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EPID 7160 - Survey Methodology: Course Guide
Resources for peer-reviewed articles and grey literature about survey development and survey instruments
Respondents to survey questions involving sensitive information, such as sexual behavior, illegal drug usage, tax evasion, and income, may refuse to answer the questions or provide untruthful answers to protect their privacy. This creates a challenge in drawing valid inferences from potentially inaccurate data. Addressing this difficulty, non-rando
Indirect Questioning in Sample Surveys represents a collection of the most important and recent techniques of indirect questioning, used when the issue is about a stigmatizing characteristic, including various versions of randomized response, the item count technique, the nominative technique, the three-card method, non-randomized response models and negative surveys, while also exploring the key aspect of protecting privacy.