Bivaute Test: What Is The Central Independent Variable?
The data does not differentiate between types of group, nor does it really offer a clear indication of what a group is. Thus, what a group is may differ from person to person. In addition, the self-report nature of the variable can be a cause for concern.
Bivariate Test Since the dependent variable in this test is continuous and the independent variable is ordinal, the most appropriate bivariate test is an ANOVA test. For this test, the number of organizations that a group belonged to was lowered to a maximum of four, simply because there were so few responses of five or above. The results of the test are presented in Table 1
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However it should be noted that the variable for internal efficacy is skewed heavily to the lower end, and additional categories had sample sizes that were quite small. Thus far, there does not seem to be any statistical support for either hypotheses.