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Ethical Issues in Survey Research Workshop Survey Research Laboratory University of Illinois at Chicago Selected Readings bias related to parental consent in school-based survey research.  Evaluation Review, 19 663–74. and who do not receive permission to participate in research.  Journal of Abnormal Child  Psychology, 12 , 573–80. Research in  15 , 147–52. F. Woolson (Eds.),  The epidemiologic study of the elderly  (pp. 39–45). New York: Oxford  University Press. behavioral differences in samples of actively and passively consented adolescents.  Addictive Behaviors, 18,  51–56. policy on estimates from a school-based drug use survey.  Evaluation Review, 21,  698–712. parental permission in school-based survey research: Does the type of permission affect  prevalence estimates of risk behaviors:  Evaluation Review , 28, 564-577. obtaining parental consent.  Evaluation Review, 13 , 45–55. parental consent in school-based research: An examination of ethical and methodological  issues.  Evaluation Review, 20,  737–53. Frey, J. H. (1986). An experiment with a confidentiality reminder in a telephone survey.  Public  Opinion Quarterly, 50,  267–69. university undergraduate students.  Psychological Reports, 59,  175–78.
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