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Nonresponse in Detroit area study surveys

Darnell Felix Hawkins

Nonresponse in Detroit area study surveys

a ten year analysis

by Darnell Felix Hawkins

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Published by Institute for Research in Social Science, University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Michigan,
  • Detroit Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Social surveys -- Response rate -- Michigan -- Detroit Region.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 183-186.

      StatementDarnell Felix Hawkins.
      SeriesWorking papers in methodology ;, no. 8
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN29 .H36
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 186 p. ;
      Number of Pages186
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4556107M
      ISBN 100891430326
      LC Control Number77026098
      OCLC/WorldCa3516987

      The National Politics Study: Ethnic Pluralism and Politics in the 21st Century. Vincent Hutchings and Cara Wong, University of Michigan; Ron E. Brown, Wayne State University; James S. Jackson, University of Michigan. A Multiethnic Measure of Racial Residential Preferences: New Results from Chicago and Detroit. SOURCE: MSA, CMSA, PMSA, and NECMA codes were taken from the County and City Data Book, Appendix are included in the NLSY79 geocode files. Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Areas (CMSAs) and Associated Primary Metropolitan Statistical Areas (PMSAs).

      The report of the international workshop on using multi-level data from sample frames, auxiliary databases, paradata and related sources to detect and adjust for nonresponse bias in surveys. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 23 (3), This technique randomly selects the last four digits of a telephone number from a telephone exchange. (An exchange is the first three telephone numbers after the area code). This type of sample gets around the problem of using a telephone book as a sampling frame; however, other types of .

      No telephone surveys because people would distrust the call. A web survey would have nonresponse bias. Feedback: This is a difficult sampling problem. Restroom users are usually in a hurry and do not wish to talk to anyone while entering or leaving the facility. Thus, direct observation or . Teaching assistant, Detroit Area Study, Department of Sociology, University of Michigan. Summer intern, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. Senior researcher to chief researcher, Division for Group Interaction, HSRC. Researcher, Division for .


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Darnell F. Hawkins is the author of Our Children, Their Children ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Ethnicity, Race, and Crime ( /5(4).

Book. Jan ; Introduction to Volume 20 Nonresponse in Detroit Area Study Surveys: A Ten-Year Analysis a career-long and continuing effort by the author to bridge the disciplinary. As a result, the sampled persons may decide on participation in advance, provided that they read the advance letter.

2 The hypothesis about the risk of nonresponse bias in time use surveys. As part of this experience, students conduct telephone interviews at CSR. SRP began in as the Indianapolis Area Project (IAP), originally modeled after the University of Michigan’s Detroit Area Study, and the topics covered in the survey vary from year to year depending on the investigator.

This analysis is based on data gathered in face-to-face surveys conducted in metropolitan Chicago and Detroit. The Detroit Area Study (DAS) and the Chicago Area Study (CAS) were multi-stage area probability samples of adults 21 years and older living in households in the Detroit Tri-County Area (Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties) in Michigan Cited by: design and selection of national and regional samples for surveys conducted by the Survey Research Center.

Lecturer, Department of Sociology. Study Director, Survey Research Center. Director, Detroit Area Study, Department of Sociology. Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology.

Using interview data from the Survey of College Students Social Attitudes and the Detroit Area Study, we document the prevalence of four story lines and two types of testimonies among.

We gathered data from a face-to-face survey administered in to a representative, population-based sample of Arab American adults residing in the greater Detroit area. Results. Overall, 25% of the respondents reported post–September 11 personal or familial abuse, and 15% reported that they personally had a bad experience related to their Cited by: Teaching assistant, Detroit Area Study, Department of Sociology, University of Michigan.

Summer intern, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. Researcher to chief researcher, Division for Group Interaction, Institute for Sociological and Demographic Research (ISODEM) of the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC).

With the rise of research funding in the social sciences, more and more sample surveys took place. Survey research centers grew throughout the country's universities.

The University of Michigan used the Detroit Area Study, an annual sample survey of Detroit households, to teach many cohorts of graduate students the rudiments of the by: Detroit Metropolitan Area Communities Study (DMACS): A Collaborative Information and Innovation Platform for the Region Kresge Foundation 2/1/ – 1/31/ 1/1/ – 9/29/ $, As Metro Detroit emerges from bankruptcy and the Great Recession, decision-makers throughout the region face the daunting challenge of.

Director, Detroit Area Study, Sociology Department, University of Michigan, Head, Field Office, Survey Research Center, University of Michigan. Here, two surveys are examined in which, different questionnaire designs were used by field interviewers to administer the same set of survey questions to a randomly selected adult in households that comprised area probability samples of the Detroit, Michigan, metropolitan area.

The later study was designed to replicate a survey completed a few Cited by: 5. AAPOR Announces Leadership Team. Washington, DC - Ap -- The incoming president of the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR,) the nation's leading association for public opinion researchers, today announced the.

What kind of sampling method would you suggest in order to tabulate the number of formulas on a typical page of the Doane-Seward textbook. Defend your choice. Pages are numbered so a simple random sample would be easy, or a systematic sample (e.g., every 20 th page starting at page 17).

Case could be made for cluster or stratified samples (e.g., by chapter or topic). A consummate social scientist, Jean trained a generation of students in the science and art of survey methods.

As Associate Director and Director of the Detroit Area Study at Michigan, she was an exacting teacher and mentor, generous with her time and support. This presentation explores how water rates are impacting the lives of low-income residents in the Detroit metropolitan region.

The study, conducted between October - Marchutilized quantitative and qualitative methods to provide a regional outlook and assessment of water affordability.Executive Council Press Release. He is the author or co-author of four book chapters about polls and their methodology, and a past editorial board member of the Newspaper Research Journal.

She also directed the Detroit Area Study at the University of Michigan for six years and lectured in the Department of Sociology.Verba-Nie Political Participation in America study.

Their book indicated that one group was “church- on the and Detroit Area Study showed some major shifts. But when the coders went research community—such as methods for reducing nonresponse, experience with Web surveys, and strategies for recruiting and retaining.