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Sorting Data
Collection and Analysis



August 1999 | 104 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
If you need hints on how to collect, describe, compare and analyze data, you will find them in this handy guide. The author addresses: specification; elaboration; sampling of the `domain' or what is to be sorted. There is also help on: setting the criterion; the pre-test; administration; and recording of results. The author gives special consideration to problems of categorization and illustrates with a real research example.
 
Introduction
 
Collecting Free-Sorting Data
 
Describing and Comparing Sortings
 
Analyising Sorting Data

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