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Book Chapter Research Methods for Postgraduates (2nd edition) 24

Sampling in Human Studies

Authors

Editors

Tony Greenfield

Publication date

04 Feb 2002

Abstract

This book chapter describes the main issues to be considered when a sample of people (including groups of people such as households, families, etc) is designed for research purposes. Much of the discussion is about sampling for interview surveys, though important sampling issues for other data collection methods are also mentioned.

Notes

Ch. not on CSText. Book in ISER library

#517284


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