Survey Practice

The AAPOR e-journal with public opinion and survey research articles and commentary

Survey Practice is an e-journal published by the American Association for Public Opinion Research. The mission of Survey Practice is to provide current information on issues in survey research and public opinion that is useful to survey and public opinion practitioners, new survey researchers, and those interested in survey and polling methods. The articles in Survey Practice emphasize useful and practical information designed to enhance survey quality by providing a forum to share advances in practical survey methods, current information on conditions affecting survey research, and interesting features about surveys and people who work in survey research.

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Vol 9, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction to Special Issue of Survey Practice on Interviewer-Respondent Interaction PDF HTML
Jennifer Dykema, Nora Cate Schaeffer, Dana Garbaski
Behavior Coding Using Computer Assisted Audio Recording: Findings from a Pilot Test PDF HTML
Joanne Pascal
The Impact of Parenthetical Phrases on Interviewers’ and Respondents’ Processing of Survey Questions PDF HTML
Jennifer Dykema, Nora Cate Schaeffer, Dana Garbaski, Erik V. Nordheim, Mark Banghart, Kristen Cyffka
Do Interviewer Errors Help Explain the Impact of Question Characteristics on Respondent Difficulties? PDF HTML
Allyson L. Holbrook, Timothy P. Johnson, Young Ik Cho, Sharon Shavitt, Noel Chavez, Saul Weiner
Using Interviewer-respondent Interaction Coding as a Manipulation Check on Interviewer Behavior in Persuading CATI Respondents PDF HTML
Yfke Ongena, Marieke Haan
Do Interviewers with High Cooperation Rates Behave Differently? Interviewer Cooperation Rates and Interview Behaviors PDF HTML
Kristen Olson, Antje Kirchner, Jolene Smyth


ISSN: 2168-0094
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