Population-Based Survey Experiments

Published on Jul 5, 2011
Diana C. Mutz30
Estimated H-index: 30
List of Tables ix Preface xi Chapter One: Population-Based Survey Experiments A Hybrid Methodology for the Social Sciences 1 PART I: TREATMENTS FOR POPULATION-BASED EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNS 23 Chapter Two: Treatments to Improve Measurement 25 Chapter Three: Direct and Indirect Treatments 37 Chapter Four: Vignette Treatments 54 Chapter Five: Treatments in the Context of Games 68 PART II: EXECUTION AND ANALYSIS 81 Chapter Six: Execution of Population-Based Survey Experiments 83 Chapter Seven: Analysis of Population-Based Survey Experiments 108 PART III: SITUATING POPULATION-BASED SURVEY EXPERIMENTS 129 Chapter Eight: External Validity Reconsidered 131 Chapter Nine: More Than Just Another Method 155 Bibliography 161 Index 173
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