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By Charles A. Lave

What's a version? How do you build one? What are a few universal types within the social sciences? How can versions be utilized in new events? What makes a version strong? concentrating on solutions to those and comparable questions, this multidisciplinary advent to version development within the social sciences formulates fascinating difficulties that contain scholars in inventive version construction and the method of invention. The e-book describes versions of person selection, trade, edition, and diffusion

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In the 1920s the typleal herolne portrayed ln stories in women's magazin倒 was a eareer gir1. In the 1960s the typiea1 heroine was a housewife. " Using Rule 1 of the Thr锦 Rules of Thumb, tryωput some sense of proeess into the mode1. Why d佛s a woman ftnd a story interesting in the ftrst plaee1 why has this ehanged over time, and what eould have eaused the ehange 1 Do not n锐创sarily try ωgive speeifte answers to 创lese questions. They are m臼nt only to help you build a better model. (b) Using the third rule of thumb, produee another model that is a more general version of the model you produeed in (川.

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