This new edition is still intended for students, teachers, or researchers with an interest in conducting or understanding multilevel analysis. The book is definitely an excellent reference book for researchers working in social sciences, education, environmental sciences, and economic, biological, medical, and health disciplines.
'Overall, Snijders and Bosker provide an accessible and readable text on the subject of multilevel analysis. It is as much tailored to the needs of advanced quantitative researchers, as to relative beginners in the field. As a reader with limited experience in quantitative research, but an interest in advancing my knowledge and understanding of multilevel analysis, I found this text an ideal introduction to the area' - Emma SmithMethodspace Book Reviews Club
I found the book useful for researchers who want to know more about multi level statistics.
This is one the most comprehensive books about multilevel analysis. It's like a "must have" book for those who want to have a deep understanding of different aspects of multilevel analysis.
Good book on multilevel modeling
A must for scholars engaged in multilevel research. High on analytical treatment.
The content of the textbook is great. However, the text is very difficult to follow when students do not have a very strong background on statistics.
This is a thorough and approachable treatment of the topic, and the associated web resources are great.
Very specialiced book. Only recommended for details.
This is the book!, however, the technical level is not appropriate to be adopted as a course material in my particular module.
Solid introduction even for newcomers to multilevel modeling.
A step by step introduction to multilevel analysis. A must have for studentents or researcher with an interesest in multilevel analyses
This book provides a helpful and comprehensive introduction to the use of multi-level modelling.
too technical language; should cater more for the needs of the "average" scientist and practitioner; definitely not recommended for newcomers to the subject
This is a comprehensive textbook on multilevel analysis, with clear and basic background information on this particular statistical technique.
This is a nice introductory book for multilevel analysis. It is writing in a very easy way to understand the principle of the multilevel research. The book covers the main analysis that student could need in for example a final posgrade dissertation or even at a level of PhD dissertation.
This is a very advanced book. It is fondly theoretical, perfect for explaining the complex concept of multilevel analysis.
Terrific book! Updated to provide current methods for multilevel models.
This is a very useful book in multilevel modelling. Even though our focus on Advanced Survey Methods is not multilevel, there is a particular chapter that helps the students see the connection between model and design- based approaches in advanced survey design, with emphasis on the role of weighting. Therefore, we introduced the book as an essential reading for this course.
Very good, moderately technical introduction to multilevel modeling. Should be consulted by everyone using this technique in her own research.