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International Handbook of Survey Methodology

Catalog Record Details

Category:
Book

Title:
International Handbook of Survey Methodology

Editor:
Edith D. de Leeuw
Joop J. Hox
Don A. Dillman

Publisher:
New York: Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis

Publication Year:
2008

Subject:
Surveys -- Methodology.
Social sciences -- Statistics -- Methodology.
Social sciences -- Research -- Methodology.

Call Number:
HA 31.2 .I565 2008

Chapters:
  • The cornerstones of survey research. Joop J. Hox Edith D. de Leeuw Don A. Dillman. pp1-17.
  • The psychology of asking questions. Norbert Schwarz Barbel Knauper Daphna Oyserman Christine Stich. pp18-34.
  • The problem of nonresponse. Peter Lynn. pp35-55.
  • Comparative survey research: goal and challenges. Janet A. Harkness. pp56-77.
  • Ethical issues in surveys. Eleanor Singer. pp78-96.
  • Choosing the method of data collection. Edith D. de Leeuw. pp113-135.
  • Writing effective questions. Floyd J. Fowler, Jr. Carol Cosenza. pp136-160.
  • The logic and psychology of constructing questionnaires. Don A. Dillman. pp161-175.
  • Testing survey questions. Pamela Campanelli. pp176-200.
  • Face-to-face interviews. Geert Loosveldt. pp201-220.
  • Telephone surveys. Charlotte Steeh. pp221-238.
  • Self-administered questionnaires: mail surveys and other applications. Edith D. de Leeuw Joop J. Hox. pp239-263.
  • Internet surveys. Katja Lozar Manfreda Vasja Vehovar. pp264-284.
  • IVR: Interactive Voice Response. Darby Miller Steiger Beverly Conroy. pp285-298.
  • Mixed mode surveys: When and why. Edith D. de Leeuw Don A Dillman Joop J. Hox. pp299-316.
  • Weighting survey data. Paul P. Beimer Sharon L. Christ. pp317-341.
  • Analysis of data from complex surveys. Laura M. Stapleton. pp342-369.
  • Incomplete data: diagnosis, imputation, and estimation. Susanna Rassler Donald B. Rubin Nathaniel Schenker. pp370-386.
  • Accommodating measurement errors. Joop J. Hox. pp387-402.
  • Survey documentation: towards professional knowledge management in sample surveys. Peter Mohler Beth-Ellen Pennell Frost Hubbard. pp403-420.
  • Quality assurance and quality control in surveys. Lars E. Lyberg Paul P. Beimer. pp421-441.
  • Interviewer training. Judith T. Lessler Joe Eyerman Kevin Wang. pp442-460.
  • Surveying sensitive topics. Gerty Lensvelt-Mulders. pp461-478.
  • Panel surveys. Dirk Sikkel Adriaan Hoogendoorn. pp479-499.
  • Surveys without questions. Jelke Bethlehem. pp500-511.

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