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《社会学方法与定量研究》是一本针对研究生的讲述定量研究方法的教辅书,是美国密歇根大学著名教授谢宇的著作,在2006年出版后,市场反响非常好,许多学校将其作为研究生教材使用,对于推动国内社会学界注重量化研究,改变过去“重定性,轻定量”的局面起了一定的作用。书出版后,作者本人也觉得非常满意,信任我社的出书品质。经过这些年的沉淀,我们觉得有必要对书进行修正,结合国际量化研究的现状,增加内容,以使我们的书能够跟进前沿。
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