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Student Master Grad 2

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Job no: 500310
Department: Marketing
Location: Oxford, OH
Work type: Student
Categories: Research, Scientific, Other

Job Title: Student Master 2 Grad
Salary/Grade:

$13.50/hr 

Duration of appointment:

Summer

Hours per Week: 

30

Job Summary:

Faculty in the marketing department seek to hire two graduate students to participate a research project. The students will build a database of social science research addressing recycling. This database will enable the faculty to employ meta-analytic techniques to summarize prior research. The ideal candidates for this project will be graduate students that are familiar with recycling research as well as common statistical inference procedures (e.g., ANOVA, regression).

Essential Duties:

Students need to have a strong understanding of inferential methods. They will need to understand differences in the use of alternative regression techniques, analyses of variance, and structural equation modeling, and other inferential techniques. They need this knowledge to make the appropriate transformations in the data to incorporate them meaningfully into the dataset. They should also have an appreciable understanding of social science theories employed to investigate consumer decision making. Much of this research derives from social psychology and consumer psychology. Nevertheless, there are researchers engaged in this research who examine recycling in ecological economics, sustainability and other disciplines.

Minimum Qualifications: Graduate students that are familiar with recycling research as well as common statistical inference procedures (e.g., ANOVA, regression).
Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word
Strategic communications and solid writing skills, timeliness and accuracy a must.
Special Instructions to Applicants:

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