Quality & Quantity 38: 803–807, 2004. Volume 38 No. 1 February 2004 MANFRED TE GROTENHUIS, ROB EISINGA and PEER SCHEE- PERS / The Method of Purging Applied to Repeated Cross-Sectional Data 1–16 NATACHA BORGERS, JOOP HOX and DIRK SIKKEL/ Response Eﬀects in Surveys on Children and Adolescents: The Eﬀect of Number of Response Options, Negative Wording, and Neutral Mid-Point 17–33 HENK VAN GOOR and SONJA RISPENS/A Middle Class Image of Society 35–49 GALINA BORISYUK, COLIN RALLINGS and MICHAEL THRASHER/ Selecting Indexes of Electoral Proportionality: General Properties and Relationships 51–74 Notes CHUNG-HO CHEN and CHAO-YU CHOU/ Set the Optimum Process Parameters Based on Asymmetric Quality Loss Function 75–79 GEBRENEGUS GHILAGABER/Another Look at Chow’s Test for the Equality of Two Heteroscedastic Regression Models 81–93 W.L. PEARN, G.H. LIN and K. H. WANG/ Normal Approximation to the Distribution of the Estimated Yield Index S 95–111 pk Volume 38 No. 2 April 2004 JO GARCIA, JULIE EVANS and MAGGIE RESHAW / ‘‘Is There Anything Else You Would Like to Tell Us’’–Methodological Issues in the Use of Free-Text Comments from Postal Surveys 113–125 CLAUDE DIEBOLT and BACHIR EL MURR / Educational Devel- opment and Labour Markets (The Case of Higher Education in Germany, 1820–1941)
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Published: Apr 23, 2004
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