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245 00 Encyclopedia of survey research methods /|ceditor, Paul J.
260    Thousand Oaks, Calif. :|bSAGE Publications,|c©2008. 
300    1 online resource (2 volumes) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    text file|2rda 
380    Encyclopedia 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |gVolume. 1. A-M.|tABC News/Washington Post Poll --
       |tAccess Lines --|tAcquiescence Response Bias --|tAdaptive
       Sampling --|tADD-A-Digit Sampling --|tAddress-Based 
       Sampling --|tAdvance Contact --|tAdvance Letter --|tAgenda
       Setting --|tAided Recall --|tAided Recognition --
       |tAlgorithm --|tAlpha, Significance Level of Test --
       |tAlternative Hypothesis --|tAmerican Association for 
       Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) --|tAmerican Community 
       Survey (ACS) --|tAmerican Statistical Association Section 
       On Survey Research Methods (ASA-SRMS) --|tAnalysis of 
       Variance (ANOVA) --|tAnonymity --|tAnswering Machine 
       Messages --|tApproval Ratings --|tArea Frame --|tArea 
       Probability Sample --|tAttenuation --|tAttitude 
       Measurement --|tAttitudes --|tAttitude Strength --
       |tAttrition --|tAudio Computer-Assisted Self-Interviewing 
       (ACASI) --|tAural Communication --|tAuxiliary Variable --
       |tBalanced Question --|tBalanced Repeated Replication 
       (BRR) --|tBandwagon and Underdog Effects --|tBehavioral 
       Question --|tBehavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 
       (BRFSS) --|tBehavior Coding --|tBeneficence --|tBias --
       |tBilingual Interviewing --|tBipolar Scale --|tBogus 
       Question --|tBootstrapping --|tBounding --|tBranching --
       |tBureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) --|tBusies --
       |tCallbacks --|tCaller ID --|tCall Forwarding --|tCalling 
       Rules --|tCall -In Polls --|tCall Screening --|tCall Sheet
       --|tCapture-Recapture Sampling --|tCase --|tCase-Control 
       Study --|tCell Phone Only Household --|tCell Phone 
       Sampling --|tCell Suppression --|tCensus --|tCertificate 
       of Confidentiality --|tCheck All That Apply --|tChi-Square
       --|tClosed-Ended Question --|tClustering --|tCluster 
       Sample --|tCochran, W.G. (1909-1980) --|tCodebook --
       |tCoder Variance --|tCoding --|tCognitive Aspects of 
       Survey Methodology (CASM) --|tCognitive Interviewing --
       |tCold Call --|tCommon Rule --|tCompleted Interview --
       |tCompletion Rate --|tComplex Sample Surveys --|tComposite
       Estimation --|tComprehension --|tComputer-Assisted 
       Personal Interviewing (CAPI) --|tComputer-Assisted Self-
       Interviewing (CASI) --|tComputer-Assisted Telephone 
       Interviewing (CATI) --|tComputerized-Response Audience 
       Polling (CRAP) --|tComputerized Self-Administered 
       Questionnaires (CSAQ) --|tConfidence Interval --
       |tConfidence Level --|tConfidentiality --|tConsent Form --
       |tConstant --|tConstruct --|tConstruct Validity --
       |tConsumer Sentiment Index --|tContactability --|tContact 
       Rate --|tContacts --|tContent Analysis --|tContext Effect 
       --|tContingency Question --|tContingency Table --
       |tContingent Incentives --|tControl Group --|tControlled 
       Access --|tControl Sheet --|tConvenience Sampling --
       |tConvention Bounce --|tConversational Interviewing --
       |tCooperation --|tCooperation Rate --|tCorrelation --
       |tCouncil for Marketing and Opinion Research (CMOR) --
