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A Measure of Survey Mode Differences
Date:  Tuesday 5 December 2017
Speaker:  Jeff Gill, Department of Government, American University, Washington DC
Abstract: Jeff will evaluate the effects of different survey modes on respondents' patterns of answers using an entropy measure of variability. While \emph{measures of centrality} show little differences between face-to-face and Internet surveys, he will find strong patterns of \emph{distributional differences} between these modes where Internet responses tend towards more diffuse positions due to lack of personal contact during the process and the social forces provided by that format. The results provide clear evidence that mode matters in modern survey research, and he will make recommendations for interpreting results from different modes.

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Sections of methodology chapter in a phd thesis

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