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100 1  Dörnyei, Zoltán 
245 10 Questionnaires in Second Language Research :|bConstruction,
       Administration, and Processing 
250    2nd ed 
264  1 Florence :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2009 
264  4 |c©2010 
300    1 online resource (200 pages) 
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337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Second Language Acquisition Research Ser 
505 0  Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface to the 
       Second Edition -- Introduction -- 1 Questionnaires in 
       Second Language Research -- 1.1 What Are "Questionnaires" 
       and What Do They Measure? -- 1.1.1 What a Questionnaire Is
       Not -- 1.1.2 What Do Questionnaires Measure? -- 1.2 Using 
       Questionnaires: Pros and Cons -- 1.2.1 Advantages -- 1.2.2
       Disadvantages -- 1.3 Questionnaires in Quantitative and 
       Qualitative Research -- 2 Constructing the Questionnaire -
       - 2.1 General Features -- 2.1.1 Length -- 2.1.2 Layout -- 
       2.1.3 Sensitive Topics and Anonymity -- 2.2 The Main Parts
       of a Questionnaire -- 2.2.1 Title -- 2.2.2 Instructions --
       2.2.3 Questionnaire Items -- 2.2.4 Additional Information 
       -- 2.2.5 Final "Thank You" -- 2.3 Appropriate Sampling of 
       the Questionnaire Content and the Significance of "Multi-
       Item Scales" -- 2.3.1 Appropriate Sampling of the Content 
       -- 2.3.2 Using Multi-Item Scales -- 2.4 "Closed-Ended" 
       Questionnaire Items -- 2.4.1 Rating Scales -- 2.4.2 
       Multiple-Choice Items -- 2.4.3 Rank Order Items -- 2.4.4 
       Numeric Items -- 2.4.5 Checklists -- 2.5 Open-Ended 
       Questions -- 2.5.1 Specific Open Questions -- 2.5.2 
       Clarification Questions -- 2.5.3 Sentence Completion Items
       -- 2.5.4 Short-Answer Questions -- 2.6 How to Write Good 
       Items -- 2.6.1 Drawing Up an "Item Pool" -- 2.6.2 Rules 
       About Writing Items -- 2.6.3 Writing Sensitive Items -- 
       2.7 Grouping and Sequencing Items -- 2.7.1 Clear and 
       Orderly Structure -- 2.7.2 Opening Questions -- 2.7.3 
       Factual (or "Personal" or "Classification") Questions at 
       the End -- 2.7.4 Open-Ended Questions at the End -- 2.8 
       Translating the Questionnaire -- 2.8.1 Translation as a 
       Team-Based Approach -- 2.8.2 Translation with Limited 
       Resources -- 2.9 Computer Programs for Constructing 
       Questionnaires -- 2.10 Piloting the Questionnaire and 
       Conducting Item Analysis -- 2.10.1 Initial Piloting of the
       Item Pool 
505 8  2.10.2 Final Piloting ("Dress Rehearsal") -- 2.10.3 Item 
       Analysis -- 3 Administering the Questionnaire -- 3.1 
       Selecting the Sample -- 3.1.1 Sampling Procedures -- 3.1.2
       How Large Should the Sample Be? -- 3.1.3 The Problem of 
       Respondent Self-Selection -- 3.2 Main Types of 
       Questionnaire Administration -- 3.2.1 Administration by 
       Mail -- 3.2.2 One-to-One Administration -- 3.2.3 Group 
       Administration -- 3.2.4 Online Administration -- 3.3 
       Strategies to Increase the Quality and Quantity of 
       Participant Response -- 3.3.1 Advance Notice -- 3.3.2 
       Attitudes Conveyed by Teachers, Parents, and Other 
       Authority Figures -- 3.3.3 Respectable Sponsorship -- 
       3.3.4 The Presence of a Survey Administrator -- 3.3.5 The 
       Behavior of the Survey Administrator -- 3.3.6 
       Communicating the Purpose and Significance of the Survey -
       - 3.3.7 Emphasizing Confidentiality -- 3.3.8 Reading Out 
       the Questionnaire Instructions -- 3.3.9 The Style and 
       Layout of the Questionnaire -- 3.3.10 Promising Feedback 
       on the Results -- 3.4 Questionnaire Administration, 
       Confidentiality, and Other Ethical Issues -- 3.4.1 Basic 
