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Quantitative Text Analysis

Beyond the words: methodological challenges in computer techniques for content analysis
Valeria Pandolfini
Coding issues in cognitive mapping of games Full paper DOCX
Roel Popping

Measuring Demographic and Socioeconomic Variables in Cross-national Perspective

Rethinking inequality in cross national comparison: indicators, scale conversions and methodological matters Full paper DOCX
Stefano Poli

Aggregate Data for Multivariate Modeling

Comparing IRT, CFA, and LCA for Assessing the Social Composition of School Classes Full paper PDF
Dominik Becker, Kerstin Drossel, Jasmin Schwanenberg, Nadja Pfuhl, Heike Wendt

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

Causal Analysis of Sequence Pattern: An Empirical Comparison of Two Sequence Complexity Measures
Georgios Papastefanou, Ewa Jarosz

Data Linking Methodology

An agent based approach to building a synthetic population for transport planning for Sydney
Nam Huynh, Francois Lamy, Matthew Berryman, Pascal Perez, Mohammad Reza Namazi Rad

Benchmarks, Standards and Guidelines: Current Best Practice

The Development of Guidelines: Towards Best Practice in Cross-National Data Collection
Beth-Ellen Pennell, Kirsten Alcser, Janet Harkness

Issues Arising in the Collection and Analysis of Incomplete Longitudinal Data

Handling Dropout in the Modelling of Changing Gender Roles
Roger Norman Penn, Damon Stanley Berridge
Methods for handling attrition: an overview
Damon Stanley Berridge, Roger Norman Penn

Combining Content Analysis and Survey Data: Issues, Implications and Perspectives in Individual-level Media Effects Research

Combining content analysis and survey data: How much precision do we need?
Nicole Podschuweit, Christine Heimprecht
Rethinking the Level of Analysis: A Call for Shifting the Perspective of Campaign Effects Research to Multi-level Analysis
Mona Krewel, Julia Partheymüller

Comparative Analysis of Qualitative and Quantitative Data

Developing and validating a cross-national cumulative scale measuring attitudes toward illegal immigrants
Kees van der Veer, Laurens Higler, Susan Woelders, Reidar Ommundsen, Regina Pernice
An Experimental Determination of Perceived Liveability in Sydney Full paper PDF
Mohammad-Reza Namazi-Rad, Francois Lamy, Pascal Perez, Matthew Berryman

Social Simulation and Modelling for Public Policy

Policy modelling and demographic ageing: Long-term health and social care
Roy Lay-Yee, Janet Pearson, Martin von Randow, Oliver Mannion, Peter Davis
Policy modelling and demographic ageing: Primary health care
Roy Lay-Yee, Janet Pearson, Martin von Randow, Oliver Mannion, Peter Davis
Using dynamic microsimulation to inform policy: Effects in childhood
Roy Lay-Yee, Barry Milne, Janet Pearson, Jessica Thomas, Oliver Mannion, Peter Davis
Developing a policy simulation model through engagement with policy end-users.
Barry Milne, Roy Lay-Yee, Oliver Mannion, Jessica Thomas, Janet Pearson

Social Simulation Methods

Modeling and Simulating Recreational Poly-drug Use: an Ontologic Agent-based Approach.
Francois Lamy, Pascal Perez, Terry Bossomaier

New Ethnographies of Crime and Justice

Community studies using ethnographic techniques: still relevant to criminology?
Judy Putt

Qualitative Research and Online Media

Policing and crisis communications: Reading the Riots on Twitter and beyond
Rob Procter, Farida Vis, Alex Voss

The Practicalities of a Qualitative Research Project

Speaking to and speaking back: adding in a 'qualitative component' to an established longitudinal study
Lesley Patterson

Methodological Challenges in Web-based Data Collection

Social research in online context: methodological reflections on web surveys from a case study Full paper PDF
Valeria Pandolfini

Models and Methods in Social Network Analysis

The analysis of positive and negative network ties: Conflict and cooperation in environmental governance
Garry Robins, Lorraine Bates, Philippa Pattison
Application of a hierarchy of exponential random graph models to the analysis of social networks
Philippa Pattison, Garry Robins, Peng Wang

Tracing the City. Methods of Analysing Urban Structures and Transformations

Gaining an ethnographic understanding of an urban place: The rhyme and reason of success and failure
Tracey Michelle Pahor

Indigenous Research Methodologies in the Modern Age

Storytelling as transformative praxis: Is it enough to transform the world?
Hazel Phillips, Moana Mitchell
Kaupapa Māori and the PATH research tool in a post-colonial indigenous context
Kataraina Pipi, Jesse Pirini

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

Food Research in Government – methodologies and challenges
Trevor Webb, Robyn Polisano

Coverage and Nonresponse Issues in Dual Frame RDD Telephone Surveys

Results from the first Australian Dual Frame Omnibus Survey
Mark Chakrit Western, Darren Pennay, Michele Haynes
Measures of mental health stigma, mental health literacy and psychological distress using a dual-frame telephone survey methodology
Nicola Reavley, Darren Walter Pennay

Developments in Time Diary Collection, Archiving and Analysis

Archived dataveillance: Applying theories from Marx and Mead Full paper DOC
Noel Packard
Is it work or who you work with that ruins your day? Examining co-presence, paid work and unpaid work time in America
Roger Patulny

RC33 Eighth International Conference on Social Science Methodology

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