       |tCouncil of American Survey Research Organizations 
       (CASRO) --|tCovariance --|tCoverage --|tCoverage Error --
       |tCover Letter --|tCronbach's Alpha --|tCrossley, 
       Archibald (1896-1985) --|tCross-Sectional Data --|tCross-
       Sectional Survey Design --|tCurrent Population Survey 
       (CPS) --|tCutoff Sampling --|tData Management --|tData 
       Swapping --|tDebriefing --|tDeception --|tDeliberative 
       Poll --|tDemographic Measure --|tDependent Interviewing --
       |tDependent Variable --|tDesignated Respondent --|tDesign-
       Based Estimation --|tDesign Effects (DEFF) --|tDiary --
       |tDifferential Attrition --|tDifferential Nonresponse --
       |tDirector Sampling --|tDisclosure --|tDisclosure 
       Limitation --|tDisk by Mail --|tDispositions --
       |tDisproportionate Allocation to Strata --|tDo-Not-Call 
       (DNC) Registries --|tDon't Knows (DKs) --|tDouble-Barreled
       Question --|tDouble Negative --|tDrop-Down Menus --|tDual-
       Frame Sampling --|tDuplication --|te --|tEcological 
       Fallacy --|tEconomic Exchange Theory --|tEffective Sample 
       Size --|t800 Poll --|tElection Night Projections --
       |tElection Polls --|tElements --|tEligibility --|tEmail 
       Survey --|tEncoding --|tEPSEM Sample --|tEqual Probability
       of Selection --|tError of Nonobservation --|tErrors of 
       Commission --|tErrors of Omission --|tEstablishment Survey
       --|tEthical Principles --|tEvent History Calendar --
       |tExhaustive --|tExit Polls --|tExperimental Design --
       |tExternal Validity --|tExtreme Response Style --|tFace-to
       -Face Interviewing --|tFactorial Design --|tFactorial 
       Survey Method (Rossi's Method) --|tFallback Statements --
       |tFalsification --|tFast Busy --|tFavorability Ratings --
       |tFederal Communications Commission (FCC) Regulations --
       |tFederal Trade Commission (FTC) Regulations --|tFeeling 
       Thermometer --|tField Coding --|tField Director --|tField 
       Period --|tField Survey --|tField Work --|tFinal 
       Dispositions --|tFinite Population --|tFinite Population 
       Correction (FPC) Factor --|tFocus Group --|tForced Choice 
       --|tFrame --|tFrequency Distribution --|tFRUGing --|tF-
       Test --|tGallup, George (1901-1984) --|tGallup Poll --
       |tGatekeeper --|tGeneral Social Survey (GSS) --
       |tGeographic Screening --|tGestalt Psychology --
       |tGraphical Language --|tGuttman Scale --|tHagan and 
       Collier Selection Method --|tHalf-Open Interval --|tHang-
       Up During Introduction (HUDI) --|tHansen, Morris (1910-
       1990) --|tHit Rate --|tHorse Race Journalism --|tHot-Deck 
       Imputation --|tHousehold Refusal --|tHTML Boxes --
       |tIgnorable Nonresponse --|tImputation --|tInbound Calling
       --|tIncentives --|tIndependent Variable --|tIneligible --
       |tInference --|tInformant --|tInformed Consent --
       |tInstitute for Social Research (ISR) --|tInstitutional 
       Review Board (IRB) --|tInteraction Effect --|tInteractive 
       Voice Response (IVR) --|tIntercoder Reliability --
       |tInternal Validity --|tInternational Field Directors and 
       Technologies Conference (IFD & TC) --|tInternational 
       Journal of Public Opinion Research (IJPOR) --
       |tInternational Social Survey Programme (ISSP) --
       |tInternet Pop-Up Polls --|tInternet Surveys --
       |tInterpenetrated Design --|tInterrater Reliability --
       |tInterval Estimate --|tInterval Measure --|tInterviewer -