       Ethical Principles of Data Collection -- 3.4.2 Obtaining 
       Consent for Children -- 3.4.3 Strategies for Getting 
       Around Anonymity -- 4 Processing Questionnaire Data -- 4.1
       Coding Questionnaire Data -- 4.1.1 First Things First: 
       Assigning Identification Codes -- 4.1.2 Coding 
       Quantitative Data -- 4.2 Inputting the Data -- 4.2.1 
       Creating and Naming the Data File -- 4.2.2 Keying in the 
       Data -- 4.3 Processing Closed Questions -- 4.3.1 Data 
       Cleaning -- 4.3.2 Data Manipulation -- 4.3.3 Reducing the 
       Number of Variables in the Questionnaire -- 4.3.4 Main 
       Types of Questionnaire Data -- 4.3.5 Examining the 
       Reliability and Validity of the Data -- 4.3.6 Statistical 
       Procedures to Analyze Data -- 4.4 Content Analysis of Open
       -Ended Questions -- 4.5 Computer Programs for Processing 
       Questionnaire Data 
505 8  4.6 Summarizing and Reporting Questionnaire Data -- 4.6.1 
       General Guidelines -- 4.6.2 Technical Information to 
       Accompany Survey Results -- 4.6.3 Reader-Friendly Data 
       Presentation Methods -- 4.7 Complementing Questionnaire 
       Data with Other Information -- 4.7.1 Questionnaire Survey 
       with Follow-up Interview or Retrospection -- 4.7.2 
       Questionnaire Survey Facilitated by Preceding Interview --
       5 Illustration: Developing a Motivation Questionnaire -- 
       5.1 Construction of the Initial Questionnaire -- 5.1.1 
       Deciding the Content Areas to be Covered in the 
       Questionnaire -- 5.1.2 Designing Items for the Item Pool -
       - 5.1.3 Designing Rating Scales -- 5.1.4 Designing the 
       Personal Information Section -- 5.1.5 Designing 
       Instructions -- 5.1.6 Designing the Questionnaire Format -
       - 5.1.7 Grouping and Organizing Items and Questions -- 5.2
       Translating and Initial Piloting -- 5.3 Final Piloting and
       Item Analysis -- 5.3.1 Missing Values and the Range of 
       Responses -- 5.3.2 The Internal Consistency Reliability of
       the Initial Scales -- 5.3.3 Modification of the Personal 
       Information Items -- 5.4 The Final Version of the Japanese
       Questionnaire and Post Hoc Item Analysis -- 5.5 Adapting 
       the Questionnaire for Use in China and Iran -- Conclusion 
       and Checklist -- References -- Appendix A: Combined List 
       of the Items Included in the Questionnaires Discussed in 
       Chapter 5 -- Appendix B: The Final Version of the 
       Questionnaires Used in Japan, China and Iran -- Appendix C
       : Selected List of Published L2 Questionnaires -- Author 
       Index -- Subject Index 
520    Questionnaires in Second Language Research: Construction, 
       Administration, and Processing is the first guide in the 
       second language field devoted to the question of how to 
       produce and use questionnaires as reliable and valid 
       research instruments. It offers a thorough overview of the
       theory of questionnaire design, administration, and 
       processing, made accessible by concrete, real-life second 
       language research applications. This Second Edition 
       features a new chapter on how an actual scientific 
       instrument was developed using the theoretical guidelines 
       in the book, and new sections on translating 
       questionnaires and collecting survey data on the Internet.
       Researchers and students in second language studies, 
       applied linguistics, and TESOL programs will find this 
       book invaluable, and it can also be used as a textbook for
       courses in quantitative research methodology and survey 
       research in linguistics, psychology, and education 
       departments. 
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