Essentials of Survey Design and Implementation

Start: March 30, 2011
End: April 1, 2011
Place: University of Cardiff, Wales, UK
Organizer: Courses In Applied Social Surveys
This course focuses on the design and implementation of quantitative social surveys (excluding the design of questionnaires which is covered in a separate course). Topics include project management, quality, ethical and reporting issues; guidelines for understanding interviewer vs. self-completion implementation concerns; ways to minimise nonresponse before it happens; various issues in survey sampling and an introduction to weighting; principles of data coding and processing, and an introduction to the Survey Question Bank.

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