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Categorical Data Analysis Using The SAS® System, 2nd Edition by Gary G. Koch, Charles S. Davis, Maura E. Stokes

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16.5. Correspondence Between Logistic Models and Loglinear Models

In Section 16.3.5, loglinear models were used to investigate the patterns of association in the three-way cross-classification of quality of management, supervisor’s job satisfaction, and worker’s job satisfaction for a random sample of 715 workers selected from Danish industry. The final model included main effects for MANAGMNT, SUPERVIS, and WORKER, as well as the three two-factor interactions.

Now suppose that the data displayed in Table 16.9 had instead been obtained from the four subpopulations defined by the cross-classification of quality of management and supervisor job satisfaction. In this case, you would be interested in modeling the probability of worker job satisfaction ...

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