       -|tInterviewer Characteristics --|tInterviewer Debriefing 
       --|tInterviewer Effects --|tInterviewer Monitoring --
       |tInterviewer Monitoring Form (IMF) --|tInterviewer 
       Neutrality --|tInterviewer Productivity --|tInterview-
       Related Error --|tInterviewer Training --|tInterviewer 
       Variance --|tInterviewing --|tIntracluster Homogeneity --
       |tIntroduction --|tInverse Sampling --|tIssue Definition 
       (Framing) --|tItem Order Randomization --|tItem Response 
       Theory --|tJackknife Variance Estimation --|tJoint Program
       in Survey Methodology (JPSM) --|tJournal of Official 
       Statistics (JOS) --|tKey Informant --|tKish, Leslie (1910-
       2000) --|tKish Selection Method --|tKnowledge Gap --
       |tKnowledge Question --|tLanguage Barrier --|tLanguage 
       Translations --|tLast Birthday Selection --|tLeaning 
       Voters --|tLevel of Analysis --|tLevel of Measurement --
       |tLeverage-saliency Theory --|tLikely Voter --|tLikert 
       Scale --|tList Assisted Sampling --|tListed Number --
       |tList-Experiment Technique --|tList Sampling --
       |tLitigation Surveys --|tLog-In Polls --|tLongitudinal 
       Studies --|tMail Questionnaire --|tMail Survey --|tMain 
       Effect --|tMall Intercept Survey --|tMarginals --|tMargin 
       of Error (MOE) --|tMass Beliefs --|tMatched Number --
       |tMean --|tMean Square Error (MSE) --|tMeasurement Error -
       -|tMedian --|tMedia Polls --|tMetadata --|tMethods Box --
       |tMinimal Risk --|tMisreporting --|tMissing Data --
       |tMitofsky Waksberg Sampling --|tMixed-Mode --|tMode --
       |tMode Effects --|tModel-Based Estimation --|tMode of Data
       Collection --|tMode Related Error --|tMulti-Level 
       Integrated Database Approach (Mida) --|tMulti-Mode Surveys
       --|tMultiple-Frame Sampling --|tMultiple Imputation --
       |tMultiplicity Sampling --|tMulti-Stage Sample --
       |tMutually Exclusive. 
505 00 |gVolume 2. N-Z.|tN --|tNational Council on Public Polls 
       (NCPP) --|tNational Election Pool (NEP) --|tNational 
       Election Studies (NES) --|tNational Health and Nutrition 
       Examination Survey (Nhanes) --|tNational Health Interview 
       Survey (NHIS) --|tNational Household Education Surveys 
       (NHES) Program --|tNational Opinion Research Center (NORC)
       --|tNetwork Sampling --|tNew York Times/CBS News Poll --
       |tNeyman Allocation --|t900 Poll --|tNominal Measure --
       |tNonattitude --|tNoncausal Covariation --|tNoncontact 
       Rate --|tNoncontacts --|tNoncontingent Incentives --
       |tNoncooperation Rate --|tNoncoverage --
       |tNondifferntiation --|tNondirective Probing --
       |tNonignorable Nonresponse --|tNonprobability Sampling --
       |tNonresidential --|tNonresponse --|tNonresponse Bias --
       |tNonresponse Error --|tNonresponse Rates --|tNonsampling 
       Error --|tNontelephone Household --|tNonverbal Behavior --
       |tNull Hypothesis --|tNumber Changed --|tNumber 
       Portability --|tNumber Verification --|tOpen-Ended 
       Question --|tOpinion Norms --|tOpinion Question --
       |tOpinions --|tOptimal Allocation --|tOrdinal Measure --
       |tOutbound Calling --|tOutliers --|tOut of Order --|tOut 
       of Sample --|tOvercoverage --|tOverreporting --|tPaired 
       Comparison Technique --|tPanel --|tPanel Conditioning --
       |tPanel Data Analysis --|tPanel Fatigue --|tPanel Survey -
       -|tPaper-and-Pencil Interviewing (PAPI) --|tParadata --
       |tParameter --|tPartial Completion --|tPercentage 
