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METHODS IN SOCIALSCIENSE
TABLE OF CONTENTS(1) Institutional trust and gender......................................................................................................3(2) Political party choice and dependent variable..........................................................................10(3) Overall happiness and independent variables..........................................................................123(a).............................................................................................................................................123(b).............................................................................................................................................13APPENDIX....................................................................................................................................15
(1) Institutional trust and genderRelationship between legal system (institution) and genderGender * Trust in legal system 1 CrosstabulationCountTrust in legal system 1Total01234GenderMale1312461512516893Female1414261410523898Total272661229230391791
Relationship between parliament system (institution) and genderGender * trust in parliament CrosstabulationCounttrust in parliamentTotal.001.002.003.004.00GenderMale2214658612217893Female2116858311214898Total433141169234311791
Relationship between police system (institution) and genderGender * Trust in police CrosstabulationCountTrust in policeTotal.001.002.003.004.00GenderMale9996211631893Female6936261703898Total15192124733341791
Interpretation(See appendix 1a,1b and 1c)From the above table it can be seen that three variables areanalyzed which are trust in police, parliament and legal system. Value of Chi square for trust inlegal system is 0.375>0.05 which means that there is no significant relationship between thevariables. In case of trust of( parliament chi square value is 0.685>0.05 and it is clear that there islack of significant relationship between the variables. Apart from this, other variable that is takenin to consideration is trust on police. The level of significance is 0.747 which is greater than0.05. On this basis it can be said that in terms of age there is no significant relationship amongthe variables which are trust on police, parliament and legal system. In other words it can be saidthat gender is not a factor that play any role in forming a trust among the people about the police,parliament and legal system.Relationship on the basis of regression between parliament system (institution) and genderCoefficientsaModelUnstandardized CoefficientsStandardizedCoefficientstSig.BStd. ErrorBeta1(Constant)2.002.05139.127.000Gender-.040.032-.029-1.233.218a. Dependent Variable: trust in parliamentCharts
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