The Resource How to conduct self-administered and mail surveys, Linda B. Bourque & Eve P. Fielder

How to conduct self-administered and mail surveys, Linda B. Bourque & Eve P. Fielder

Label
How to conduct self-administered and mail surveys
Title
How to conduct self-administered and mail surveys
Statement of responsibility
Linda B. Bourque & Eve P. Fielder
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
TPH
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1941-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Bourque, Linda Brookover
Dewey number
  • 658.83
  • 001.433
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HN29
LC item number
.B64 1995
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Fielder, Eve P
Series statement
Survey Kit
Series volume
v. 3
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Data Collection
  • Questionnaires
  • Research Design
  • Mail surveys
  • Enquêtes sociologiques
  • Questionnaires
  • Sciences sociales
Label
How to conduct self-administered and mail surveys, Linda B. Bourque & Eve P. Fielder
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Advantages of Self-Administered Questionnaires
  • Cost
  • Sample Related
  • Geographic Coverage
  • Larger Samples
  • Wider Coverage Within a Sample Population
  • Implementation
  • Timing
  • Sensitive Topics
  • Disadvantages of Self-Administered Questionnaires
  • How to Conduct Self-Administered and Mail Surveys: Learning Objectives
  • Sample Related
  • Availability of Lists
  • Response Rates
  • Literacy and Language
  • Questionnaire Construction
  • Format
  • Order Effects
  • Administration
  • No Control Over Who Responds
  • Quick Turnaround
  • Overview of Self-Administered Questionnaires
  • Self-Administered Questionnaires by Example: Assault and Vision Studies
  • Content of the Questionnaire
  • Information Included in Questionnaires and Deciding Whether a Mail Questionnaire Is Appropriate
  • Literacy
  • Motivation
  • Amenable to Study
  • Checklist: Deciding Whether to Use a Mail Questionnaire
  • Developing the Content of the Questionnaire
  • Adopting Standard Questionnaire Batteries
  • Adapting Sets of Questions
  • Types of Self-Administered Questionnaires
  • Designing Your Own Questions
  • Guidelines for Deciding on the Content of the Questionnaire
  • "User-Friendly" Questionnaires and Response Categories
  • Construction of Questions
  • Short-and-Specific Format
  • Cautionary Use of Vague Qualifiers
  • Cautionary Use of Abstract Terms and Jargon
  • Easy-to-Difficult Progression
  • Supervised Administration
  • One-to-One Supervision
  • Group Administration
  • Semisupervised Administration
  • Unsupervised Administration
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 223 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035603236
Label
How to conduct self-administered and mail surveys, Linda B. Bourque & Eve P. Fielder
Link
Publication
Contents
  • Advantages of Self-Administered Questionnaires
  • Cost
  • Sample Related
  • Geographic Coverage
  • Larger Samples
  • Wider Coverage Within a Sample Population
  • Implementation
  • Timing
  • Sensitive Topics
  • Disadvantages of Self-Administered Questionnaires
  • How to Conduct Self-Administered and Mail Surveys: Learning Objectives
  • Sample Related
  • Availability of Lists
  • Response Rates
  • Literacy and Language
  • Questionnaire Construction
  • Format
  • Order Effects
  • Administration
  • No Control Over Who Responds
  • Quick Turnaround
  • Overview of Self-Administered Questionnaires
  • Self-Administered Questionnaires by Example: Assault and Vision Studies
  • Content of the Questionnaire
  • Information Included in Questionnaires and Deciding Whether a Mail Questionnaire Is Appropriate
  • Literacy
  • Motivation
  • Amenable to Study
  • Checklist: Deciding Whether to Use a Mail Questionnaire
  • Developing the Content of the Questionnaire
  • Adopting Standard Questionnaire Batteries
  • Adapting Sets of Questions
  • Types of Self-Administered Questionnaires
  • Designing Your Own Questions
  • Guidelines for Deciding on the Content of the Questionnaire
  • "User-Friendly" Questionnaires and Response Categories
  • Construction of Questions
  • Short-and-Specific Format
  • Cautionary Use of Vague Qualifiers
  • Cautionary Use of Abstract Terms and Jargon
  • Easy-to-Difficult Progression
  • Supervised Administration
  • One-to-One Supervision
  • Group Administration
  • Semisupervised Administration
  • Unsupervised Administration
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 223 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035603236

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