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(This outstanding book;illustrated with over 100 documente...)
This outstanding book;illustrated with over 100 documented, real-world examples of statistical misuse;makes readers aware of the problems inherent to the presentation of such data. Drawing on instances in broad range of disciplines, including government, the media, medicine, economics, demography, sociology, anthropology, science, engineering, and business, it shows general readers and statisticians alike how to think about statistical information critically.
(In this wide-ranging work, Jaffe traces the evolution of ...)
In this wide-ranging work, Jaffe traces the evolution of the Amerindians from their migration from Asia 10 to 15 thousand years ago or more to the present day and discusses anthropological, demographic, and sociological changes in Amerindians throughout the course of time.
Jaffe earned his bachelor's degree, master's degree and a doctorate in sociology from the University of Chicago, studying under William F. Ogburn.
Before joining the staff at Columbia in 1950, Jaffe was a statistician for the U.S. War Department during World War II and from 1945 to 1950 with the Bureau of the Census.
During his many years at Columbia, he also acted as a lecturer on census procedures to the United Nations, and as a consultant to Puerto Rico’s Department of Labor and the Census Office for the Republic of Panama.
(In this wide-ranging work, Jaffe traces the evolution of ...)1992
(This outstanding book;illustrated with over 100 documente...)1987
Jaffe was married. Besides his wife Betty, he is survived by two daughters, Anne Jaffe and Barbara Rios, and two grandchildren, David and Michael Rios.