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A Practical Introduction to Survey Design
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A Practical Introduction to Survey Design
A Beginner's Guide

  • Haydn Aarons - Australian Catholic University in Melbourne, Australia


December 2020 | 340 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Through templates and real-world examples, this step-by-step guide clearly illustrates what good and bad data look like in order to give students the confidence in how to assess and critique data quality, while showing them how to build an effective survey around their research questions.

Survey research is also contextualised within the wider research process and broader research challenges. Similarly, through analysis of extant surveys and survey data from global contexts, common errors help highlight how to use secondary data well.

With a pragmatic approach that helps students learn what they need to with limited time, this book:

• Highlights good sampling techniques and provides templates for contacting potential participants in order to secure an appropriate sample population.

• Contains plenty of visual and engaging pedagogy, such as SPSS screenshots, chapter aims, case studies and exercises.

• Includes an online resources page with videos, templates, case studies, SRM content, and end of chapter reflective questions.
 
Chapter 1 Surveys: data, uses, and contexts
 
Chapter 2 Types of Surveys: Components and Limitations
 
Chapter 3 Survey design and the research process
 
Chapter 4 Concepts: what’s the big idea?
 
Chapter 5 Dimensions, sub-dimensions, and indicators
 
Chapter 6 Constructing survey questions
 
Chapter 7 Conceptual models: mapping concepts and preparing for analysis
 
Chapter 8 Survey administration
 
Chapter 9 Survey design and data analysis: from questions to data and from plan to action
 
Chapter 10 Pulling it all together: a survey design and survey research example

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