As a general rule for such large samples, if the difference between the expected value and the observed number is greater than two or three standard deviations, then the hypothesis that the jury drawing was random would be suspect to a social scientist. Legislative Branch Appropriations for 1993: Fiscal year 1993 legislative ... - Seite 819von United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Legislative Appropriations, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Legislative - 1992Vollansicht - Über dieses Buch
| Kaye - 1986 - 232 Seiten
...hypothesis testing at the 0.05 level. In a footnote the Court seemed to rely on the "general rule" that "if **the difference between the expected value and the...is greater than two or three standard deviations,** the hypothesis that the jury drawing was random would be suspect to a social scientist." As a result... | |
| United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary - 1989
...regrettably imprecise. The Supreme Court has twice stated that "OJs a general rule for ... large samples, if **the difference between the expected value and the...three standard deviations, then the hypothesis that** [the disparity] was random would be suspect to a social scientist" Castañeda v. Partida, 430 US 482,... | |
| Lawrence Solotoff, Henry S. Kramer - 2020 - 1636 Seiten
...discrimination.30 The United States Supreme Court noted that as a general rule for large samples, if **the difference between the expected value and the...three standard deviations, then the hypothesis that** it is random would be suspect.31 General assertions of good faith or of hiring only the best applicants... | |
| Hans Zeisel, David Kaye - 1997 - 353 Seiten
...this case the standard deviation is approximately 12. As a general rule for such large samples, if **the difference between the expected value and the...three standard deviations, then the hypothesis that** the jury drawing was random would be suspect to a social scientist. The 11-year data here reflect a... | |
| Bernard Grofman - 2000 - 320 Seiten
...the Castenada precedent to the hiring context, the Supreme Court wrote of minority group hires, "'if **the difference between the expected value and the...three standard deviations,' then the hypothesis that** teachers were hired without regard to race would be suspect."4 This language attaches a conclusion... | |
| Henry H. Perritt (Jr.) - 2001 - 887 Seiten
...v. Partida, 430 US 482 (1977). 137 Id. at 494 n.13 (explaining rule of exclusion). large samples, if **the difference between the expected value and the...three standard deviations, then the hypothesis that** the jury drawing was random would be suspect to a social scientist.138 Some background in statistical... | |
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