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Assessment 4 - Statistics for Social Research

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Researchers had access to data collected from the 2017 Gold Coast community Survey, which was a self-administered mail survey designed to examine residents’ fear of crime and to identify explanatory factors. Each factor had an n = 300. Under Demographic Characteristics, the variables with the highest percentage of fear of crime were respondents aged 65 + (58.3%), Males (56.7%), respondents earning 50K and above/year (54.7%), and those who completed Year 11 or 12 or equivalent (57.0%). Also, under Sources of News and Information about Crime on the Gold Coast, the variable with the highest percentage of fear of crime was television (63.3%). Finally, in Community Characteristics; under the variable Social Cohesion the category, moderate had the highest percentage of fear of crime (51.0%) and under the variable Collective Efficacy the category, moderate had the highest percentage of fear of crime (49.3%). Other data of the Chi-squared test for fear of crime and explanatory variables are set out in Tables 1, 2 and 3.

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