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The Sage handbook of survey methodology / edited by Christof Wolf ... [et al.]
The Sage handbook of survey methodology / edited by Christof Wolf ... [et al.]
Descrizione fisica xxiii, 716 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Disciplina 001.433
Soggetto non controllato Scienze sociali
ISBN 144628266X
9781446282663
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Record Nr. UNINA-9910150060203321
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Envisioning the survey interview of the future [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Frederick G. Conrad, Michael F. Schober
Envisioning the survey interview of the future [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Frederick G. Conrad, Michael F. Schober
Pubbl/distr/stampa Hoboken, N.J., : Wiley-Interscience, c2008
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (315 p.)
Disciplina 001.433
303.48/330723
Altri autori (Persone) ConradFrederick G <1955-> (Frederick George)
SchoberMichael F. <1964->
Collana Wiley series in survey methodology
Soggetto topico Social surveys - Technological innovations
Social surveys - Data processing
Questionnaires
Interviewing
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-281-13475-9
9786611134754
0-470-18337-3
0-470-18336-5
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Survey interviews and new communication technologies / Michael F. Schober and Frederick G. Conrad -- The contemporary standardized survey interview for social research / Nora Cate Schaeffer and Douglas W. Maynard -- Technology and the survey interview/questionnaire / Mick P. Couper -- Mobile web surveys : a preliminary discussion of methodological implications / Marek Fuchs -- Video-mediated interactions and surveys / Anne H. Anderson -- The speech IVR as a survey interviewing methodology / Jonathan Bloom -- Automating the survey interview with dynamic multimodal interfaces / Michael Johnston -- Is it self-administration if the computer gives you encouraging looks? / Justine Cassell and Peter Miller -- Disclosure and deception in tomorrow's survey interview : the role of information technology / Jeffrey T. Hancock -- Toward socially intelligent interviewing systems / Natalie K. Person, Sidney D'Mello, and Andrew Olney -- Culture, computer-mediated communication, and survey interviewing / Susan R. Fussell ... [et al.] -- Protecting subject data privacy in Internet-based HIV/STI prevention survey research / Joseph A. Konstan ... [et al.] -- Surveys and surveillance / Gary T. Marx -- Survey interviews with new communication technologies : synthesis and future opportunities / Arthur C. Graesser, Moongee Jeon, and Bethany McDaniel.
Record Nr. UNINA-9910144713503321
Hoboken, N.J., : Wiley-Interscience, c2008
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Estimation in surveys with nonresponse [[electronic resource] /] / Carl-Erik Särndal, Sixten Lundström
Estimation in surveys with nonresponse [[electronic resource] /] / Carl-Erik Särndal, Sixten Lundström
Autore Särndal Carl-Erik <1937->
Pubbl/distr/stampa Hoboken, NJ, : Wiley, c2005
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (214 p.)
Disciplina 001.433
519.5/44
519.544
Altri autori (Persone) LundströmSixten
Collana Wiley Series in Survey Methodology
Soggetto topico Estimation theory
Sampling (Statistics)
Nonresponse (Statistics)
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-280-27623-1
9786610276233
0-470-01135-1
0-470-01134-3
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Estimation in Surveys with Nonresponse; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 The Survey and Its Imperfections; 2.1 The survey objective; 2.2 Sources of error in a survey; Chapter 3 General Principles to Assist Estimation; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 The importance of auxiliary information; 3.3 Desirable features of an auxiliary vector; Chapter 4 The Use of Auxiliary Information under Ideal Conditions; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 The Horvitz-Thompson estimator; 4.3 The generalized regression estimator; 4.4 Variance and variance estimation
4.5 Examples of the generalized regression estimatorChapter 5 Introduction to Estimation in the Presence of Nonresponse; 5.1 General background; 5.2 Errors caused by sampling and nonresponse; Appendix: Variance and mean squared error under nonresponse; Chapter 6 Weighting of Data in the Presence of Nonresponse; 6.1 Traditional approaches to weighting; 6.2 Auxiliary vectors and auxiliary information; 6.3 The calibration approach: some terminology; 6.4 Point estimation under the calibration approach; 6.5 Calibration estimators for domains; 6.6 Comments on the calibration approach
