questions: What is a prediction equation and what does each piece of the equation tell us about the relationship between X and Y? What other statistics allow us to characterize the relationship between X and Y? Lecture: Bivariate and Multiple Regression In-Class Research: Working with bivariate regression and multiple regression Week 16 Mon, Apr 29 Wed, May 1 Fri, May 3 In-Class Research: Exam 3 Review/Evaluations Lab: Exam 3 Bivariate and Multivariate Relationships Course Wrap-Up Course Wrap-Up May 6-10: Final Exam Week

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