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AbstractPointing out difficulties with a substantive interpretation of empirical data when using only traditional methods of data analysis such as crosstabulation of two or at most three variables, two recently suggested models - HARDER's DO and GOODMAN's ECTA - are briefly outlined. These two are combined in a new approach that has been developped by the author while analyzing data from two empirical studies. Some practical advice is included to help the average researcher with implementingdoi:10.1515/zfsoz-1976-0303 fatcat:kz4k747mmbcmrlulrv3vhj6amm