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Title Encyclopedia of survey research methods / editor, Paul J. Lavrakas.
Imprint Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, [2008]
©2008

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LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OHIOLINK SAGE EBOOKS    ONLINE  
Connect to http://rave.ohiolink.edu/ebooks/ebc/9781412918084
Series SAGE research methods online.
Subject Social surveys -- Research -- Encyclopedias.
Data Collection.
Research Design.
Alt Name Lavrakas, Paul J.,
Description 1 online resource (2 volumes) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Volume. 1. A-M. ABC News/Washington Post Poll -- Access Lines -- Acquiescence Response Bias -- Adaptive Sampling -- ADD-A-Digit Sampling -- Address-Based Sampling -- Advance Contact -- Advance Letter -- Agenda Setting -- Aided Recall -- Aided Recognition -- Algorithm -- Alpha, Significance Level of Test -- Alternative Hypothesis -- American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) -- American Community Survey (ACS) -- American Statistical Association Section On Survey Research Methods (ASA-SRMS) -- Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) -- Anonymity -- Answering Machine Messages -- Approval Ratings -- Area Frame -- Area Probability Sample -- Attenuation -- Attitude Measurement -- Attitudes -- Attitude Strength -- Attrition -- Audio Computer-Assisted Self-Interviewing (ACASI) -- Aural Communication -- Auxiliary Variable -- Balanced Question -- Balanced Repeated Replication (BRR) -- Bandwagon and Underdog Effects -- Behavioral Question -- Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) -- Behavior Coding -- Beneficence -- Bias -- Bilingual Interviewing -- Bipolar Scale -- Bogus Question -- Bootstrapping -- Bounding -- Branching -- Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) -- Busies -- Callbacks -- Caller ID -- Call Forwarding -- Calling Rules -- Call -In Polls -- Call Screening -- Call Sheet -- Capture-Recapture Sampling -- Case -- Case-Control Study -- Cell Phone Only Household -- Cell Phone Sampling -- Cell Suppression -- Census -- Certificate of Confidentiality -- Check All That Apply -- Chi-Square -- Closed-Ended Question -- Clustering -- Cluster Sample -- Cochran, W.G. (1909-1980) -- Codebook -- Coder Variance -- Coding -- Cognitive Aspects of Survey Methodology (CASM) -- Cognitive Interviewing -- Cold Call -- Common Rule -- Completed Interview -- Completion Rate -- Complex Sample Surveys -- Composite Estimation -- Comprehension -- Computer-Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI) -- Computer-Assisted Self-Interviewing (CASI) -- Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI) -- Computerized-Response Audience Polling (CRAP) -- Computerized Self-Administered Questionnaires (CSAQ) -- Confidence Interval -- Confidence Level -- Confidentiality -- Consent Form -- Constant -- Construct -- Construct Validity -- Consumer Sentiment Index -- Contactability -- Contact Rate -- Contacts -- Content Analysis -- Context Effect -- Contingency Question -- Contingency Table -- Contingent Incentives -- Control Group -- Controlled Access -- Control Sheet -- Convenience Sampling -- Convention Bounce -- Conversational Interviewing -- Cooperation -- Cooperation Rate -- Correlation -- Council for Marketing and Opinion Research (CMOR) -- Council of American Survey Research Organizations (CASRO) -- Covariance -- Coverage -- Coverage Error -- Cover Letter -- Cronbach's Alpha -- Crossley, Archibald (1896-1985) -- Cross-Sectional Data -- Cross-Sectional Survey Design -- Current Population Survey (CPS) -- Cutoff Sampling -- Data Management -- Data Swapping -- Debriefing -- Deception -- Deliberative Poll -- Demographic Measure -- Dependent Interviewing -- Dependent Variable -- Designated Respondent -- Design-Based Estimation -- Design Effects (DEFF) -- Diary -- Differential Attrition -- Differential Nonresponse -- Director Sampling -- Disclosure -- Disclosure Limitation -- Disk by