Survey Practice This Month
This month, Survey Practice introduces a new feature – a list of books recently published in public opinion and survey methods. Mario Callegaro has agreed to create an updated list about twice each year. If you have any books that you would like included, send them to the Survey Practice email address.
The articles this month include a method for estimating questionnaire length by Sandra Berry; the results from an experiment conducted by Daniel Merkle and Murray Edelman to increase response rates that also increased bias; and a short article on measuring hang-ups during introductions to telephone surveys (HUDIs) by Barbara O’Hare and Diane Buck.
Please consider submitting an article for the special issue on the uses of non-probability sampling.
- John Kennedy
- Diane O’Rourke
- David Moore
- Andy Peytchev