With an emphasis on description, examples, graphs and displays rather than statistical formulae, this book is the ideal introductory guide for students across the social sciences.

From Samples to Populations

In social science, we frequently want to find something out about a particular group of people. For example, we may want to find out which party people are planning to vote for the day before an election, or what proportion of adults believe that cannabis should be legalised.

We could ask everybody in the country these questions. However it would be rather ...

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