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by Rudolph J. Rummel,R. J. Rummel

eBook Applied factor analysis download ISBN: 0810102544
Author: Rudolph J. Rummel,R. J. Rummel
Publisher: Northwestern University Press; Loose Cover edition (1970)
Language: English
Pages: 617
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Social Sciences

Rudolph Joseph Rummel (October 21, 1932 – March 2, 2014) was professor of political science who taught at the Indiana University, Yale University, and University of Hawaii.

Rudolph Joseph Rummel (October 21, 1932 – March 2, 2014) was professor of political science who taught at the Indiana University, Yale University, and University of Hawaii. He spent his career studying data on collective violence and war with a view toward helping their resolution or elimination. Rummel coined the term democide for murder by government (compare genocide), such as the Stalinist purges and Mao's Cultural Revolution.

Applied factor analysis. by. Rummel, R. J. (Rudolph ., 1932-. Factor analysis, Social sciences - Statistical methods. Evanston, Northwestern University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station09. cebu on April 2, 2019.

Applied factor analysis Rudolph J. Rummel Metin Parçacığı görünümü - 1970. Rummel is a Professor Emeritus of Political Science

Applied factor analysis Rudolph J. Applied factor analysis Rudolph J. Rummel is a Professor Emeritus of Political Science.

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Rummel came to factor analysis because he wanted a tool that fit the job he was doing (explaining . Go ahead & get a more up-to-date and technically involved exposition of factor analysis, if this is a statistical method you are trying to master.

Rummel came to factor analysis because he wanted a tool that fit the job he was doing (explaining variance in violence across socieities with different political & economic systems).

Rudolph J. Rummel always published just as . Rummel but was well known in the profession as Rudy Rummel, RJ (1970) Applied Factor Analysis. Evanston: Northwestern University Press. Rummel but was well known in the profession as Rudy. 1 He was a man of many talents, and to some of his readers he may also have seemed to present many different faces. He came from a broken home, yet became a devoted husband and father. He had an extensive academic publication record, but he also wrote six novels. Rummel, RJ (1970) Applied Factor Analysis.

Rummel is a Professor Emeritus of Political Science.

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Rummel also authored Factor Analysis Understanding (1970) and . R. Rommel, The Blue Book of Freedom: Ending Famine, Poverty, Democide, and War, Nashville, Tennessee, Cumberland House Publishing.

Rummel also authored Factor Analysis Understanding (1970) and Understanding Correlation (1976). Rommel, The Blue Book of Freedom: Ending Famine, Poverty, Democide, and War, Nashville, Tennessee, Cumberland House Publishing, 2007, p. 99. Rudolph Rummel was born in 1932 in Cleveland, Ohio to a family of German descent.

Rudolph Joseph Rummel. 1932-10-21)October 21, 1932. Rummel also authored Factor Analysis Understanding (1970) and Understanding Correlation (1976). Early life and education.

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Not a "state of the art" reference at this point (if it ever was) but still a "point of it" masterpiece.

Most writing on statistical methods is "devoid of reason" -- not in the sense of being wrong or pointless or mistaken but in the sense of lacking reflective engagement with the question of what makes particular methods suited for what sorts of tasks. Students are taught to "do" various forms of analysis but never whether, when, why a particular form is apt.

Rummel came to factor analysis because he wanted a tool that fit the job he was doing (explaining variance in violence across socieities with different political & economic systems). That is, he started with a clear understanding of what sort of data he had and what sorts of inferences he thought would be valid to make from them, and then figured out what form of statistical analysis furnished the closest fit.

Then, rather than simply exploit the benefit of his intelligence for enlarging his own & others' insights into the subject he was studying, he decided to share what he had taught himself about *why* what he was doing made sense.

Go ahead & get a more up-to-date and technically involved exposition of factor analysis, if this is a statistical method you are trying to master.

But get this book & read it too so that you'll actually know what it is you are learning -- including whether it fits the job *you* are trying to do with it.

You'll also be treated to a wonderful lesson in something else very valuable: how to think.
Phain
I found this book on google.books.com and started reading it there as it seemed to give a good overview of factor analysis. The first chapter, explaining the "philosophy" of the method, and the beginning of the second chapter that brought back more statistics knowledge than I thought I had (thanks to the crisp style the author uses), were enough to convince me to buy the book. I am convinced it will be more than a dry statistics reference book to keep on my shelf. And being a political scientist, I welcome the fact that the "applied" concerns this discipline, in which statistics is common but sometimes cookie-cutter, thus underscoring the benefit of owning such a fresh take on quantitative methods. It's a shame to volume is long out of print and only used copies are available.
Whiteseeker
The book arrived early and is in excellent condition. Content is extremely helpful and detailed.