Responding to the increasingly scientific nature and complexity of surveys with The SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology
London, UK. Exploring both the increasingly scientific endeavor of surveys and their growing complexity, The SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology, published by SAGE Publishing, provides a comprehensive guide to conducting survey research studies.
As different data collection modes and information sources are combined and Survey Methodology becomes a more structured field of research, the Handbook provides an essential, up-to-date tool for researchers. With a team of international experts, the Handbook looks at local and national specificities, as well as problems of cross-national, comparative survey research. The chapters are organized into nine major sections, each of which represents a stage in the survey life-cycle:
- Basic Principles
- Surveys and Societies
- Planning a Survey
- Data Collection
- Preparing Data for Use
- Assessing and Improving Data Quality
- Further Issues
As the editors, Dominique Joye, Christof Wolf, Tom W. Smith & Yang-chih Fu, explain:
“There are a lot of reasons to publish a new handbook of survey methodology. Above all, the field of survey methodology is changing quickly in the era of the Internet and globalization. Survey methodology could also be seen as a bridge between disciplines, resting on the shared methodological preoccupations between specialists of very different fields. These are some of the challenges we are addressing here.”
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The SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology
July 2016 740 pages
ISBN: 9781446282663 Print Price: £120
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