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Techniques of Survey Research

Economics 530

3 credit hours, offered annually

Techniques of sample interview surveys developed through lecture, research literature, discussion, and experience in design, including sampling considerations; questionnaire construction and interviewing; coding; processing, including adaptation to machine methods; and application, presentation, and evaluation of results. Emphasis on health surveys. A research project is developed as part of the course.

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