Oktay, Erkan; Özer, Hüseyin; Özçomak, M. Suphi
March 2006
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2006, Vol. 10 Issue 27, p275
Academic Journal
Determination of a significant relationship between variables in question in a study is not enough in many times, it is also essential to determine the strength and direction of the relationship. To do this, appropriate relation measures should be used. The main purpose of this study is to investigate a possible relationship between graduate students' choice of services of mobile phone and a variety of factors such as demographic, social, and economic. To attain this purpose, first of all, relation measures are introduced in short and then an application is carried by using the cross-section data set obtained a questionnaire applied to the graduate students of Atatürk University.


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