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Descriptive Statistical Analysis and Chi-Square This Case Assignment has two parts. The first part requires that you provide a descriptive analysis of the population sampled for the Ugandan database. The second part requires that you use Chi-Square to test for independence in the selection of new hires for an organization. develop a text-based description of a database; and, that you identify questions about the population that you want to answer through descriptive statistics. Your written description of the sample population in the database is designed to help you place the your case in the proper context for other case assignments in this course. You will also be required to write an objective for your descriptive analysis of the database. The first part also requires that you prepare the necessary descriptive statistics, frequency tables, and graphs with SPSS to support and answer your questions about the population described in Part A. (This part may be submitted as late a Module 3 since SPSS is required and some students may encounter delays in receiving it for this course.) You have been emailed two SPSS databases. The Ugandan Database is required for this Module and for all five case assignments for this course. It is named Ugandan-SPSS-Data.sav and is a database of the results of a survey of 1476 Ugandan women concerning HIV/AIDS. (Please note that this and any other SPSS database can only be opened in SPSS. If SPSS is installed on your computer just double click on the link to the database and it will spawn SPSS to open.) The second SPSS database is named Hired-Not Hired. This database is used to answer the Chi-Square based questions for this Module in Part B. Part A For you to understand the Ugandan database and describe it in the proper context you must first study the demographics of Uganda. There are several very fundamental reasons why this is necessary. The primary reason is that you need to know how representative the population surveyed is of the Ugandan population. Think carefully about this question before you answer it. (At this time you should research the demographics of Uganda through the Web. Use Google or any other search engine to search for Ugandan Demographics.) Discussion Questions & Exercise For this case you must review the variables identified for each database and identify the variables which can be used to best describe the study population. Write two questions concerning each database that you believe may be key to characterizing the subject population. The variables for each database are as follows: Ugandan-SPSS-Data.sav (Please note that a nominal variable is also considered as a categorical variable. If a nominal variable has only two levels itis considered to be a dichtomous variable.) Variable (Type) Label percept Nominal Perception of Chances of getting AIDS agegrp Ordinal Age 5-year groups region Nominal Region residenc Nominal Type of place of residence marital Nominal Current marital status religion Nominal Religion marage Scaled Age at first marriage condomus Nominal Ever use of condom regpart Nominal Have a regular sex partner other than spouse watches Nominal Watches TV every week listens Nominal Listens to radio every week avoidway Nominal Ways to avoid AIDS sexage Scaled Age at first sexual intercourse Please note that all assignments and the reporting of statistical results MUST be in APA 6th Ed. Format. Case Assignment Questions: Part A — Descriptive Analysis 1. Based on the information provided in the tables above, briefly describe the study population from which the Ugandan database was sampled. Identify the key variables in the database which best describe the characteristics of Ugandan women. Please identify the area of research in health sciences/public health for which the data contained in the databases may be the most useful. 2. State an objective that you may use for conducting a descriptive study based on the Ugandan database. (When one

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