Presentations and Authors

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Using official data sources for model building

Rebalancing care for older people: Simulating policy options using official data
Roy Lay-Yee, Janet Pearson, Peter Davis

Interviews, interviewing and mode effects

lessons learnt from a failure of photo-elicitation interview method in a Chinese case study XML
Yingying Li, Cynthia Wang

Innovations in Automated Data Collection (Part 1)

Using paradata to monitor interviewer’s behavior: A case study from a national survey in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Yu-chieh (Jay) Lin, Jennifer Kelley, Zeina Mneimneh, Beth-Ellen Pennell

Social network analysis: Applied studies and substantive topics

Multilevel network analysis using ERGMs and ALAAMs
Peng Wang, Garry Robins, Philippa Pattison, Emmanuel Lazega

Structural Equation Modelling in Social Sciences

Application of a hidden Markov model to assess the transitions of smoking and quitting
Jeong Kyu Lee, Christopher Magee, Laura Robinson

Studying Hard to Locate Populations

Conducting sensitive research in volatile online environments: the Silk Road story
Monica Jane Barratt, Alexia Maddox, Simon Lenton, Matthew Allen

Studying Organisations: Surveys and Other Methods

Analysis of free text response data in large surveys: a comparison between manual and automated analyses
Gillian Little, Arwen Mow-Lowry, Tony Cotton, Fiona Buick, Blackman Deborah
Use of photo-elicitation to gain insights into the nature of self-managed teams in the academic world XML
Josephine Pryce, Taha Chaiechi, Sue Ciccotosto, Heron Loban

Big Data - What can we learn and do? (Part 2)

Methodology for Sociolinguistic Social Network Analysis of Facebook
David Glance, Wei Liu, Shenlong Gu

Innovations in Automated Data Collection (Part 2)

Using photo elicitation to understand customer experiences – Some lessons learned XML
Wei LIU, Beverley Sparks, Alexandra Coghlan

ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference

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