Mail -- Dispositions -- Disproportionate Allocation to Strata -- Do-Not-Call (DNC) Registries -- Don't Knows (DKs) -- Double-Barreled Question -- Double Negative -- Drop-Down Menus -- Dual-Frame Sampling -- Duplication -- e -- Ecological Fallacy -- Economic Exchange Theory -- Effective Sample Size -- 800 Poll -- Election Night Projections -- Election Polls -- Elements -- Eligibility -- Email Survey -- Encoding -- EPSEM Sample -- Equal Probability of Selection -- Error of Nonobservation -- Errors of Commission -- Errors of Omission -- Establishment Survey -- Ethical Principles -- Event History Calendar -- Exhaustive -- Exit Polls -- Experimental Design -- External Validity -- Extreme Response Style -- Face-to-Face Interviewing -- Factorial Design -- Factorial Survey Method (Rossi's Method) -- Fallback Statements -- Falsification -- Fast Busy -- Favorability Ratings -- Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Regulations -- Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Regulations -- Feeling Thermometer -- Field Coding -- Field Director -- Field Period -- Field Survey -- Field Work -- Final Dispositions -- Finite Population -- Finite Population Correction (FPC) Factor -- Focus Group -- Forced Choice -- Frame -- Frequency Distribution -- FRUGing -- F-Test -- Gallup, George (1901-1984) -- Gallup Poll -- Gatekeeper -- General Social Survey (GSS) -- Geographic Screening -- Gestalt Psychology -- Graphical Language -- Guttman Scale -- Hagan and Collier Selection Method -- Half-Open Interval -- Hang-Up During Introduction (HUDI) -- Hansen, Morris (1910-1990) -- Hit Rate -- Horse Race Journalism -- Hot-Deck Imputation -- Household Refusal -- HTML Boxes -- Ignorable Nonresponse -- Imputation -- Inbound Calling -- Incentives -- Independent Variable -- Ineligible -- Inference -- Informant -- Informed Consent -- Institute for Social Research (ISR) -- Institutional Review Board (IRB) -- Interaction Effect -- Interactive Voice Response (IVR) -- Intercoder Reliability -- Internal Validity -- International Field Directors and Technologies Conference (IFD & TC) -- International Journal of Public Opinion Research (IJPOR) -- International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) -- Internet Pop-Up Polls -- Internet Surveys -- Interpenetrated Design -- Interrater Reliability -- Interval Estimate -- Interval Measure -- Interviewer -- Interviewer Characteristics -- Interviewer Debriefing -- Interviewer Effects -- Interviewer Monitoring -- Interviewer Monitoring Form (IMF) -- Interviewer Neutrality -- Interviewer Productivity -- Interview-Related Error -- Interviewer Training -- Interviewer Variance -- Interviewing -- Intracluster Homogeneity -- Introduction -- Inverse Sampling -- Issue Definition (Framing) -- Item Order Randomization -- Item Response Theory -- Jackknife Variance Estimation -- Joint Program in Survey Methodology (JPSM) -- Journal of Official Statistics (JOS) -- Key Informant -- Kish, Leslie (1910-2000) -- Kish Selection Method -- Knowledge Gap -- Knowledge Question -- Language Barrier -- Language Translations -- Last Birthday Selection -- Leaning Voters -- Level of Analysis -- Level of Measurement -- Leverage-saliency Theory -- Likely Voter -- Likert Scale -- List Assisted Sampling -- Listed Number -- List-Experiment Technique -- List Sampling -- Litigation Surveys -- Log-In Polls -- Longitudinal Studies -- Mail Questionnaire -- Mail Survey -- Main Effect -- Mall Intercept Survey -- Marginals -- Margin of Error (MOE) -- Mass Beliefs -- Matched Number -- Mean -- Mean Square Error (MSE) -- Measurement Error -- Median -- Media Polls -- Metadata -- Methods Box -- Minimal Risk -- Misreporting -- Missing Data -- Mitofsky Waksberg Sampling -- Mixed-Mode -- Mode -- Mode Effects -- Model-Based Estimation -- Mode of Data Collection -- Mode Related Error -- Multi-Level Integrated Database Approach (Mida) -- Multi-Mode Surveys -- Multiple-Frame Sampling -- Multiple Imputation -- Multiplicity Sampling -- Multi-Stage Sample -- Mutually Exclusive.