6.7 Alternative sets of calibrated weights6.8 Properties of the calibrated weights; Chapter 7 Examples of Calibration Estimators; 7.1 Examples of familiar estimators for data with nonresponse; 7.2 The simplest auxiliary vector; 7.3 One-way classi.cation; 7.4 A single quantitative auxiliary variable; 7.5 One-way classi.cation combined with a quantitative variable; 7.6 Two-way classi.cation; 7.7 A Monte Carlo simulation study; Chapter 8 The Combined Use of Sample Information and Population Information; 8.1 Options for the combined use of information
8.2 An example of calibration with information at both levels8.3 A Monte Carlo simulation study of alternative calibration procedures; 8.4 Two-step procedures in practice; Chapter 9 Analysing the Bias due to Nonresponse; 9.1 Simple estimators and their nonresponse bias; 9.2 Finding an ef.cient grouping; 9.3 Further illustrations of the nonresponse; 9.4 A general expression for the bias of the calibration estimator; 9.5 Conditions for near-unbiasedness; 9.6 A review of concepts, terms and ideas; Appendix: Proof of Proposition 9.1; Chapter 10 Selecting the Most Relevant Auxiliary Information
10.1 Discussion10.2 Guidelines for the construction of an auxiliary vector; 10.3 The prospects for near-zero bias with traditional estimators; 10.4 Further avenues towards a zero bias; 10.5 A further tool for reducing the bias; 10.6 The search for a powerful auxiliary vector; 10.7 Empirical illustrations of the indicators; 10.8 Literature review; Chapter 11 Variance and Variance Estimation; 11.1 Variance estimation for the calibration estimator; 11.2 An estimator for ideal conditions; 11.3 A useful relationship; 11.4 Variance estimation for the two-step A and two-step B procedures
11.5 A simulation study of the variance estimation technique
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Särndal Carl-Erik <1937->  
Hoboken, NJ, : Wiley, c2005
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The focus group guide book [[electronic resource]. /] / David L. Morgan
The focus group guide book [[electronic resource]. /] / David L. Morgan
Autore Morgan David L (Sociologist)
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : SAGE, c1998
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (120 p.)
Disciplina 001.433
302.3
Collana Focus group kit
Soggetto topico Focus groups
Social sciences - Methodology
Social sciences - Research
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-5063-2070-8
1-4833-2816-3
1-4522-5015-4
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction to the Focus Group Kit; Chapter 1 - About This Book; An Introduction to Focus Groups; First Encounters with Focus Groups; Chapter 2 - Why Should You Use Focus Groups?; Listening and Learning; Strengths of Qualitative Data; Projects that Use Focus Groups; Problem Identification; Planning; Implementation; Assessment; Chapter 3 - Focus Groups in Use: Six Case Studies; Case 1: Designing a First Effort at Quality Improvement; Case 2: Evaluating a Training Center; Case 3: Assessing Community Needs; Case 4: Creating an Educational Booklet
Case 5: Generating Items for a Survey QuestionnaireCase 6: Anticipating Responses to a Major Change; Chapter 4 - What Focus Groups are (and Are Not); Focus Groups are a Research Method; Focus Groups are Focused; Focus Groups Use Group Discussions; A Few Things That are Not Focus Groups; Chapter 5 - A Capsule History of Focus Groups; Social Science Origins; The Move to Marketing; A Widespread Research Method; The Future of Focus Groups; Chapter 6 - Some Myths about Focus Groups; Focus Groups are Low-Cost and Quick; Focus Groups Require Professional Moderators
Focus Groups Require Special FacilitiesFocus Groups Must Consist of Strangers; Focus Groups Will Not Work for Sensitive Topics; Focus Groups Produce Conformity; Focus Groups must be Validated by Other Methods; Focus Groups Tell You How People Will Behave; Some Beliefs that should be Encouraged; Chapter 7 - What do You Get from Focus Groups?; Reasonable Expectations; Appropriate Uses for Focus Groups; Consider Focus Groups When There is a Gap between People; Consider Focus Groups When Investigating Complex Behaviors and Motivations; Consider Focus Groups When You Want to Understand Diversity
Consider Focus Groups When You Need a Friendly, Respectful Research MethodInappropriate Uses for Focus Groups; Avoid Focus Groups When They Imply Commitments You Cannot Keep; Avoid Focus Groups If the Participants are Not Comfortable with Each Other; Avoid Focus Groups When the Topic is not Appropriate for the Participants; Avoid Focus Groups When a Project Requires Statistical Data; Chapter 8 - Resources Required to do Focus Groups; Planning; Recruiting; Moderating; Analyzing and Reporting; Other Costs; Chapter 9 - It's All about Relationships: Working Together; Sponsors
