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We present an experiment conducted in Russia testing the effectiveness of mail surveys for collecting social scientific data. Our primary focus is on testing the social exchange and economic exchange theories of mail survey participation. In addition, we randomly vary several conditions which...
Although the purpose of questionnaire items is to obtain a persons opinion on a certain matter, a respondents registered opinion may not reflect his or her true opinion because of random and systematic errors. Response styles (RSs) are a respondents tendency to respond to survey questions in...
In this article, the authors offer a comprehensive review of the item count technique (ICT) and a detailed application of the method in voter turnout drawing on a three-wave national panel survey. They critically discuss the methodological and practical problems occurring throughout the...
Information gathering underwent a dramatic transformation in the 1930s with the rise of survey research. Now, a growing number of critics are arguing that survey researchs time has passed and it should and will be replaced by a combination of data mining from the Internet and the use of various...
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