Survey Research Methodology, 1990-1999: An Annotated Bibliography

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Survey research is one of the most widely used research methodologies across the social and behavioral sciences. Two trends that have had a major impact on the development of survey methods over the last decade are (1) the application of techniques and theories from cognitive psychology to the understanding and reduction of survey measurement error, and (2) the application of new computer and telephony technologies to data collection and analysis. These trends and other emerging issues from the 1990's literature ...

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Overview

Survey research is one of the most widely used research methodologies across the social and behavioral sciences. Two trends that have had a major impact on the development of survey methods over the last decade are (1) the application of techniques and theories from cognitive psychology to the understanding and reduction of survey measurement error, and (2) the application of new computer and telephony technologies to data collection and analysis. These trends and other emerging issues from the 1990's literature on survey research methods are captured here in 617 detailed annotations to monographs, journals, government documents, dissertations, and ERIC documents. Annotations include examples from business, criminology, education, health and medicine, law, library science, mass media, military science, political science, psychology, sociology, social work, religion, and women's studies.

The bibliographic entries provide every useful element, including series names, complete subtitles, and overall text page numbers as well as chapter page numbers. The extensive annotations are more complete, and more detailed than is typical for annotated bibliographies. The descriptions include highlights of the study data and sufficient detail to enable the reader to make an informed choice as to whether to seek the full text. Appendices include journals cited and the major survey research organizations. The annotations are easily accessed through author and subject indexes.

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GRAHAM R. WALDEN is Professor, Librarian and Collection Manager for Communication and Telecommunication, Germanic Languages and Literatures, and Main Library Reference at The Ohio State University.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

History

Reference Sources

Instructional Materials

Cognitive Aspects of Survey

Methodology

Design

Sampling

Interviews

Interviewing

Data Collection Methods

Respondents

Responses

Analysis

Reporting

Discipline-Oriented Studies and Applications to Specific Areas

Appendix A: Source Journals

Appendix B: Organizations

Author Index

Subject Index

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