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thank you

and they could check more than one answer to each question?

Do you have an example for such a question and its answering

options?

my study concerns the behaviours and practices of teachers during the period of correction of exams,

do you want to answer with your data? And how large is the sample

size?

With kind regards

Karabiner

this is an example of a question : Do you take into consideration the presentation of your students' papers when marking them?

it's answering options are : yes / no , most of the questions have the same answering options.

i have coded these options in SPSS yes : 1 and No: 2 for each question

I want to know if there are relationships between the questions asked (the variables) and if one variable influences another variable.

each question is a research question for which I want to get as much information as possible about the relationships between these questions (variables)

the sample size is 100

thank you

yes each teacher received a number of multiple choice questions and they could check just one answer to each questions

this is an example of a question : Do you take into consideration the presentation of your students' papers when marking them?

it's answering options are : yes / no , most of the questions have the same answering options.

this is an example of a question : Do you take into consideration the presentation of your students' papers when marking them?

it's answering options are : yes / no , most of the questions have the same answering options.

the choice between yes and no. It is logically not possibe to answer "yes" AND "no" at

the same time.

I want to know if there are relationships between the questions asked (the variables) and if one variable influences another variable.

In SPSS: Analyse -> Descriprive statistics -> crosstabs. There are several additional options

in that procedure (for example, Chi² test of statistical significance; Phi coefficients for

expressing the strength of association).

You could also use the SPSS "reliability" procedure for displaying associations between the items.

With kind regards

Karabiner

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