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Quantitative Survey analysis
Students are to choose two States or Territories and analyse the data accordingly:The written component of this assessment must be a maximum of 1200 words.
Introduction (15% of marks) - A brief introduction to what this project is about and a general description of what the data is about. In our desciption of the data, you need to provide a description of the types of data being collected and why they are the appropriate types.
Data Analysis (25 % of marks).
Using the information provided for Question 1 to 12, give a detail description of your sampled profile. It is not necessary for you to cover all the questions, but a interesting profile of the students. For example, you may be interested to know what the gender breakdown is within each year level; what is the average height of the students within each level, what is thier favorite activity during the week; what proportion of the students work, etc. Provide both numerical and graphic summaries of your findings.
Environmental Isssues (25%)
Questions 13 and 14 relate to a student's responses to various envionnmental issues. Q13 looks at a student's response to whetehr they do or do not adopt a certain conservatory action. Q14 examines how a student will rate an environmental issue, "0" meaning unimportant and a "10" being very important. (see the lightly shaded area in blue for more details). Analye the data to to dertermine the sample students attitude to environmental issues. Use graphical tools to summarise your findings and write a short summary of your findings. (hint: You might want to look at the gender split for each category and examine the differences in attitudes between the gender)
Previous Australian Bureau of Statisitcs (ABS) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) surveys have shown that young people are more likely to be concerned about the environment, and this concern is particuarly so amongst the female students. In the analysis of your sampled students, do you think this is true?
Analysis of relationships (15%)
Is there a relationship between the number of hours spent engaged in paid work per week and the amount of money received per week? Estimate a model to analyse this relationship and interpret your model.
Summary/Discussion and Conclusion (20%)
Provide a short summary of the MAIN results from your overall analysis. Do you think the data provided here give a good perspective of student's attitudes towards environmental issues? If not, what suggestions would you recommend?