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Crosstabs. Types of relationships. Linear Spurious Intervening Interaction effects Suppression. Linear effects. Theory: National pride (alienation). When people feel alienated from the political system, then they may be more likely to participate in politics.

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types of relationships
Types of relationships
  • Linear
  • Spurious
  • Intervening
  • Interaction effects
  • Suppression
theory national pride alienation
Theory: National pride (alienation)
  • When people feel alienated from the political system, then they may be more likely to participate in politics.
  • When people feel national pride in the political system, then they may be less likely to participate in politics.
  • Measure:
    • How often do you feel ashamed of Russia? very often, rather often, not very often, hardly ever
dependent variable political participation
Dependent variable: political participation
  • People either participate or they do not.
  • There are 31 questions about different political activities.
  • How should this variable be measured?
measure of political participation
Measure of political participation

freq vars = polpartbes2.

crosstabs analysis
Crosstabs analysis
  • Like a frequency table, it reports how many and what percentage fall into a particular category, but for two variables instead of one
  • Not suitable for continuous variables; only for discretely measured variables
  • It is sometimes useful to recode a variable with too many categories FOR THE PURPOSES OF ILLUSTRATION ONLY
conventions
Conventions
  • the independent variable is arranged across the top of the table
  • Percentages should be calculated using COLUMN
  • Syntax: crosstabs tables DV by IV /cells = coll.
creating collapsed variables
Creating collapsed variables
  • compute polpartbesc = polpartbes.
  • if polpartbes > 1 polpartbesc = 2.
syntax missing and crosstabs
Syntax: missing and crosstabs
  • Some useful syntax:
  • missing values ashamerus (7,8,9).
  • crosstabs tables = polpartbesc by ashamerus/cells = col/stats = corr.
syntax for scatter plot
Syntax for scatter plot

GRAPH

/SCATTERPLOT(BIVAR)=ashamerus WITH polpartbes

/MISSING=LISTWISE.

Notice that there is no need for extra categorization – so we used polpartbes, not polpartbesc.