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Old 07-25-2015, 07:39 PM
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Default Re: New Study Is Latest to Find That Higher Rates of Gun Ownership Lead to Higher Rat

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Originally Posted by Joe Shoe View Post
One part of a sentence that holds so much importance, barely mentioned ....
"After controlling for a variety of demographic, socioeconomic, and geographic factors ...."
That's a major deal--and of course, nothing given on how they went about that process.
You're trying to make an argument out of your ignorance.
Ensuring such factors are held constant for evaluation of the correlation is a standard technique necessary to ensure that you're measuring JUST A vs X and not A, B, C and D vs X.


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And the link to the study only goes to an abstract, NOT the study itself. Sorry, just not enough detail ABOUT the study and how it was conducted here to make any objective judgments re. the study.

The link to the study does NOT only go to an abstract.
People who log in can access the study itself.
It says so right there. But Joe is lying about that...
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