Krosnick, Jon A.

The Palgrave Handbook of Survey Research

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Table of contents

Section 1. Conventional Survey Research

1. Assessing the Accuracy of Survey Research
Jon A. Krosnick

2. The Importance of Probability-Based Sampling Methods for Drawing Valid Inferences
Gary Langer

3. Sampling for Single and Multi-Mode Surveys Using Address-Based Sampling
Colm O’Muircheartaigh

4. Evidence About the Accuracy of Surveys in the Face of Declining Response Rates
Scott Keeter

5. Sampling to Minimize Nonresponse Bias
J. Michael Brick

6. Cross-National Issues in Response Rates
Vasja Vehovar, Koen Beullens

7. Choosing a Mode of Survey Data Collection
Roger Tourangeau

8. Mixed-Mode and Mixed-Device Surveys
Edith Desiree de Leeuw, Vera Toepoel

9. The Use and Effects of Incentives in Surveys
Eleanor Singer

10. Methods for Determining Who Lives in a Household
Kathleen Targowski Ashenfelter

11. Harmonization for Cross-National Comparative Social Survey Research: A Case Study Using the “Private Household” Variable
Jürgen H. P. Hoffmeyer-Zlotnik, Uwe Warner

12. Answering for Someone Else: Proxy Reports in Survey Research
Curtiss Cobb

13. Improving Question Design to Maximize Reliability and Validity
Jon A. Krosnick

14. Cognitive Interviewing in Survey Design: State of the Science and Future Directions
Gordon Willis

15. Survey Interviewing: Departures from the Script
Nora Cate Schaeffer

16. How to Improve Coding for Open-Ended Survey Data: Lessons from the ANES
Arthur Lupia

17. Applying Human Language Technology in Survey Research
Mark Liberman

18. Maintaining Respondent Trust and Protecting Their Data
Roger Tourangeau

19. Tackling Panel Attrition
Peter Lynn

20. Respondent Attrition Versus Data Attrition and Their Reduction
Randall J. Olsen

21. Best Practices for Creating Survey Weights
Matthew DeBell

Section 2. Opportunities to Expand Data Collection

22. New Kinds of Survey Measurements
Carli Lessof, Patrick Sturgis

23. The Role of Surveys in the Era of “Big Data”
Mario Callegaro, Yongwei Yang

24. Getting the Most Out of Paradata
Frauke Kreuter

25. Open Probability-Based Panel Infrastructures
Marcel Das, Arie Kapteyn, Michael Bosnjak

26. Collecting Interviewer Observations to Augment Survey Data
Brady T. West

27. “Just One More Thing”: Using Leave-Behind Measurement Supplements to Augment Survey Data Collection
Michael W. Link

28. Ecological Momentary Assessment in Survey Research
Arthur A. Stone

29. Biomarkers in Representative Population Surveys
David Weir

30. Measuring Past Events Using Calendar Aids
Robert F. Belli

31. Collecting Social Network Data
Tobias H. Stark

Section 3. Linking Survey Data with External Sources

32. Methods of Linking Survey Data to Official Records
Joseph W. Sakshaug

33. Linking Individual-Level Survey Data to Consumer File Records
Josh Pasek

34. Linking Survey Data to Administrative Records in a Comparative Survey Context
Annelies G. Blom, Julie Korbmacher

35. Linking Survey Data with the Catalist Commercial Database
Robert Blaemire

36. Challenges and Opportunities in Collecting Election Administration Data
Michael P. McDonald

37. Challenges with Validating Survey Data
Matthew K. Berent

38. The Promise of Collaborative Data Sharing Across Research Sectors
Robert M. Groves

Section 4. Improving Research Transparency and Data Dissemination

39. The Importance of Data Curation
Steven Ruggles

40. Improving the Usability of Survey Project Websites
David L. Vannette

41. The Role of Transparency in Maintaining the Legitimacy and Credibility of Survey Research
Arthur Lupia

42. Evidence-Based Survey Operations: Choosing and Mixing Modes
Michael Bosnjak

43. Best Practices for Survey Research
David L. Vannette

Section 5. Detailed Chapters

44. Reasons for Optimism About Survey Research
Jon A. Krosnick

45. Probability Versus Non-Probability Methods
Gary Langer

46. Address-Based and List-Based Sampling
Colm O’Muircheartaigh

47. The Impact of Survey Non-response on Survey Accuracy
Scott Keeter

48. Optimizing Response Rates
J. Michael Brick

49. Data Collection Mode
Roger Tourangeau

50. Survey Incentives
Eleanor Singer

51. Building Household Rosters Sensibly
Kathy Ashenfelter

52. Proxy Reporting
Curtiss Cobb

53. Questionnaire Design
Jon A. Krosnick

54. Cognitive Evaluation of Survey Instruments
Gordon Willis

55. Interviewer Deviations from Scripts
Nora Cate Schaeffer

56. Coding Open Responses
Arthur Lupia

57. What HLT Can Do for You (and Vice Versa)
Mark Liberman

58. Confidentiality, Privacy, and Anonymity
Roger Tourangeau

59. Panel Attrition
Randall Olsen

60. Computation of Survey Weights
Matthew DeBell

61. Paradata
Frauke Kreuter

62. Interviewer Observations
Brady T. West

63. Leave-Behind Measurement Supplements
Michael Link

64. Ecological Momentary Assessment and Experience Sampling
Arthur Stone

65. Biomarkers
David Weir

66. Specialized Tools for Measuring Past Events
Robert F. Belli

67. Linking Survey Data to Official Government Records
Joseph W. Sakshaug

68. Linking Knowledge Networks Web Panel Data with External Data
Josh Pasek

69. History and Promise and Blending Survey Data with Government Records on Turnout
Michael P. McDonald

70. Improving Information Quality and Availability Through Interactions Between Government and Academic, and Industry Survey Research Sectors
Robert M. Groves

71. Metadata and Preservation
Steven Ruggles

72. Usability of Survey Project Websites
David L. Vannette

73. Research Transparency and the Credibility of Survey-Based Social Science
Arthur Lupia

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Public Policy, Statistics for Social Science, Behavorial Science, Education, Public Policy, and Law, Statistical Theory and Methods

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