Volume 2. N-Z. N -- National Council on Public Polls (NCPP) -- National Election Pool (NEP) -- National Election Studies (NES) -- National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (Nhanes) -- National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) -- National Household Education Surveys (NHES) Program -- National Opinion Research Center (NORC) -- Network Sampling -- New York Times/CBS News Poll -- Neyman Allocation -- 900 Poll -- Nominal Measure -- Nonattitude -- Noncausal Covariation -- Noncontact Rate -- Noncontacts -- Noncontingent Incentives -- Noncooperation Rate -- Noncoverage -- Nondifferntiation -- Nondirective Probing -- Nonignorable Nonresponse -- Nonprobability Sampling -- Nonresidential -- Nonresponse -- Nonresponse Bias -- Nonresponse Error -- Nonresponse Rates -- Nonsampling Error -- Nontelephone Household -- Nonverbal Behavior -- Null Hypothesis -- Number Changed -- Number Portability -- Number Verification -- Open-Ended Question -- Opinion Norms -- Opinion Question -- Opinions -- Optimal Allocation -- Ordinal Measure -- Outbound Calling -- Outliers -- Out of Order -- Out of Sample -- Overcoverage -- Overreporting -- Paired Comparison Technique -- Panel -- Panel Conditioning -- Panel Data Analysis -- Panel Fatigue -- Panel Survey -- Paper-and-Pencil Interviewing (PAPI) -- Paradata -- Parameter -- Partial Completion -- Percentage Frequency Distribution -- Percentile -- Perception Question -- Perturbation Methods -- Pew Research Center -- Pilot Test -- Point Estimate -- Political Knowledge -- Poll -- Polling Review Board (PRB) -- Pollster -- Population -- Population of Inference -- Population of Interest -- Population Parameter -- Positivity Bias -- Post-Stratification -- Post Survey Adjustments -- Precision -- Precision Journalism -- Precoded Question -- Predictive Dialing -- Pre-Election Polls -- Prefix -- Pre-primary Polls -- Primacy Effect -- Primary Sampling Unit (PSU) -- Priming -- Prior Restraint -- Privacy -- Privacy Manager -- Probability -- Probability of Selection -- Probability Proportional to Size (PPS) Sampling -- Probability Sample -- Probable Electorate -- Probing -- Propensity Scores -- Propensity-Weighted Web Survey -- Proportional Allocation to Strata -- Protection of Human Subjects -- Proxy Respondent -- Pseudo-Polls -- Psychographic Measure -- Public Opinion -- Public Opinion Quarterly (POQ) -- Public Opinion Research -- Purposive Sample -- Push Polls -- P-Value -- Quality Control -- Quality Of Life Indicators -- Questionnaire -- Questionnaire Design -- Questionnaire Length -- Questionnaire-Related Error -- Question Order Effects -- Question Stem -- Question Wording as Discourse Indicators -- Quota Sampling -- Radio Buttons -- Raking -- Random -- Random Assignment -- Random-Digit Dialing (RDD) -- Random Error -- Randomized Response -- Random Order -- Random Sampling -- Random Start -- Ranked-Set Sampling (RSS) -- Ranking -- Rare Populations -- Rating -- Ratio Measure -- Raw Data -- Reactivity -- Recency Effect -- Recoded Variable -- Recontact -- Record Check -- Reference Period -- Refusal -- Refusal Avoidance -- Refusal Avoidance Training (RAT) -- Refusal Conversion -- Refusal Rate -- Refusal Report Form (RRF) -- Registration-Based Sampling (RBS) -- Regression Analysis -- Reinterview -- Relative Frequency -- Reliability -- Repeated Cross-sectional Design -- Replacement -- Replicate Methods for Variance Estimation -- Replication -- Represent Sample -- Research Call Center -- Research Design -- Research Hypothesis -- Research Management -- Research Question -- Residence Rules -- Respondent -- Respondent Burden -- Respondent Debriefing -- Respondent-driven Sampling (Rds) -- Respondent Fatigue -- Respondent-Interviewer Rapport -- Respondent Refusal -- Respondent-Related Error -- Response -- Response Alternatives -- Response Bias -- Response Latency -- Response Order Effects -- Response Propensity -- Response Rates -- Retrieval -- Reverse Directory -- Reverse Directory Sampling -- Reverse Record