What is the difference between an anonymous p185 and confidential p42 mail

What is the difference between an anonymous p185 and

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12. What is the difference between an anonymous (p.185) and confidential (p.42) mail survey? If you have an anonymous mail survey, how do you tell who responded? (p.185) (book and lecture)13. What special problems do you have to plan for in the design of a web-based survey? How is question layout in web-based surveys different from and similar to the question layout in mail questionnaires?(Dillman p.271-299, presentation, and lecture)14. What is the purpose of a pre-letter (Dillman) and a cover letter (p.174)? What are the major components of a good pre-letter and cover letter? How does survey sponsorship affect cover letters and data collection? (book; Dillman p.244-246; and lecture)15. What is an incentive? What types of incentives are there? Under what conditions are incentives effective? Does pre-paying an incentive make a difference in response rates? How much improvement in response rates have been obtained with incentives? What are the pros and cons of using incentives? How do you determine an incentive amount? Can you pay someone too much? (lecture)16. What is an ideal mailing sequence for maximum response rates to a mail survey? Why do we use multiple mailings? What response rates can you expect for each mailing? How do you shorten the time it takes to conduct multiple mailings in a mail research design? (lecture, Dillman, Smyth and Christian (2009)p.242-259)17. What are the best waysto improve response rates to mail surveys? (lecture)18. What is the purpose of a survey pretest? (lecture)19. What is a mixed-mode survey design? What are the pros and cons of this type of design? How does the choice of a survey mode affect survey responses? (lecture)20. Describe the best procedure for administering a questionnaire to 1) a random sample of 500 parents ofhigh school seniors, and 2) a random sample of 5,000 people from Provo, Utah. (student thought)21. How does a telephone interview differ from a face-to-face interview? (lecture)22. How do you select good interviewers? What are "interviewer effects"? How do we avoid them? (lecture)23. What are proper interviewing procedures? What might the respondent like to know? How can youmaximize respondent cooperation? (lecture)24. What is the difference between soft and hard refusals? How do you overcome initial refusals and turnpotential refusals into completed interviews? (lecture)25. What is CATI? CAPI? CASI? What are the advantages and disadvantages of computer assistedinterviews? (lecture)26. Be able to define the key terms for the chapter. (see Key Terms)
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