Author: J Blanco
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Survey Research Methods has just published a new issue.
What Parcel Tax Records Tell Us About Homeownership Measurement in Surveys (Shiyu Zhang, James Wagner, Elisabeth R. Gerber, Jeffrey D. Morenoff)
Observing Interviewer Performance in Slices or by Traces: A Comparison of Methods to Predict Interviewers’ Individual Contributions to Interviewer Variance (Celine Wuyts, Geert Loosveldt)
Boosting Survey Response Rates by Announcing Undefined Lottery Prizes in Invitation Email Subject Lines Evidence from a Global Randomized Controlled Trial (Syedah Ahmad, Robert Lensink, Annika Mueller)
The Role of the Interviewer in Producing Mode Effects: Results From a Mixed Modes Experiment Comparing Face-to-Face, Telephone and Web Administration (Steven Hope, Pamela Campanelli, Gerry Nicolaas, Peter Lynn, Annette Jäckle)
Answer Refused: Exploring How Item Non-response on Domestic Abuse Questions in a Social Survey Affects Analysis (Valeria Skafida, Fiona Morrison, John Devaney)
Comparing Probability-Based Surveys and Nonprobability Online Panel Surveys in Australia: A Total Survey Error Perspective (Paul John Lavrakas, Darren Pennay, Dina Neiger, Benjamin Phillips)
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The ESRA Podcast has been nominated for the 2022 Market Research Award. The annual award is sponsored by Little Bird Marketing and GreenBook.
Please support our podcast! Voting is open from now until 12 August 2022. You can cast your vote here.
The winner will be announced in September at the IIeX Behavior Conference in Chicago.
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Vera Toepoel (ESRA President & CBS Netherlands), Joost Kappelhof (Netherlands Institute for Social Research & European Social Survey), and Gerry Nicolaas (NatCen Social Research) discuss the future of survey costs.
You can find the podcast here.
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Vera Toepoel (ESRA President & CBS Netherlands), Kea Tijdens (Erasmus University of Rotterdam & WageIndicator), and Carina Cornesse (German Institute for Economic Research & Research Institute Social Cohesion) discuss the use of probability and non-probability samples for survey research.
You can find the podcast here.
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Survey Research Methods has published a new issue.
How to enhance web survey data using metered, geolocation, visual and voice data? (Melanie Revilla)
Nonresponse analysis in a longitudinal smartphone-based travel study
(Peter Lugtig, Katie Roth, Barry Schouten)
Measurement Equivalence in Sequential Mixed-Mode Surveys
(Joseph Sakshaug, Alexandru Cernat, Richard J. Silverwood, Lisa Calderwood, George B. Ploubidis)
Non-Compliance with Indirect Questioning Techniques: An Aggregate and Individual Level Validation (Thomas Krause, Andreas Wahl)
Survey Participation in the Time of Corona: An Empirical Analysis of an Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Survey Participation in Swiss Panel Study
(Rolf Becker, Sara Möser, Nora Moser, David Glauser)
Postscriptum to “Survey Participation in the Time of Corona” (Rolf Becker,
Sara Möser, Nora Moser, David Glauser)
Accounting for cross-country-cross-time variations in measurement invariance testing. A case of political participation (Piotr Koc, Artur Pokropek)
An Evaluation of the quality of interviewer and virtual observations and their value for nonresponse bias reduction (Weijia Ren, Tom Krenzke, Brady West, David Cantor)