Kontrola w badaniach surveyowych: pytania i odpowiedzi
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Other Titles:The Control in Survey Research: Questions and Answers
Citation:Ask: Research and Methods. Volume 1, Issue 1 (1995), pp. 49-60
It aims to cast some light on the questions concerning control of interviewers in survey research. Control is regarded here as constitutive link in attempts to improve quality of the fieldwork both on the part of process of interviewing and on the part of collected data. I argue that controlling design is organized around three following questions: (l) what is to be controlled (subject), (2) to what extent (scope), (3) which method of control applies (technique). Basing on these criteria one can figure out several various schemes of control. Adding to these, the choice of specific schema should be informed by the question of validity of data received from control.
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