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Canal Luisa (Trient University), Ostasiewicz Walenty (Wrocław University of Economics, Poland)
Statistical Models for Social Stress Analysis
Statistics in Transition, 2009, vol. 10, nr 2, s. 277-299, bibliogr. s. 297-299
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Metody statystyczne, Metodologia statystyki, Nauki społeczne, Modele statystyczne
Statistical methods, Statistics methodology, Social sciences, Statistical models
This paper presents the critical overview of the statistical models that could be used in the social stress analysis. Such analysis is considered to consist of the identification of the social stressors, and of the measurement of their potency to destroy the social harmony. Four main groups of methods are discussed: item response models, factorial models, latent classification, and paired comparison. (original abstract)
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