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study of interviewer-respondent interaction in the urban employment survey.
Kent H. Marquis
This report was prepared for the Manpower Administration U.S. Department of Labor, under research contract no. 81-24-68-26 authorized by Title I of the Manpower Development and Training Act.
|Statement||Final report submitted to [the] Manpower Administration, U.S. Department of Labor [by] Kent H. Marquis [and] Charles F. Cannell.|
|Contributions||Cannell, Charles F.|
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Keywords: Survey Mode, Self-Administered Questionnaire, Interviewer-Administered Questionnaire Introduction Data collection by survey method is a widely used method especially in social sciences. As with many methods, the survey method is also open to some research errors. The interviewer and the respondent errors constitute aAuthor: Cetin Kalburan, Tugce Aksoy, Selcuk Burak Hasiloglu. administering a survey – And it changes over the course of the data collection period as the interviewer gains within-study experience (e.g., Olson and Peytchev ; Olson and Bilgen ) – In particular, they speed up. • We don’t know what leads to these differences in speed of administering a questionnaire 3.
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Dept of Labor. [Kent H Marquis; Charles F Cornell; University of Michigan. Survey Research Center.]. This book sheds light on verbal interaction problems in survey interviews. It is shown how behavior coding, i.e., coding the utterances of interviewer and respondent while they are answering survey questions, can be used to detect interactional problems.
Several empirical studies using behavior coding are by: 4. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.
A Study of Interviewer–Respondent Interaction in the Urban Employment. Ann Arbor, MI: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan.
McLaughlin, K. Interviewer-Respondent Interaction: A Study of Bias in the Information Interview * J. ALLEN WILLIAMS, JR., University of Washington Although the information interview has become a frequently used methodo-logical tool in the social sciences, a consistent theory explaining sources of bias has not yet been developed.
Interaction coding. A coding scheme was developed by the investigators to identify respondent and interviewer verbal behaviors likely, on theoretical grounds, to be related to quality.
In doing so we drew upon Ongena and Dijkstra's () model of Cited by: 4. 10 Interviewer and respondent interaction in survey interviews and the interaction between the interviewer and respondent.
As Cannell, Oksenberg and Converse (, p. ) already noted, the more ‘traditional’ studies on interviewer effectsFile Size: 1MB. University of Michigan. Survey Research Center: A study of interviewer-respondent interaction in the urban employment survey; prepared for the Manpower Administration, U.
Dept of Labor ([Ann Arbor] Survey Research Center. Reporting on first sexual experience: The importance of interviewer-respondent interaction Article (PDF Available) in Demographic Research 22(11).
“Effects of Interviewer-Respondent Gender Interaction on Attitudes toward Women and Politics: Findings from Morocco.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26(3): Author: Lindsay J. Benstead. View chapter 10 from CJ at Fordson High School.
1 Qualitative Interviewing 2 Qualitative interview is an interaction between an interviewer and. We apply data taken from the fourth survey wave of the household panel study “Labour Market and Social Security” (PASS).
The study started in /07 and was designed for research on unemployment and poverty (Trappmann et al., ). 3 Its dual sampling frame combines a subsample of welfare benefit recipients with a random population Cited by: 7.
Abstract. The research interview, in contrast to other uses of the interview, is not just employed for the purposes of information gathering; as Cannell and Kahn (, p. ) have summarised a widely shared view, “it has to do with that particular quantitative form Author: Michael Brenner.
Included in this second category of survey-specific characteristics for why someone will participate or not are factors such as 1) how busy the person is at the time of the survey request, 2) the person’s general disposition at the time of the survey request, 3) the nature and value of the material incentives, if any, that are offered, 4) the.
Type of respondent interaction required (such as sampling a product, viewing an ad, etc.) In selection a data collection mode, the research balances quality against the.
Because these modes do not allow for interaction between the interviewer and the respondent, mail surveys, mail panels, and e-mail surveys have low flexibility. Diversity of Questions The ______ of questions that can be asked in a survey depends upon the degree of interaction the respondent has with the interviewer and the questionnaire, as.
The interviewer is a critical link in the quality chain. Several types of errors can occur in the dynamic setting of the interview through the interaction among the engagement and innate cognitive abilities of the respondent, the wording of questions, the diligence of the interviewer in following directions, and the tone of voice and personal mannerisms of interviewer.
Factors favoring payment per interview: It is most feasible if each completed interview takes approximately the same amount of interviewer effort, as is more likely in a telephone survey (Pennell et al., ).It is easier to monitor and control interviewer costs than when paying by the hour (Pennell et al., ; Sudman, ) Factors favoring an hourly rate.
The pilot study was not only a test of the feasibility of implementing T-ACASI, but also a test of two other explicit hypotheses: (a) respondents feel more comfortable reporting sensitive sexual behaviors to a computer in a T-ACASI interviewer than to a human in a standard telephone interview, and (b) respondents will be more likely to report Cited by: A fishbone-structured diagram for a process, used as a brainstorming tool to help understand or improve the process.
The main bone represents the process (e.g., interviewer training), and bones coming off of the main bone are pre-identified factors (e.g., training materials) that may affect the quality of the process. From there potential causes (lack of resources and time) and.
Event History Analysis of Interviewer and Respondent 5 been difficult to use behavior codes to study the nature of the interview. Complexity of the interaction among the three elements in the process has made it difficult to analyze behavior coding data.
The shear amount of information is also a formidable barrier. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.Daniel L.
Cork (co-study director) is a senior program officer for the Committee on National Statistics, currently serving as study director of the Panel to Review the Census. He joined the CNSTAT staff in and has served as study director or program officer for several census panels, including the Panels on Residence Rules in the Decennial Census, Research on .Survey Data Quality & the Survey Business.
1 One can easily see from the documents cited below that the role and performance of interviewers, who fill out survey questionnaires, are integral aspects of the survey process and their impact on the reliability and quality of collected data has been extensively studied.
2 These studies have addressed such evident questions Cited by: 5.