Applying Respondent Driven Sampling to Migrant Populations (inbunden)
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Johnston, Lisa / Rodriguez, Leila
XVIII, 126 p.
222 x 146 x 19 mm
317 g
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Applying Respondent Driven Sampling to Migrant Populations (inbunden)

Applying Respondent Driven Sampling to Migrant Populations

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This book gives a thorough introduction to the theoretical and practical aspects of planning, conducting and analysing data from Respondent Driven Sampling surveys, drawing on the experiences of experts in the field as well as pioneers that have applied Respondent Driven Sampling methodology to migrant populations.
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"Respondent driven sampling (RDS) has come a long way since the days of snowball sampling and offers an important new tool for social scientists seeking to study small, rare, and hard-to-find populations. In their book, Guri Tyldum and Lisa G. Johnston offer a definitive guide showing migration researchers to make optimal use of RDS methodologies. Drawing on their incisive understanding of RDS in theory and their extensive experience using RDS in practice they have produced a concise, clear, and eminently readable book that will be of great interest to migration researchers everywhere." - Prof. Douglas S. Massey, Princeton University, United States "This book is a must-read for researchers planning respondent-driven sampling studies of migrant populations. It covers the entire research process from start to finish and is packed with practical advice that is not available elsewhere." - Prof. Matthew Salganic, Princeton University, United States

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Jon Horgen Friberg, Fafo Institute for Labour and Social Research, Norway Cindy Horst, Peace Research Institute Oslo, Norway Leila Rodriguez, University of Cincinnati, USA Joanna Napierala, University of Warsaw, Poland Agnieszka Kubal, University of Oxford, UK Anna Wojtynska, University of Iceland Inna Schvab, International Charitable Foundation, Ukraine Ingunn Bjorkhaug, Fafo Institute for Applied International Studies, Norway Jane Montealegre, Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, USA Antje Roeder, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Renee Luthra, University of Essex, UK


Introduction; Lisa Johnston and Guri Tyldum 1. Sampling Migrants: How Respondent Driven Sampling Works; Lisa Johnston 2. RDS and the Structure of Migrant Populations; Jon Horgen Friberg and Cindy Horst 3. Measuring Personal Network Size in RDS; Lisa G. Johnston, Leila Rodriguez and Joanna Napierala 4. Initiation of the RDS Recruitment Process: Seed Selection and Role; Agnieszka Kubal, Inna Shvab and Anna Wojtynska 5. Deciding on and Distributing Incentives in RDS; Guri Tyldum, Leila Rodriguez, Ingunn Bjorkhaug and Anna Wojtynska 6. Formative Assessment, Data Collection and Parallel Monitoring for RDS Fieldwork; Jane Montealegre, Antje Roeder, and Rojan Ezzati 7. Analyzing Data in RDS; Lisa Kohnston and Renee Luthra Appendix I. Summary Of RDS Surveys Referenced Appendix II. Overview Of The Development Of The Different RDS Estimators, Their Specific Features And The Software Available For Their Use