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Decisions about how inclusive one should be in attempting to sample and/or enumerate homeless populattons are best guided by information regarding what is sacrificed when different sampling choices are made. This article draws upon data from the Course of Homelessness Study to explore how three...
School-linked services have emerged as one response to the steady decline in children's educational prospects caused by a host of nonschool factors. Given the political, fiscal, and administrative pressures under which these efforts operate, evaluation stands to play a critical role in the...
Considering the difficulties, the Census Bureau does a remarkably good job at counting people. There are two current techniques for evaluating or adjusting the census: (a) demographic analysis uses administrative records to make independent population estimates, which can be compared to census...
This article presents a process analysis of data from a survey of 648 households living in resident-managed public housing and a comparison group of 588 households living in traditionally managed public housing, conducted as part of an evaluation for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban...
This study investigates the relationship of panel accretion to panel attrition and examines its impact on threats to external validity in adolescent substance use research. Panel accretion involves the addition of new participants to a panel design after initial baseline data has been obtained....
This article examines coverage of alcohol-related topics in local newspapers as applied to a conceptual model of media advocacy being tested in a five-component community trial to reduce alcohol-involved injuries. Based on a literature review of determinants of exposure of newspaper articles, it...
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