Mail and telephone surveys: the total design method
Develops a theoretically based system guided by principles of social exchange and administration that ensure high quality surveys at low cost. Presents step-by-step procedures and shows why each step is important. Contains many examples and, where appropriate, contrasts acceptable and unacceptable procedures.
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The Total Design Method
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