Using Behavior Codes to Understand Cultural Variability in Survey Question Processing. – NOTE: this takes place on TuesdayISER External Seminars

Over the past several decades, behavior codes have been shown to be a valuable method for investigating respondent-interviewer interactions during survey interviews. Their usefulness for cross-cultural research is less well understood. In this presentation, evidence from research being conducted in Chicago that examines the cross-group validity of behavior codes as measures of question processing will be reviewed.

Presented by:

Timothy Johnson (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Date & time:

22 Mar 2011 16:00 pm

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