Tag Archives: 2011

Goodbye, Listwise Deletion. Presenting Hot Deck Imputation as an Easy and Effective Tool for Handling Missing Data

Missing data are a ubiquitous problem in quantitative communication research, yet the missing data handling practices found in most published work in communication leave much room for improvement. In this article, problems with current practices are discussed and suggestions for improvement are offered. Finally, hot deck imputation is suggested as a practical solution to many…
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Americans’ Global Warming Beliefs and Attitudes: November 2011

This study, conducted by the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication, is based upon a survey conducted between October 20 and November 16, 2011. It found that public understanding that global warming is happening remained essentially unchanged at 63 percent, while belief that it is caused…
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