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The homework 2 is based on identifying beliefs and culture immigrants among men and women. Question of this homework is to identify whether culture immigrants believe among men is higher than women are. Immigrants indicate specific beliefs, attitudes and behaviours of people regarding their culture (Riegert and Hovden, 2019).
Above figure indicates that in the context of immigrants of different races the mean value is 2.13, which indicates that on average participants of this survey indicate that some people are allowed to come, live, and maintain immigrants. Standard deviation is 0.882, which indicates that 68% of participants believed that regarding immigrants as majority belong 2.13 ±0.882. Median value is 2.00, which indicates that 50% of participants respondents are towards the maximum number of people allowed to live in this country and 50% of participants believe is towards the few people allowed to come. Mode value is 2, which indicates that maximum number of participants believes that some people should be allowed to live in this country regardless of their race and ethnic background. Kurtosis value is -4.5, which is less than 3. In above test, if the kurtosis value failed to cross the value of 3, it consider distribution of platykurtic (McCarthy et al. 2019). Therefore, the dataset is a platykurtic distribution. By focusing on gender aspect, value of mean is 1.53. This mean value states that on average survey members of the research gender is male. Value of standard deviation is 0.499, which shows that around participants' around 68% gender belongs to 1.53±0.499.
Table 1: Respondents on immigrant's culture
In terms of immigrants makes a country a better or worse place to live. The maximum number of female participants stated that immigrants make a country a better place to live, while the maximum number of male participants stated that immigrants make a country the worst place to live. By focusing on the above tableau and respondents of male and female, it has been identified that female participants' beliefs on immigrant culture compared to men.
This homework is going to focus on employees of France and Brittan to identify their feelings regarding their control over their organized work. Question of this homework is how do workers feel in France and Brittan regarding their control over their work?
Figure 8: Respondents of participants regarding their work control
Above figure indicates that 13.21% of employees believed that they have no influence regarding their work, whoever, 22.90% of participants believed that they have complete control over their work., therefore, by focusing on above discussion, it has been identified that maximum number of employees believes that they have complete control over their work.
Figure 9: Confidence interval at 99%
Above figure indicates that lower bound confidence interval is 6.16 and upper bound confidence interval is 6.24. Here, it can be stated that at 99% of confidence interval employees felling regarding their control over their work is belong within 6.16 to 6.24.
Figure 10: 95% confidence interval
Above figure indicates that lower bound confidence interval is 6.17 and upper bound confidence interval is 6.23. Here, it can be stated that at 99% of confidence interval employees feeling regarding their control over their work belong within 6.17 to 6.23.
Null Hypothesis (H0): Employees in France and Britain feels that they have no control over their work (p<0.05)
Alternative Hypothesis (H1): Employees in France and Britain feels that they have complete control over their work (p>0.05)
Figure 11: t-test
In an independent sample test, the dependent variable is the feeling of workers regarding their work and the grouping variable is the country where this test has been chosen, France and Britain. The p-value form the t-test table depicts that 0.215. In context of t-test when p-value cannot achieve level of significance (0.05), it chooses a null hypothesis (Priyastama, 2020). In this test, p-value cannot cross the 0.05 level. Therefore, this test indicates that employees in France and Britain feel that they have no control over their work.
McCarthy, R.V., McCarthy, M.M., Ceccucci, W. and Halawi, L., 2019. What do descriptive statistics tell us. In Applying Predictive Analytics (pp. 57-87). Springer, Cham.
Priyastama, R., 2020. The Book of SPSS: Pengolahan & Analisis Data. Anak Hebat Indonesia.
Riegert, K. and Hovden, J.F., 2019. Identity, empathy and argument: Immigrants in culture and entertainment journalism in the Scandinavian press. Javnost-The Public, 26(2), pp.158-176.
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