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Lecture%2010-%20Surveys-continued - Team Task Return I....

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Team Task Return I. Survey Research Designs ¡ A. Cross Sectional 1. General Cross Sectional 2. Contextual Cross Sectional     ¡ B. Longitudinal  1. Trend 2. Panel  II. How do I develop "good" survey questions?: ¡ A. The population of interest   ¡ B. The data collection procedures
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C. The basic assumptions that should be met by a survey The survey should… 1.  Not make unreasonable demands on  the respondent  2.  Not have a "hidden agenda"  3.  Be used to collect that you cannot get  from other sources 4.  Indicate that it is backed by the  authority of some institution or individual D. The clarity of instructions The survey should…
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¡ 1.  Be prefaced by explicit, directed  instructions ¡ 2.  Offer sample responses when  necessary ¡ 3.  Offer clear and concise directions on  how to complete and return the  survey, if applicable      E. Types of questions & the way questions are constructed
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