## Social Science Quarterly, Volume 79, Issues 1-2Southwestern Social Science Association and the University of Texas, 1998 - Political science |

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The associations between the -0.4154 Luxembourg ( 1 ) the predicted

employment rate for the base case ( i.e. , this hypothetical woman ) ; ( 2 ) the

predicted employment rate for the base case if she is "

all else equal ...

The associations between the -0.4154 Luxembourg ( 1 ) the predicted

employment rate for the base case ( i.e. , this hypothetical woman ) ; ( 2 ) the

predicted employment rate for the base case if she is "

**given**" one child age 0-2 ,all else equal ...

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It can be shown that the value for p is

where the integral is taken between a and b . For the present discussion , it is

appropriate to interpret equation ( 4 ) as saying that the probability that w is

greater ...

It can be shown that the value for p is

**given**by P - ( 11 101 – x ) ] dx , ( 4 ) 1/2 .where the integral is taken between a and b . For the present discussion , it is

appropriate to interpret equation ( 4 ) as saying that the probability that w is

greater ...

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R2 = .42 ) , particularly

omission of institutional determinants , and ( c ) measurement error in the

dependent variable ( alpha = .6 ) . Level of political interest produces the largest

change in ...

R2 = .42 ) , particularly

**given**( a ) the relatively small sample size , ( b ) theomission of institutional determinants , and ( c ) measurement error in the

dependent variable ( alpha = .6 ) . Level of political interest produces the largest

change in ...

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### Contents

Volume 79 Number | 1 |

Response to Comments | 33 |

Public Policy and the Geography of U S Environmentalism | 55 |

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