Check -- P (Rho) -- Role Playing -- Rolling Averages -- Roper, Elmo (1900-1971) -- Roper Center for Public Opinion Research -- Rotating Panel Design -- Saliency -- Sample -- Sample Design -- Sample Management -- Sample Precinct -- Sample Replicates -- Sample Size -- Sampling -- Sampling Bias -- Sampling Error -- Sampling Fraction -- Sampling Frame -- Sampling Interval -- Sampling Pool -- Sampling Variance -- Sampling Without Replacement -- SAS -- Satisficing -- Screening -- Seam Effect -- Segments -- Self-Administered Questionnaire -- Self-Reported Measure -- Self-Selected Listener Opinion Poll (SLOP) -- Self-Selected Sample -- Self-Selection Bias -- Semantic Differential Technique -- Sensitive Topics -- Sequential Sampling -- Sheatsley, Paul (1916-1989) -- Show Card -- Significance Level -- Simple Random Sample -- Small Area Estimation -- Snowball Sampling -- Social Capital -- Social Desirability -- Social Exchange Theory -- Social Isolation -- Solomon Four-Group Design -- Spiral of Silence -- Split-Half -- Standard Definitions -- Standard Error -- Standard Error of the Mean -- Standardized Survey Interviewing -- Stata -- Statistic -- Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) -- Statistical Power -- Statistics Canada -- Step-Ladder Question -- Strata -- Stratified Sampling -- Straw Polls -- Subgroup Analysis -- Sudaan -- Suffix Banks -- SUGing -- Superpopulation -- Supervisor -- Supervisor-to-Interviewer Ratio -- Survey -- Survey Costs -- Survey Ethics -- Survey Methodology -- Survey Sponsor -- Systematic Error -- Systematic Sampling -- Tailoring -- Target Population -- Taylor Series Linearization (TSL) -- Technology-based Training -- Telemarketing -- Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 -- Telephone Households -- Telephone Penetration -- Telephone Surveys -- Telescoping -- Temporary Dispositions -- Test-Retest Reliability -- Third Person Effect -- Topic Saliency -- Total Design Method (TDM) -- Total Survey Error (TSE) -- Touch Data Entry -- Tracking Polls -- Training Packet -- Trend Analysis -- Trial Heat Question -- Troldahl-Carter-Bryant Respondent Selection Method -- True Value -- Trust In Government -- T-Test -- Type I Error -- Type II Error -- Unable to Participate -- Unaided Recall -- Unavailable Respondent -- Unbalanced Question -- Unbiased Statistic -- Undecided Voters -- Undercoverage -- Underreporting -- Unfolding Question -- Unit -- Unit Coverage -- Unit Nonresponse -- Unit of Observation -- Universe -- Unknown Eligibility -- Unlisted Household -- Unmatched Number -- Unpublished Number -- Usability Testing -- U.S. Bureau of the Census -- Validation -- Validity -- Variable -- Variance -- Variance Estimation -- Verbatim Responses -- Verification -- Video Computer-Assisted Self-Interviewing (VCASI) -- Videophone Interviewing -- Vignette Question -- Visual Communication -- Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and the Virtual Computer-Assisted Telephone Interview (CATI) Facility -- Voluntary Participation -- Wave -- Web Survey -- Weighting -- WesVar -- Within-Unit Coverage -- Within-Unit Coverage Error -- Within-Unit Selection -- World Association for Public Opinion Research (WAPOR) -- Zero-Number Banks -- Z-Score.
Summary Covers all major facets of survey research methodology, from selecting the sample design and the sampling frame, designing and pretesting the questionnaire, data collection, and data coding, to the issues surrounding diminishing response rates, confidentiality, privacy, informed consent and other ethical issues, data weighting, and data analyses--Publisher's website.
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ISBN 9781452261478 (electronic bk.)
1452261474 (electronic bk.)
9781412963947
141296394X
1412918081 (set ; cloth)
9781412918084 (set ; cloth)
9781412918084 (print)
OCLC # 233969508
Additional Format Print version: Encyclopedia of survey research methods. Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, ©2008 9781412963947 (DLC) 2008011838 (OCoLC)213466494