Survey Methods in Multinational, Multiregional, and Multicultural Contexts (häftad)
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Lyberg, Lars E. (förf)/Mohler, Peter Ph. (förf)/Pennell, Beth-Ellen (förf)/Smith, Tom (förf)/Vijver, Fons J.R.Van De (förf)
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Survey Methods in Multinational, Multiregional, and Multicultural Contexts (häftad)

Survey Methods in Multinational, Multiregional, and Multicultural Contexts

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Written and edited by experts in the fields, S urvey Methods in Multicultural, Multinational, and Multiregional Contexts provides an overview of comparative multinational, multiregional, and multicultural issues in survey methodology. Part of the Wiley Series in Survey Methodology, this volume explores the issue of quality in multipopulation surveys and the level of methodological expertise in comparative survey research. The text, including models of design, multilingual issues, and more on developing countries, is fundamental for statisticians, researchers, and students interested in design and implementation of international, national, and cultural comparative surveys.
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JANET A. HARKNESS, PhD, is Director and Graduate Chair of the Survey Research and Methodology Program and Gallup Research Center at the University of Nebraska Lincoln. MICHAEL BRAUN, PhD, is Senior Consultant at GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (Germany). BRAD EDWARDS is Vice President and Associate Director at Westat, Inc. TIMOTHY P. JOHNSON, PhD, is Professor and Director of the Survey Research Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Chicago. LARS LYBERG, PhD, is Chief Scientist at Statistics Sweden. PETER PH. MOHLER, PhD, is Professor at University of Mannheim (Germany). BETH-ELLEN PENNELL, PhD, is Director of Survey Research Operations at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. TOM W. SMITH is Director of the General Social Survey at the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago.


CONTRIBUTORS. PREFACE. PART I SETTING THE STAGE. 1 Comparative Survey Methodology (Janet A. Harkness, Michael Braun, Brad Edwards, Timothy P. Johnson, Lars Lyberg, Peter Ph. Mohler, Beth-Ellen Pennell, and Tom W. Smith). 2 Equivalence, Comparability, and Methodological Progress (Peter Ph. Mohler and Timothy P. Johnson). PART II QUESTIONNAIRE DEVELOPMENT. 3 Designing Questionnaires for Multipopulation Research (Janet A. Harkness, Brad Edwards, Sue Ellen Hansen, Debra R. Miller, and Ana Villar). 4 Creating Questions and Protocols for an International Study of Ideas About Development and Family Life (Arland Thornton, Alexandra Achen, Jennifer S. Barber, Georgina Binstock, Wade M. Garrison, DirghaJ. Ghimire, Ronald Inglehart, Rukmalie Jayakody, Yang Jiang, Julie de Jong, Katherine King, Ron J. Lesthaeghe, Sohair Mehanna, Colter Mitchell, Mansoor Moaddel, Mary Beth Ofstedal, Norbert Schwarz, Guangzhou Wang, Yu Xie, Li-Shou Yang, Linda N Young-DeMarco, andKathryn Yount). 5 Managing the Cognitive Pretesting of Multilingual Survey Instruments: A Case Study of Pretesting of the U.S. Census Bureau Bilingual Spanish/English Questionnaire (Patricia L. Goerman and Rachel A. Caspar). 6 Cognitive Interviewing in Non-English Languages: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (Yuling Pan, Ashley Landreth, Hyunjoo Park, Marjorie Hinsdale-Shouse, and Alisu Schoua-Glusberg). PART III TRANSLATION, ADAPTATION, AND ASSESSMENT. 7 Translation, Adaptation, and Design (Janet A. Harkness, Ana Villar, and Brad Edwards). 8 Evaluation of a Multistep Survey Translation Process (Gordon B. Willis, Martha Stapleton Kudela, Kerry Levin, Alicia Norberg, Debra S. Stark, Barbara H. Forsyth, Pat Dean Brick, David Berrigan, Frances E. Thompson, Deirdre Lawrence, and Anne M. Hartman). 9 Developments in Translation Verification Procedures in Three Multilingual Assessments: A Plea for an Integrated Translation and Adaptation Monitoring Tool (Steve Dept, Andrea Ferrari, and Laura Wayrynen). PART IV CULTURE, COGNITION, AND RESPONSE. 10 Cognition, Communication, and Culture: Implications for the Survey Response Process (Norbert Schwarz, Daphna Oyserman, and Emilia Peytcheva). 11 Cultural Emphasis on Honor, Modesty, or Self-Enhancement: Implications for the Survey-Response Process (Ayse K. Uskul, Daphna Oyserman, and Norbert Schwarz). 12 Response Styles and Culture (Yongwei Yang, Janet A. Harkness, Tzu-Yun Chin, and Ana Villar). PART V KEY PROCESS COMPONENTS AND QUALITY. 13 Quality Assurance and Quality Control in Cross-National Comparative Studies (Lars Lyberg and Diana Maria Stukel). 14 Sampling Designs for Cross-Cultural and Cross-National Survey Programs (Steven G. Heeringa and Colm I 'Muircheartaigh). 15 Challenges in Cross-National Data Collection (Beth-Ellen Pennell, Janet A. Harkness, Rachel Levenstein, and Martine Quaglia). 16 A Survey Process Quality Perspective on Documentation (Peter Ph. Mohler, Sue Ellen Hansen, Beth-Ellen Pennell, Wendy Thomas, Joachim Wackerow, and Frost Hubbard). 17 Harmonizing Survey Data (Peter Granda, Christof Wolf, and Reto Hadorn). PART VI NONRESPONSE. 18 The Use of Contact Data in Understanding Cross-National Differences in Unit Nonresponse (Annelies G. Blom, Annette Jackie, and Peter Lynn). 19 Item Nonresponse and Imputation of Annual Labor Income in Panel Surveys from a Cross-National Perspective (Joachim R. Frick and Markus M. Grabka). PART VII ANALYZING DATA. 20 An Illustrative Review of Techniques for Detecting Inequivalences (Michael Braun and Timothy P. Johnson). 21 Analysis Models for Comparative Surveys (Joop J. Hox, Edith de Leeuw, andMatthieu J.S. Brinkhuis). 22 Using Polytomous Item Response Theory to Examine Differential Item and Test Functioning: The Case of Work Ethic (David J. Woehr and John P. Meriac). 23 Categorization Errors and Differences in the Quality of Questions in Comparative Surveys (Daniel Oberski, Willem E. Saris, and Jacques A. Hagenaars). 24 Making Methods Meet: Mixed Design in Cross-