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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric Tanenbaum [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2001 7:10 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Essex Summer School in Social research Methods: 2001
>
>
> Please distribute the following notice to subscribers to
> class-l. They may be particularly interested in our module on sortng and
> classification.
>
> Thank you
>
> Eric Tanenbaum
>
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> Please draw this to the attention of your colleagues.
>
>
>              The 34'th Essex Summer School
>                           in
>              Social Science Data Analysis
>                          and
>                      Collection
>
>               7 July - 17 August 2001
>
>
> This year's Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis
> and Collection will offer over 50 one and two-week
> introductory, intermediate and advanced courses on
> topics which include:
>
> social survey design and analysis, sampling,
> regression, multilevel analysis, time series analysis,
> correspondence analysis, log linear analysis, latent class analysis,
> discourse analysis, game theory, rational choice, social theory,
> data visualisation and data mining, social network analysis,
> maximum likelihood estimation and limited dependent variables,
> structural equation models, qualitative data analysis,
> focus groups, interviewing, participant observation, content analysis,
> SPSS, Amos, Lisrel,
> British Household Panel Survey, time budget collection and Analysis and
> comparative policy analysis.
>
> New courses this year are:
>
>       Logit, Probit and Other Generalised Models
>       Introduction to Geographical Information Systems
>       Socio-Legal Research Methods
>       Advanced Social Network Analysis
>       Dimensional Analysis
>       Evaluation Analysis
>
> There will be a two-week "data confrontation" workshop on
>         "National and International Crime Victimization Surveys".
>
> A small number of ESRC bursaries are available to participants from
> British academic institutions.
>
> For further details see URL <http://www.essex.ac.uk/methods>
> or
> e-mail [log in to unmask]
> or
> write to
> The Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis and Collection
> University of Essex
> Colchester, Essex CO4 3SQ,
> United Kingdom
> or
> Fax [international] 44-1206-873598 [UK/Eire] 01206-873598
> or
> telephone [international] 44-1206-872502 [UK/Eire] 01206-872502.
>
>
>
> Eric Tanenbaum
> Dept of Government
> University of Essex
> Colchester, Essex CO4 3SQ
> England
> (Phone: [UK] 01206-872506 or 01206-872502
>         [Int'l] 44-1206-872506 or 44-1206-872502)
>
>
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