Relationships between Sponsors and ResearchersThe Relationship between the Sponsor and the Participants; Researchers; Participants; Chapter 10 - Ethical Issues; Are Participants ""At Risk?""; Privacy: Basic Issues; Privacy: The Sponsor's Relationship to the Participants; Privacy: What the Participants Learn about Each Other; Dealing with Stressful Topics; Setting Boundaries; Protecting the Sponsor's Privacy; Chapter 11 - Checklist: Are Focus Groups Right for You?; References; Index to the Focus Group Kit; About the Author
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Morgan David L (Sociologist)  
London, : SAGE, c1998
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The focus group guide book [[electronic resource]. /] / David L. Morgan
The focus group guide book [[electronic resource]. /] / David L. Morgan
Autore Morgan David L (Sociologist)
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : SAGE, c1998
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (xiv, 103 p.) : 1 port
Disciplina 001.433
Collana Focus group kit
Soggetto topico Focus groups
ISBN 1-5063-2070-8
1-4833-2816-3
1-4522-5015-4
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction to the Focus Group Kit; Chapter 1 - About This Book; An Introduction to Focus Groups; First Encounters with Focus Groups; Chapter 2 - Why Should You Use Focus Groups?; Listening and Learning; Strengths of Qualitative Data; Projects that Use Focus Groups; Problem Identification; Planning; Implementation; Assessment; Chapter 3 - Focus Groups in Use: Six Case Studies; Case 1: Designing a First Effort at Quality Improvement; Case 2: Evaluating a Training Center; Case 3: Assessing Community Needs; Case 4: Creating an Educational Booklet
Case 5: Generating Items for a Survey QuestionnaireCase 6: Anticipating Responses to a Major Change; Chapter 4 - What Focus Groups are (and Are Not); Focus Groups are a Research Method; Focus Groups are Focused; Focus Groups Use Group Discussions; A Few Things That are Not Focus Groups; Chapter 5 - A Capsule History of Focus Groups; Social Science Origins; The Move to Marketing; A Widespread Research Method; The Future of Focus Groups; Chapter 6 - Some Myths about Focus Groups; Focus Groups are Low-Cost and Quick; Focus Groups Require Professional Moderators
Focus Groups Require Special FacilitiesFocus Groups Must Consist of Strangers; Focus Groups Will Not Work for Sensitive Topics; Focus Groups Produce Conformity; Focus Groups must be Validated by Other Methods; Focus Groups Tell You How People Will Behave; Some Beliefs that should be Encouraged; Chapter 7 - What do You Get from Focus Groups?; Reasonable Expectations; Appropriate Uses for Focus Groups; Consider Focus Groups When There is a Gap between People; Consider Focus Groups When Investigating Complex Behaviors and Motivations; Consider Focus Groups When You Want to Understand Diversity
Consider Focus Groups When You Need a Friendly, Respectful Research MethodInappropriate Uses for Focus Groups; Avoid Focus Groups When They Imply Commitments You Cannot Keep; Avoid Focus Groups If the Participants are Not Comfortable with Each Other; Avoid Focus Groups When the Topic is not Appropriate for the Participants; Avoid Focus Groups When a Project Requires Statistical Data; Chapter 8 - Resources Required to do Focus Groups; Planning; Recruiting; Moderating; Analyzing and Reporting; Other Costs; Chapter 9 - It's All about Relationships: Working Together; Sponsors
Relationships between Sponsors and ResearchersThe Relationship between the Sponsor and the Participants; Researchers; Participants; Chapter 10 - Ethical Issues; Are Participants ""At Risk?""; Privacy: Basic Issues; Privacy: The Sponsor's Relationship to the Participants; Privacy: What the Participants Learn about Each Other; Dealing with Stressful Topics; Setting Boundaries; Protecting the Sponsor's Privacy; Chapter 11 - Checklist: Are Focus Groups Right for You?; References; Index to the Focus Group Kit; About the Author
Record Nr. UNINA-9910539237703321
Morgan David L (Sociologist)  
London, : SAGE, c1998
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Guide de recherches documentaires en demographie / par C. Legeard ; preface d'Alfred Sauvy
Guide de recherches documentaires en demographie / par C. Legeard ; preface d'Alfred Sauvy
Autore Legeard, Claude
Pubbl/distr/stampa Paris : Gauthier-Villars, 1966
Descrizione fisica XIII, 321 p. 1 tav. ripieg. ; 22 cm
Disciplina 001.433
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione ita
Record Nr. UNINA-990004354180403321
Legeard, Claude  
Paris : Gauthier-Villars, 1966
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Handbook of nonresponse in household surveys [[electronic resource] /] / Jelke Bethlehem, Fannie Cobben, Barry Schouten
Handbook of nonresponse in household surveys [[electronic resource] /] / Jelke Bethlehem, Fannie Cobben, Barry Schouten
Autore Bethlehem Jelke G
Pubbl/distr/stampa Hoboken, N.J., : John Wiley & Sons, c2011
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (492 p.)
