Statistics Taught through Fiction now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Statistics Taught through Fiction, edited by Małgorzata Mazurkiewicz and with contributions from Krzysztof Z. Górniak.
Statistics is present in our lives, whether we like it or not, as we are constantly surrounded by statistical data. Statistics takes several shapes, beginning with ordinary numbers and ending with different types of schemes, diagrams and tables, but its form, of course, doesn’t appeal to everyone, which is how the idea of this book arose, to bring the reader closer to the area of statistical issues. With the text’s plot and use of everyday language, it introduces heroes and a science-fiction world to present an easy-to-follow account of formulas, numbers and statistical symbols.
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About the Editors
Krzysztof Z. Górniak received his postdoctoral degree in human resources management from the Interregional Academy of Personnel Management, Ukraine, and studied for his PhD in law at Jagiellonian University, Poland. Academic posts he has held include Associate Professor at Warszawska Szkoła Zarządzania-Szkoła Wyższa in Warsaw, Poland, Vice-Chancellor of Nadbużańska Szkoła Wyższa in Siemiatycze, Poland, and Professor at the Department of Human Resource Management at the Human Resource Academy, Ukraine.
Małgorzata Mazurkiewicz is a lecturer and translator of English with degrees from Jagiellonian University, Wrocław University and the Warsaw School of Economics, all in Poland. She has taught specialised English language classes for the Ministry of National Defence, the regional and district court and the Implementing Authority for European Programmes, and she has worked with students at the Rzeszów University of Technology. As her interests focus on translation, she has translated for the Australian Embassy in Warsaw, and she has translated numerous articles on economic, trade and political news.