Coverart for item
The Resource Telephone survey methodology, edited by Robert M. Groves [and others]

Telephone survey methodology, edited by Robert M. Groves [and others]

Label
Telephone survey methodology
Title
Telephone survey methodology
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert M. Groves [and others]
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Groves, Robert M
  • American Association for Public Opinion Research
  • American Statistical Association
  • International Association of Survey Statisticians
Series statement
Wiley series in probability and mathematical statistics. Applied probability and statistics
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Telephone surveys
  • Telephone surveys
  • Social sciences
Label
Telephone survey methodology, edited by Robert M. Groves [and others]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Papers from a conference held Nov. 8-11, 1987 at Charlotte, North Carolina and sponsored by the American Association for Public Opinion Research, the American Statistical Association, and the International Association of Survey Statisticians
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 530-578
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Telephone sampling methods in the United States
  • James M. Lepkowski
  • Implementing the Mitofsky-Waksberg sampling design with accelerated sequential replacement
  • G.J. Burkheimer and J.R. Levinsohn
  • Cutoff rules for secondary calling in a random digit dialing survey
  • Charles H. Alexander
  • Minimum cost sample allocation for Mitofsky-Waksberg random digit dialing
  • R.E. Mason and F.W. Immerman
  • Weighting adjustments for random digit dialed surveys
  • James T. Massey and Steven L. Botman
  • An overview of telephone coverage
  • Stratification of prefix areas for sampling rare populations
  • Leyla Mohadjer
  • Sampling variance and nonresponse rates in dual frame, mixed mode surveys
  • Monroe G. Sirken and Robert J. Casady
  • An overview of nonresponse issues in telephone surveys
  • Robert M. Groves and Lars E. Lyberg
  • Nonresponse : the UK experience
  • Martin Collins .. [et al.]
  • Nonresponse issues in government telephone surveys
  • J. Douglas Drew, G. Hussain Choudhry, and Lecily A. Hunter
  • James T. Massey
  • Survey period length, unanswered numbers, and nonresponse in telephone surveys
  • Janice Sebold
  • Effects of interviewer vocal characteristics on nonresponse
  • Lois Oksenbert and Charles Cannell
  • Measuring data quality
  • Paul P. Biemer
  • Data quality in telephone and face to face surveys : a comparative meta-analysis
  • Edit D. de Leeuw and Johannes van der Zouwen
  • Effects of mode of interview : experiments in the UK
  • Wendy Sykes and Martin Collins
  • International comparisons of telephone coverage
  • A comparison of response effects in self-administered and telephone surveys
  • George F. Bishop ... [et al.]
  • The quality of income information in telephone and face to face surveys
  • Eszter Körmendi
  • Searching for causes of interviewer effects in telephone surveys
  • Lynne Stokes and Ming-Yih Yeh
  • Computer-assisted telephone interviewing : a general introduction
  • William L. Nicholls II
  • The design of CATI systems : a review of current practice
  • Reginald P. Baker and William L. Lefes
  • Dennis Trewin and Geoff Lee
  • Call scheduling with CATI : current capabilities and methods
  • Michael F. Weeks
  • Questionnaire design for CATI : design objectives and methods
  • Carol C. House and William L. Nicholls II
  • The effects of CATI on costs and data quality : a comparison of CATI and paper methods in centralized interviewing
  • Gary Catlin and Susan Ingram
  • Introduction : administration of telephone surveys
  • Lars E. Lyberg
  • Administrative designs for centralized telephone survey centers : implications of the transition to CATI
  • Sandra H. Berry and Diane O'Rourke
  • Trends in the United States telephone coverage across time and subgroups
  • Observation of behavior in telephone interviews
  • Charles Cannell and Lois Oksenberg
  • A comparison of centralized CATI facilities for an agricultural labor survey
  • Robert T. Bass and Robert D. Tortora
  • Administrative issues in mixed mode surveys
  • Don A. Dillman and John Tarnai
