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SOCY 5516 Survey Methodology (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

This applied course is designed for undergraduate students with a prior background in statistics at the level of SOCY2200 (Statistics) and for graduate students with a prior background in statistics at the level of SOCY7702 (Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis). The course will lead students through the design, collection, and analysis of their own surveys. Major topics will include research ethics, sampling, item selection, modes of response, interviewer effects, nonresponse, and data management and analysis. Qualtrics and SPSS will be used to design internet surveys and analyze the resulting data, respectively.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Sara Moorman

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 26-Feb-14