       Frequency Distribution --|tPercentile --|tPerception 
       Question --|tPerturbation Methods --|tPew Research Center 
       --|tPilot Test --|tPoint Estimate --|tPolitical Knowledge 
       --|tPoll --|tPolling Review Board (PRB) --|tPollster --
       |tPopulation --|tPopulation of Inference --|tPopulation of
       Interest --|tPopulation Parameter --|tPositivity Bias --
       |tPost-Stratification --|tPost Survey Adjustments --
       |tPrecision --|tPrecision Journalism --|tPrecoded Question
       --|tPredictive Dialing --|tPre-Election Polls --|tPrefix -
       -|tPre-primary Polls --|tPrimacy Effect --|tPrimary 
       Sampling Unit (PSU) --|tPriming --|tPrior Restraint --
       |tPrivacy --|tPrivacy Manager --|tProbability --
       |tProbability of Selection --|tProbability Proportional to
       Size (PPS) Sampling --|tProbability Sample --|tProbable 
       Electorate --|tProbing --|tPropensity Scores --
       |tPropensity-Weighted Web Survey --|tProportional 
       Allocation to Strata --|tProtection of Human Subjects --
       |tProxy Respondent --|tPseudo-Polls --|tPsychographic 
       Measure --|tPublic Opinion --|tPublic Opinion Quarterly 
       (POQ) --|tPublic Opinion Research --|tPurposive Sample --
       |tPush Polls --|tP-Value --|tQuality Control --|tQuality 
       Of Life Indicators --|tQuestionnaire --|tQuestionnaire 
       Design --|tQuestionnaire Length --|tQuestionnaire-Related 
       Error --|tQuestion Order Effects --|tQuestion Stem --
       |tQuestion Wording as Discourse Indicators --|tQuota 
       Sampling --|tRadio Buttons --|tRaking --|tRandom --
       |tRandom Assignment --|tRandom-Digit Dialing (RDD) --
       |tRandom Error --|tRandomized Response --|tRandom Order --
       |tRandom Sampling --|tRandom Start --|tRanked-Set Sampling
       (RSS) --|tRanking --|tRare Populations --|tRating --
       |tRatio Measure --|tRaw Data --|tReactivity --|tRecency 
       Effect --|tRecoded Variable --|tRecontact --|tRecord Check
       --|tReference Period --|tRefusal --|tRefusal Avoidance --
       |tRefusal Avoidance Training (RAT) --|tRefusal Conversion 
       --|tRefusal Rate --|tRefusal Report Form (RRF) --
       |tRegistration-Based Sampling (RBS) --|tRegression 
       Analysis --|tReinterview --|tRelative Frequency --
       |tReliability --|tRepeated Cross-sectional Design --
       |tReplacement --|tReplicate Methods for Variance 
       Estimation --|tReplication --|tRepresent Sample --
       |tResearch Call Center --|tResearch Design --|tResearch 
       Hypothesis --|tResearch Management --|tResearch Question -
       -|tResidence Rules --|tRespondent --|tRespondent Burden --
       |tRespondent Debriefing --|tRespondent-driven Sampling 
       (Rds) --|tRespondent Fatigue --|tRespondent-Interviewer 
       Rapport --|tRespondent Refusal --|tRespondent-Related 
       Error --|tResponse --|tResponse Alternatives --|tResponse 
       Bias --|tResponse Latency --|tResponse Order Effects --
       |tResponse Propensity --|tResponse Rates --|tRetrieval --
       |tReverse Directory --|tReverse Directory Sampling --
       |tReverse Record Check --|tP (Rho) --|tRole Playing --
       |tRolling Averages --|tRoper, Elmo (1900-1971) --|tRoper 
       Center for Public Opinion Research --|tRotating Panel 
       Design --|tSaliency --|tSample --|tSample Design --
       |tSample Management --|tSample Precinct --|tSample 
       Replicates --|tSample Size --|tSampling --|tSampling Bias 
       --|tSampling Error --|tSampling Fraction --|tSampling 