Disciplina 001.4/33
001.433
Altri autori (Persone) CobbenFannie <1979->
SchoutenBarry <1971->
Collana Wiley Handbooks in Survey Methodology
Soggetto topico Household surveys - Response rate
Nonresponse (Statistics)
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-118-10222-3
1-283-02521-3
9786613025210
0-470-89105-X
0-470-89104-1
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto HANDBOOK OF NONRESPONSE IN HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS; Contents; Preface; 1 The Nonresponse Problem; 2 Basic Theoretical Concepts; 3 Reducing Nonresponse; 4 Nonresponse and the Mode of Data Collection; 5 Analysis of Nonresponse; 6 An International Comparison of Nonresponse; 7 Nonresponse and Representativity; 8 Weighting Adjustment Techniques; 9 Selection of Auxiliary Variables; 10 Re-approaching Nonrespondents; 11 The Use of Response Propensities; 12 Analysis and Adjustment Accounting for the Cause of Nonresponse; 13 Adaptive Survey Designs; 14 Item Nonresponse; 15 Miscellaneous Topics; Index
Record Nr. UNINA-9910139209803321
Bethlehem Jelke G  
Hoboken, N.J., : John Wiley & Sons, c2011
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Handbook of web surveys / / Jelke Bethlehem, Silvia Biffignandi
Handbook of web surveys / / Jelke Bethlehem, Silvia Biffignandi
Autore Bethlehem Jelke G.
Edizione [Second Edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Hoboken, New Jersey : , : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, , [2021]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource
Disciplina 001.433
Collana Wiley Handbooks in Survey Methodology Ser.
Soggetto topico Internet surveys
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-119-76449-1
1-119-37169-4
1-119-37171-6
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Record Nr. UNINA-9910555082403321
Bethlehem Jelke G.  
Hoboken, New Jersey : , : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, , [2021]
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Il questionario elettronico / a cura di Luigi Fabbris
Il questionario elettronico / a cura di Luigi Fabbris
Pubbl/distr/stampa Padova : Cleup, 2000
Descrizione fisica 247 p. ; 22 cm
Disciplina 001.433
Collana Metodi e tecniche per le rilevazioni assistite da computer
Soggetto non controllato Questionari - tecniche
ISBN 88-7178-993-8
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione ita
Record Nr. UNINA-990003831610403321
Padova : Cleup, 2000
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Indirect Questioning in Sample Surveys [[electronic resource] /] / by Arijit Chaudhuri, Tasos C. Christofides
Indirect Questioning in Sample Surveys [[electronic resource] /] / by Arijit Chaudhuri, Tasos C. Christofides
Autore Chaudhuri Arijit
Edizione [1st ed. 2013.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Berlin, Heidelberg : , : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : , : Imprint : Springer, , 2013
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (186 p.)
Disciplina 001.433
Soggetto topico Statistics 
Social sciences
Mathematics
Statistics for Social Sciences, Humanities, Law
Statistics for Life Sciences, Medicine, Health Sciences
Statistical Theory and Methods
Methodology of the Social Sciences
Mathematics in the Humanities and Social Sciences
ISBN 3-642-36276-1
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Preface -- A Plea for Indirect Questioning: Stigmatizing Issues of Social Relevance -- Specification of Qualitative and Quantitative Parameters Demanding Estimation -- Various Indirect Questioning Techniques -- Randomized Response Techniques to Capture Qualitative Features -- Quantitative Issues Bearing Stigma: Parameter Estimation -- Indirect Techniques as Alternatives to Randomized Response -- Protection of Privacy -- Index.
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Chaudhuri Arijit  
Berlin, Heidelberg : , : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : , : Imprint : Springer, , 2013
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