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Published by Technology Information, Forecasting & Assessment Council, Dept. of Science & Technology in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

PRIORITY 3.

Other titlesScientific surveys
SeriesStatus of science and technology in India ;, TIFAC-P-42
ContributionsTechnology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (India)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQ180.I5 S83 1996 vol. 15, IN PROCESS
The Physical Object
Pagination122 p. ;
Number of Pages122
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL509229M
LC Control Number98907037

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Scientific surveys are designed to minimize and account for these known tendencies. Randomly selected samples and objective questions are two principal elements in a scientific survey. By paying attention to these factors, survey takers and consumers can learn to recognize a survey as scientific—or not.

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The Workshop on Decadal Science Strategy Surveys was held on November, to promote discussions of the use of National Research Council (NRC) decadal surveys for developing and implementing scientific priorities, to review lessons learned from the most recent surveys, and to identify potential approaches for future surveys that can.

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Written with the needs and goals of a novice researcher in mind, this fully updated Third Edition provides an accurate account of how modern surveys are actually designed and conducted. Much more than a “how-to” guide, this up-to-date and accessible book presents the material in a social science context and teaches readers to think through decisions about sample design, questionnaire.

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