       Frame --|tSampling Interval --|tSampling Pool --|tSampling
       Variance --|tSampling Without Replacement --|tSAS --
       |tSatisficing --|tScreening --|tSeam Effect --|tSegments -
       -|tSelf-Administered Questionnaire --|tSelf-Reported 
       Measure --|tSelf-Selected Listener Opinion Poll (SLOP) --
       |tSelf-Selected Sample --|tSelf-Selection Bias --
       |tSemantic Differential Technique --|tSensitive Topics --
       |tSequential Sampling --|tSheatsley, Paul (1916-1989) --
       |tShow Card --|tSignificance Level --|tSimple Random 
       Sample --|tSmall Area Estimation --|tSnowball Sampling --
       |tSocial Capital --|tSocial Desirability --|tSocial 
       Exchange Theory --|tSocial Isolation --|tSolomon Four-
       Group Design --|tSpiral of Silence --|tSplit-Half --
       |tStandard Definitions --|tStandard Error --|tStandard 
       Error of the Mean --|tStandardized Survey Interviewing --
       |tStata --|tStatistic --|tStatistical Package for the 
       Social Sciences (SPSS) --|tStatistical Power --
       |tStatistics Canada --|tStep-Ladder Question --|tStrata --
       |tStratified Sampling --|tStraw Polls --|tSubgroup 
       Analysis --|tSudaan --|tSuffix Banks --|tSUGing --
       |tSuperpopulation --|tSupervisor --|tSupervisor-to-
       Interviewer Ratio --|tSurvey --|tSurvey Costs --|tSurvey 
       Ethics --|tSurvey Methodology --|tSurvey Sponsor --
       |tSystematic Error --|tSystematic Sampling --|tTailoring -
       -|tTarget Population --|tTaylor Series Linearization (TSL)
       --|tTechnology-based Training --|tTelemarketing --
       |tTelephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 --|tTelephone 
       Households --|tTelephone Penetration --|tTelephone Surveys
       --|tTelescoping --|tTemporary Dispositions --|tTest-Retest
       Reliability --|tThird Person Effect --|tTopic Saliency --
       |tTotal Design Method (TDM) --|tTotal Survey Error (TSE) -
       -|tTouch Data Entry --|tTracking Polls --|tTraining Packet
       --|tTrend Analysis --|tTrial Heat Question --|tTroldahl-
       Carter-Bryant Respondent Selection Method --|tTrue Value -
       -|tTrust In Government --|tT-Test --|tType I Error --
       |tType II Error --|tUnable to Participate --|tUnaided 
       Recall --|tUnavailable Respondent --|tUnbalanced Question 
       --|tUnbiased Statistic --|tUndecided Voters --
       |tUndercoverage --|tUnderreporting --|tUnfolding Question 
       --|tUnit --|tUnit Coverage --|tUnit Nonresponse --|tUnit 
       of Observation --|tUniverse --|tUnknown Eligibility --
       |tUnlisted Household --|tUnmatched Number --|tUnpublished 
       Number --|tUsability Testing --|tU.S. Bureau of the Census
       --|tValidation --|tValidity --|tVariable --|tVariance --
       |tVariance Estimation --|tVerbatim Responses --
       |tVerification --|tVideo Computer-Assisted Self-
       Interviewing (VCASI) --|tVideophone Interviewing --
       |tVignette Question --|tVisual Communication --|tVoice 
       over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and the Virtual Computer-
       Assisted Telephone Interview (CATI) Facility --|tVoluntary
       Participation --|tWave --|tWeb Survey --|tWeighting --
       |tWesVar --|tWithin-Unit Coverage --|tWithin-Unit Coverage
       Error --|tWithin-Unit Selection --|tWorld Association for 
       Public Opinion Research (WAPOR) --|tZero-Number Banks --
506    Access restricted to Ryerson students, faculty and staff.
520    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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