  • Owen T. Thornberry, Jr. and James T. Massey
  • Within-household coverage in RDD surveys
  • David Maklan and Joseph Waksberg
Control code
18192343
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 581 pages
Isbn
9780471622185
Lccn
88020559
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)1179896
Label
Telephone survey methodology, edited by Robert M. Groves [and others]
Publication
Note
  • Papers from a conference held Nov. 8-11, 1987 at Charlotte, North Carolina and sponsored by the American Association for Public Opinion Research, the American Statistical Association, and the International Association of Survey Statisticians
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 530-578
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Telephone sampling methods in the United States
  • James M. Lepkowski
  • Implementing the Mitofsky-Waksberg sampling design with accelerated sequential replacement
  • G.J. Burkheimer and J.R. Levinsohn
  • Cutoff rules for secondary calling in a random digit dialing survey
  • Charles H. Alexander
  • Minimum cost sample allocation for Mitofsky-Waksberg random digit dialing
  • R.E. Mason and F.W. Immerman
  • Weighting adjustments for random digit dialed surveys
  • James T. Massey and Steven L. Botman
  • An overview of telephone coverage
  • Stratification of prefix areas for sampling rare populations
  • Leyla Mohadjer
  • Sampling variance and nonresponse rates in dual frame, mixed mode surveys
  • Monroe G. Sirken and Robert J. Casady
  • An overview of nonresponse issues in telephone surveys
  • Robert M. Groves and Lars E. Lyberg
  • Nonresponse : the UK experience
  • Martin Collins .. [et al.]
  • Nonresponse issues in government telephone surveys
  • J. Douglas Drew, G. Hussain Choudhry, and Lecily A. Hunter
  • James T. Massey
  • Survey period length, unanswered numbers, and nonresponse in telephone surveys
  • Janice Sebold
  • Effects of interviewer vocal characteristics on nonresponse
  • Lois Oksenbert and Charles Cannell
  • Measuring data quality
  • Paul P. Biemer
  • Data quality in telephone and face to face surveys : a comparative meta-analysis
  • Edit D. de Leeuw and Johannes van der Zouwen
  • Effects of mode of interview : experiments in the UK
  • Wendy Sykes and Martin Collins
  • International comparisons of telephone coverage
  • A comparison of response effects in self-administered and telephone surveys
  • George F. Bishop ... [et al.]
  • The quality of income information in telephone and face to face surveys
  • Eszter Körmendi
  • Searching for causes of interviewer effects in telephone surveys
  • Lynne Stokes and Ming-Yih Yeh
  • Computer-assisted telephone interviewing : a general introduction
  • William L. Nicholls II
  • The design of CATI systems : a review of current practice
  • Reginald P. Baker and William L. Lefes
  • Dennis Trewin and Geoff Lee
  • Call scheduling with CATI : current capabilities and methods
  • Michael F. Weeks
  • Questionnaire design for CATI : design objectives and methods
  • Carol C. House and William L. Nicholls II
  • The effects of CATI on costs and data quality : a comparison of CATI and paper methods in centralized interviewing
  • Gary Catlin and Susan Ingram
  • Introduction : administration of telephone surveys
  • Lars E. Lyberg
  • Administrative designs for centralized telephone survey centers : implications of the transition to CATI
  • Sandra H. Berry and Diane O'Rourke
  • Trends in the United States telephone coverage across time and subgroups
  • Observation of behavior in telephone interviews
  • Charles Cannell and Lois Oksenberg
  • A comparison of centralized CATI facilities for an agricultural labor survey
  • Robert T. Bass and Robert D. Tortora
  • Administrative issues in mixed mode surveys
  • Don A. Dillman and John Tarnai
  • Owen T. Thornberry, Jr. and James T. Massey
  • Within-household coverage in RDD surveys
  • David Maklan and Joseph Waksberg
Control code
18192343
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 581 pages
Isbn
9780471622185
Lccn
88020559
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)1179896

Library Locations

    • Ellis LibraryBorrow it
      1020 Lowry Street, Columbia, MO, 65201, US
      38.944491 -92.326012
Processing Feedback ...