2 edition of Investigation into interviewer variability on National Readership Estimates. found in the catalog.
Investigation into interviewer variability on National Readership Estimates.
Research Services Limited (London, England)
by Joint Industry Committee for National Readership Surveys in London
Written in English
|Statement||Prepared for the JICNARS by Research Services Limited.|
|Contributions||Joint Industry Committee for National Readership Surveys.|
|LC Classifications||PN5118 .R44 1972a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||74160602|
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The interviewer effect caused by interviewers being influenced by the researchers’ expectations is referred to here as an ‘expectation-led’ interviewer effect. The presence of expectation-led interviewer effects could distort the observed correlation between two questions, A and B, and lead to misleading conclusions being drawn in the Cited by: link to page 2 link to page 3 link to page 5 link to page 7 link to page 11 link to page 7 link to page 23 link to page 36 link to page 40 link to page 45 link to page 48 link to page 57 link to page 62 link to page 64 link to page 68 link to page 72 link to page 75 Investigative interviewing doctrine This chapter contains these topics: Summary Definitions Part 1 - Introduction to.
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b. refers to when the interviewer calls up respondents, sends them an electronic survey, and assists them in completing the form. Respondents return the survey via e-mail. c. refers to when computer disks are mailed to respondents, the respondent completes the survey on their own computer, and returns the disk to the researcher via the mail.1.
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