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Author Schuman, Howard
Title Method and meaning in polls and surveys / Howard Schuman
Imprint Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2008
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 人文社會聯圖  HN29 .S334 2008    AVAILABLE    30610020273702
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  300.723 Sch863 2008    AVAILABLE  -  30500101318536
Descript xiii, 214 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-207) and index
Introduction: Polls and surveys, methods and meanings -- Ordinary questions, survey questions, and policy questions -- The primordial distinction between open and closed attitude questions -- Interpretive survey research : why questions -- Artifacts are in the mind of the beholder -- The survey world and other worlds -- Hunting a social science snark -- Conclusion: A brief look back at meanings and methods, surveys and polls
Introduction: Polls and surveys, methods and meanings -- Ordinary questions, survey questions, and policy questions -- The primordial distinction between open and closed attitude questions -- Interpretive survey research : why questions -- Artifacts are in the mind of the beholder -- The survey world and other worlds -- Hunting a social science snark -- Conclusion: A brief look back at meanings and methods, surveys and polls.
Subject Social surveys
Social sciences -- Research
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