SAGE's Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences (QASS) series has served countless students, instructors, and researchers in learning cutting-edge quantitative techniques. These brief volumes address advanced quantitative topics including Regression, Models, Data Analysis, Structural Equation Modeling, Experimental Design, Factor Analysis, Measurement, ANOVA, Survey Data, and more.
Each text is inexpensively priced at $22.00. We are pleased to offer all of our QASS titles and bundle options listed below at special prices when you contact Customer Service directly.
The 2016 Complete Set of QASS titles (Volumes 1-175) is now available for purchase at $2,503.00 (35% off) of the list price.
Complete your set with the newest QASS title Understanding Regression Analysis: An Introductory Guide, Second Edition (Volume 57) now available for $22.00.
To order individual titles at regular prices, please visit sagepub.com. Special pricing on individual titles as well as the bundles above is available only by contacting Customer Service directly at 1-800-818-SAGE (7243). Mention code QASS2017 to receive the discount.
*Please note that the Complete Set bundle is updated annually.
We are actively looking to expand this series. If you have an idea for a volume on a topic that you feel is missing from the series, please submit a brief outline to Helen Salmon, Acquisitions Editor and Barbara Entwisle. For advice on putting together a prospectus for a new volume, please download our proposal guidelines. Authors can deliver manuscripts in either Microsoft Word or LaTeX. A template and style guidelines for LaTeX are available for download.
Series Editor: Barbara Entwisle, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Barbara Entwisle is Kenan Distinguished Professor of Sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her work is published in journals such as the American Sociological Review, American Journal of Sociology, Demography, Annals of the American Association of Geographers, American Journal of Epidemiology, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Entwisle has taught research methods at the graduate and undergraduate levels for most of her career, and is teaching those courses again now that she has returned to the faculty after a six-year stint as Vice Chancellor for Research at the University of North Carolina. Her editing experience includes co-editing Demography and serving on the editorial boards of over a half dozen other journals.
Note from Barbara Entwisle:
"I am honored to serve as Series Editor for SAGE’s Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences and to follow in the footsteps of the many distinguished editors before me. I am particularly privileged to serve as the Series celebrates its 40th anniversary. In my view, the 'little green books' serve two very valuable purposes. First, social science faculty use the more introductory volumes as supplements in their graduate and advanced undergraduate courses. Second, advanced graduate students, postdocs, and faculty use the more advanced volumes as routes into the technical literature. Thus far, SAGE has published 175 QASS volumes on a wide range of topics of interest to social science researchers at all levels, with well over a million copies sold. While Series Editor, I will work with authors to revise and update the more central of these, especially if the original volumes were published some time ago, but mainly I would like to recruit 'little green books' on new topics, including quantitatively oriented data collection. I welcome your inquiries. I also welcome your comments and suggestions about how to make the QASS Series even better."