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Advancing quantitative methods in criminology and criminal justice / edited by Travis C. Pratt
London ; New York : Routledge, c2012
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 3rd Floor  HV7419.5 .A383 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Criminology -- Research -- Methodology
Criminal justice, Administration of -- Research -- Methodology
Quantitative research -- Methodology
Physical Description vii, 110 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Using the group-based trajectory model to study crime over the life course / Daniel s. Nagin and Aex R. Piquero -- When space matters: spatial dependence, diagnostics, and regression models / Robert J. Fornango -- Basic principles and practices of structural equation modeling in criminal justice and criminology research / Jacinta M. Gau -- Meta-analysis in criminal justice and criminology: what it is, when it's useful, and what to watch out for / Travis C. Pratt -- An overview of social network analysis / Jean Marie McGloin and David S. Kirk -- A user-friendly introduction to panel data modeling / John L. Worrall -- Censored regression in response to the distributional realities of crime and justice measures / Christophre J. Sullivan and Tara Livelsberger
Alternate Author Pratt, Travis C

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