Ceteris (non) paribus ? Combiner régression logistique et analyse des données pour étudier les arrangements pratiques des personnes handicapées ou dépendantes

Abstract : Starting from the statistical use of the INSEE survey on «Handicaps, disabilities, dependence», this article brings out the comparative contributions of two statistical methods: factorial analysis and regression. These tools should be used in combination: by separating the influences of the different variables structuring the disabled person’s recourse to help using regression analysis, and then studying how they interact using factorial analysis, it is possible to identify the diverse practical arrangements introd-uced by people facing problems in their daily life.
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Émilie Biland, Jean-Sébastien Eideliman, Séverine Gojard. Ceteris (non) paribus ? Combiner régression logistique et analyse des données pour étudier les arrangements pratiques des personnes handicapées ou dépendantes. Genèses. Sciences sociales et histoire, Belin, 2008, Savoir-faire, 4 (73), pp.37-56. ⟨hal-01241836⟩

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