The Silent Minority: Non-respondents In Sample Surveys
Routledge, 9 de jul. de 2019 - 232 páginas
This book provides characteristics of nonrespondents on sample surveys and reports on several empirical studies undertaken to test theories of survey response and nonresponsive behaviour. It presents a predictive model for survey response and evaluates attitudes about surveying.
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