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Lewis-Beck, University of Iowa Editorial Consultants Richard A. Berk, Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles William D. Berry, Political Science, Florida State University Kenneth A. Bollen, Sociology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Linda B. Bourque, Public Health, University of California, Los Angeles Jacques A. Hagenaars, Social Sciences, Tilburg University Sally Jackson, Communications, University of Arizona Richard M. Jaeger, Education, University of North Carolina, Greensboro Gary King, Department of Government, Harvard University Roger E.
Page v To illustrate bootstrapping, the authors offer numerous real data examples, from oil production in the American states, per capita personal income in SMSAs, ratings of members of Congress by Americans for Democratic Action, and median preference differences between legislative committee members and the whole legislature. Finally, in the Appendix, the authors provide a convenient summary of how to apply this computer-intensive methodology using various available software packages. The analyst, armed with this monograph and appropriate computer support, should be able to explore readily the inferential opportunities bootstrapping affords.
For many commonly used statistics, such as the sample mean and OLS regression coefficients, these steps to estimating the sampling distribution are often routine. For example, there are good theoretical reasons to believe that the sample mean is distributed normally under certain conditions that may frequently be met. Consider the distribution of the average height of random samples of 10 women. If we assume that women's height is normally distributed in the population (as is likely), the sampling distribution of the average height of samples of women will also be normal (Mansfield, 1986, p.
An Ecumenical Call to Just Peace by World Council of Churches