Social Survey Data Collection

8. References

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Fowler, F. and Mangione, T.(1990). Standardizing Survey Interviewing. Newbury Park: Sage Publications.

Hox, J. and De Leeuw, E. (2004). The influence of Interviewers’ Attitude and Behaviour on Household Survey Nonresponse: An International Comparison. In: Groves, R.Dillman, D., Eltinge, J., Little, R. (eds.) Survey Nonresponse. New York: Wiley.

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Morton-Williams, J. (1993). Interviewer Approaches, Aldershot, Dartmouth, UK.

Groves, R.M. and McGonagle K. (2001). A theory guided interviewer training protocol protocol regarding survey participation. JOS Vol. 17 No 2: 249-266.

McGonaghy M. and Carey S. (2005). What happens after ART? Results of two experiments designed to improve response rates with interviewers at the Office of National Statistics, UK. Paper presented at the 60th Conference of the American Association of Public Opinion Research, Miami FL, May 12–15, 2005.

Salant, P. and Dillman, D. (1994). How to Conduct Your Own Survey. John Wiley & Sons.

Survey Research Center (1983). General Interviewing.Techniques: A Self-Instructional Workbook for Telephone and Personal Interviewer Training. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor: Survey Research Center.

The American Association of Public Opinion Research. (2008). Standard Definitions: Final Dispositions of Cases Coded and Outcome Rates for Surveys. 5th Edition. Lenexa, Kansas: AAPOR.