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Measuring Demographic and Socioeconomic Variables in Cross-national Perspective

Socio-demographic problem of modern society: age structure, migration and labour force Full paper RTF
Natalya P. Guliaeva

Sampling for Cross-national Surveys

How to estimate the intra-cluster correlation coefficient strictly positively?
Siegfried Gabler, Matthias Ganninger
Investigation of Ways of Handling Sampling Weights for Multilevel Model Analyses
Tianji Cai, Guang Guo
Equality restrictions in the social sciences and impacts on estimators of covariates
Marco Giesselmann, Wolfgang Jagodzinski

Survey Non-response in Comparative Perspective

Weighting for unequal inclusion probabilities and nonresponse in dual frame telephone surveys
Siegfried Gabler, Sabine Haeder

The Role of Structured Metadata in Cross-national Surveys

Use of DDI structured metadata in the production of public-use data files
Peter Granda
Web-based Documentation of Longitudinal Studies
Marcel Hebing, Jan Goebel, Jürgen Schupp

Cluster Analysis

An application of statistical learning to characterisation of 44 international healthcare accreditation organisations
Max Moldovan, Charles Shaw, Wendy Nicklin, Ileana Grgic, Triona Fortune, Stuart Whittaker, Nicholas Nechval, Marjorie Pawsey, David Greenfield, Reece Hinchcliff, Virginia Mumford, Johanna Westbrook, Jeffrey Braithwaite

Sequence Analysis for Social Science Data

Social or Political Change? German Welfare Recipients' Job and Unemployment Trajectories in Motion. An Application of Sequence Analysis.
Ronald Gebauer
A mediator model for exploring the relationship between trust and corruption.
Peter Graeff, Gert Tinggaard Svendsen

Data Quality in Survey-administrative Linked Data

Cadre and Elites? Career Trajectories of Socialist Elites after the Breakdown of the SED-Regime. An Application of Statistical Matching.
Ronald Gebauer

Evaluating Methods for Testing Survey Questions

Combining multiple evaluation methods – Findings from a meta analysis
Michelle Joanna Gray, Debbie Collins, Meera Balarajan, Joanna D'Ardenne
Evaluating the Combination of Questionnaire Pretest Methods in a Field Pretest of a Longitudinal Household Survey in Israel
Galit Gordoni

Understanding Measurement Error in Longitudinal Data (Recall Error, Seam Effects, Spurious Change and Conditioning)

Data accuracy for off-seam months
Peter Lugtig, Tina Glasner

Issues Arising in the Collection and Analysis of Incomplete Longitudinal Data

Projecting probable missing hepatitis C reinfection data given a set of observations and intervals between study visits
Rachel Sacks-Davis, Emma McBryde, Jason Grebely, Margaret Hellard, Peter Vickerman

Integrating Content Analysis with Survey Data: Opportunities and Issues in Political Communication Data Analysis

Linking survey data with media content analysis of TV news coverage to assess the impact of campaigns. The case of N.Sarkozy’s victory in the 2007 French presidential election
Jacques Gerstlé

The Practicalities of a Qualitative Research Project

The 'Magic Pen': Using digitised pen and paper to collect, analyse and link audio and written data
Lisa Gibbs, Colin MacDougall, Karen Block

Methodological Challenges in Web-based Data Collection

Revolution in Social Science Methodology: Possibilities and Pitfalls
Dipak K. Gupta

Developing Rigorous and Ethical Visual Research Methodologies

A process of interpretive engagement for analysing visual images
Marilys Guillemin, Sarah Drew
Engaging children and refugee youth in research by eliciting ‘alternative literacies’
Karen Block, Bjorn Nansen, Lisa Gibbs, Colin MacDougall

Tracing the City. Methods of Analysing Urban Structures and Transformations

When the street space changes – measuring the power of small business actors to capture and transform the mobility value of a street space
Claudine Jane Moutou, Stephen P Greaves

Indigenous Research Methodologies in the Modern Age

Whanau Talk: Exploring collaboration in indigenous centred social research on family communication in New Zealand.
Huia Tomlins Jahnke, Annemarie Gillies, Ani Ruwhiu
Whanau Talk: Examining the implications of interconnectedness and relational epistemologies as frameworks within which to discuss an indigenous centred methodology on family communication in New Zealand.
Huia Tomlins Jahnke, annemarie Gillies, Ani Ruwhiu
Using the Community Capitals Framework to Integrate Tradition Indigenous Knowledge into Local Adaptation Strategies to Climate Change
Edith Fernandez-Baca, Mary Emery, Isabel Gutierrez-Montes, Meredith Redlin

Exploring Collaboration and Partnerships in Social Research

The importance of leadership and mutual understanding for effective health services research collaboration
Reece Amr Hinchcliff, David Greenfield, Johanna Westbrook, Marjorie Pawsey, Max Moldovan, Virginia Mumford, Jeffrey Braithwaite

Studying Food Choices

Rasch analysis of food choice survey data
Michelle Gosse
Portable technologies used in dietary assessment: a systematic review
Luke Gemming, Cliona Ni Mhurchu, Jennifer Utter

New Techniques in Survey Sampling

Estimation of the Intraclass Correlation Coefficient under Cluster Sampling with Non-response
Matthias Ganninger, Siegfried Gabler

Developments in Time Diary Collection, Archiving and Analysis

The Time of Their Lives - Collecting time use data from children in the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC).
Joanne Corey, Jennifer Ann Gallagher, Elisabeth Davis

Improving Survey Quality: General

Techniques to measure sensitive information
Sebastian Sattler, Peter Graeff

Data Analysis Issues

Conversion of a SAS method for nutrient intake into equivalent R method
Michelle Gosse

New technology and social research

Accelerating insight into food safety practices
Helen Elizabeth Kendall, Cassim Ladha, Jurgen Wagner, Bin Gao, Karim Ladha, Dan Jackson, Patrick Olivier, Sharron Kuznesof, Mary Brennan

RC33 Eighth International Conference on Social Science Methodology

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