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variance analysis, cluster groups, logistic and linear regression models to study the factors of the popularity of foreign languages. The effectiveness of foreign language education in Hungary Numerous researches have been carried out to find out how

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. This variable in essential to run a difference-in-differences regression. We refer to 2004–2015 period as a “treatment” one also for othEastERA Some 71% of publications occurred in 2004 or later (see Table 1 ). Although EU04 Countries joined in the

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.03* 0.30** 1 0.16** Reading achievement 0.09** 0.31** 0.18** 0.30** 0.16** 1 * P < 0.05. ** P < 0.01. Regression results in Table 3 provide coefficients for each of the variables utilized in the current analysis. Table 3. Regression coefficients for

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Windows 22.0. Exploratory factor analysis (Maximum likelihood, Varimax rotation) was used to identify factors, and linear regression analysis was used to examine factors affecting attitudes towards remote education. For each attitude segment, the effects

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the university. Finally, to explore the significant value for the impact of athletic scholarship among the IIUM footballers, regression analysis of the data was considered. Results The main results from this research have been emphasized as follow. In

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, variance analysis, factor and cluster analysis and linear regression analysis. The analysis pointed out that some of the most important goals of further education are knowledge acquisition, more accessible workplace, career advancement, followed by high

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effective CPD activities. Simple linear regression was used to test if effectiveness of past CPD activities predicted the perceived impact of the CPD activities. The results showed that an increase in the perceived effectiveness of past CPD activities

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regression and only bivariate methods can be employed. Findings First, we analyse the order of importance for motives behind the decision to pursue further studies ( Table 1 ). Table 1. Order of importance for motives behind further studies (the fraction of

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_04-05.pdf [Accessed 09 October 2019] . Schlyter , N. ( 1993 ). The weaker language in bilingual Swedish-French children . In: K. Hyltenstam , Å. Viberg (Eds.) Progression and regression in language. Sociocultural, neuropsychological and

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statistical models with large scale surveys have been discussed by Huang (2013) and Suter (2019a) . Huang shows that simple regression models of cross sectional surveys cannot correctly identify country differences in the relationships between status and OST

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