Have you ever visited the Al Zubara Fort? (Tick appropriate box)
(84 ) Yes (16) No
a) Do you think the Al Zubara Fort has any Historical value to the Qatari people?
(90) Yes (10) No
a) Do you think the Al Zubara Fort has any social importance to the Qatari people?
(43) Yes (57) No
In your opinion, does the Al Zubara Fort add any beauty (aesthetic value) to Qatar?
(39) Yes (61) No
Is the Al Zubara Fort symbolic?
(34)Yes (66) No
In what state/condition do you prefer the Al Zubara Fort to be?
(25) A anything interesting can be added to it
(58) I prefer it preserved but necessary repairs and maintenance are okay by me
(1) Whatever the government decides is okay by me
(3) I don’t know
a) Do you think the Al Zubara Fort affects the economy of Qatar?
(41) Yes (59)No
Do you think the Fort and the exhibits in it portray the Cultural Heritage of Qatar?
a) Are you willing to sustain and preserve Al Zubara Fort?
(73) Yes (27) No
On a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is ‘NOT AT ALL’ and 5 is ‘VERY MUCH’, to what extent do you value the Al Zubara Fort? (Circle appropriate number)
For this assignment you have to use the attached output:
It’s a multiple regression involving grandmothers who are the primary caregivers for their grandchildren.
ImpCESDTot = grandmother depression
Aged Age in years = grandmother age
ImpOASISTot = grandmother anxiety
SDQ Prosocial = Grandchild good behavior
Sf12HealthReport = grandmother health
For each of these variables, higher numbers mean more of the construct (higher depression, etc.)
In your write up describe what test you are using and why, also be sure to describe, test, and explain the appropriate assumptions for your test based on your reading from the text (there are 4 main ones usually)
Also, you have to follow this format
Introduction – Describe the sample, what test you will be doing, and what the test means/does.
Methods – Describe your variables (what is the scale range, meaning, etc., levels of grouping variable)
Descriptive Table/s – Descriptive from the independent and dependent variables copied from SPSS
Interpretation of descriptive tables
Restate your test and what it will be doing
Important test tables – keep it simple, do not repeat information that was presented in your descriptive tables, only include tables that you explain in the following text.
Results – description of test results – include group means for comparison if necessary, significance values
Discussion – Explain the conclusions of your test to the reader. Include a “take away” message or interpretation.
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