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Survey Research Biblio [was Re: Are User Surveys the best approach for defining your audienc]
Subject:Survey Research Biblio [was Re: Are User Surveys the best approach for defining your audienc] From:griggs karen s <tb0ksg1 -at- CORN -dot- CSO -dot- NIU -dot- EDU> Date:Sun, 5 Feb 1995 15:58:26 -0600
I would recommend the following book for anyone planning a survey
Survey Research Methods, revised ed.
by Floyd J. Fowler, Jr.
# 1 in the Applied Social Science Research Methods Series
2455 Teller Rd. Newbury Park, CA 91320
I would be glad to have more discussions about research methods on this list.
kgriggs -at- niu -dot- edu