Jednostki niedostępne. Problem wpływu na wyniki badań
|dc.identifier.citation||Ask: Research and Methods. Volume 8, Issue 1 (1999), pp. 67-92||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||I attempt, here, to determine effect of non-available respondents on results of survey research. This analysis is based on the Polish General Social Survey carried out in Poland in 1994, and on its follow-up realized on respondents who were not approached in PGSS. There were two basic questions: (i) whether non-available respondents differ in significant way from the PGSS sample? (ii) how much, and in what direction. this affects conclusions based on the PGSS? I test effect of 'non-availability' in regression models concerning social stratification and various attitudes. Results of the analysis, which may surprise, show that non-available respondents do not affect results of standard analyses in a significant way.||en_US|
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|dc.title||Jednostki niedostępne. Problem wpływu na wyniki badań||en_US|
|dc.title.alternative||Non-available persons: how it affects results of survey research?||en_US|
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