Live Panel Sessions

Thursday, April 8th, 2021, 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. EST

 

On the Feasibility of Web Interviews for Cross-national Social Science Surveys: Evidence from the Generations and Gender Programme Push-to-web Experiment*

Chair: Arianna Caporali, French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED)

*See Pre-recorded sessions for three additional presentations

 

Can We Successfully Use a Push-To-Web Survey in a Cross-National Survey? Results from Three Large Cross-National Experiments

Tom Emery, ODISSEI, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

Peter Lugtig, University of Utrecht

Vera Toepoel, University of Utrecht

Susana Cabaço, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute

Martin Bujard, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Almut Schumann, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Detlev Lück, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Robert Naderi, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

 

How Accurately Will the New GGS Measure Demographic Key Indicators? Findings from a Three-Country Experiment on Alternative Survey Designs

Martin Bujard, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Detlev Lück, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Almut Schumann, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Robert Naderi, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Tom Emery, ODISSEI, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

Susana Cabaço, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NiDi)

Peter Lugtig, University of Utrecht

Vera Toepoel, University of Utrecht

 

Lessons Learnt from the GGS 2018 Three-Country Experiment for Designing a Pilot in E/SE Asia

Stuart Gietel-Basten, Center for Aging Science & Division of Social Science, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)

Christian Joy Cruz, Center for Aging Science & Division of Public Policy, HKUST

Laurent Toulemon, French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED)

 

Virtual Social Event on Kumospace starts immediately following session.

 

 

Friday, April 9th, 2021, 8:30 a.m – 10:00 a.m. EST

 

The European Social Survey during COVID

Chair: Rory Fitzgerald, European Social Survey ERIC

 

The European Social Survey during COVID: Using Video Interviews and Other Innovations

Tim Hanson, European Social Survey ERIC

 

The European Social Survey during COVID: A 3 Country Push to Web Experiment

Rory Fitzgerald, ESS ERIC

 

The European Social Survey during COVID: Developing an Electronic Questionnaire Device

Rory Fitzgerald, ESS ERIC

Debbie Collins, NatCen Social Research

Joanna D’Ardenne, NatCen Social Research

May Doušak, University of Ljubljana

Maurice Martens, CentERdata

 

Virtual Social Event on Kumospace starts immediately following session.

 


 

Pre-Recorded Sessions

Available March 22, 2021

 

 

On the Feasibility of Web Interviews for Cross-national Social Science Surveys: Evidence from the Generations and Gender Programme Push-to-web Experiment*

*Companion session to the live panel session on April 8th, 2021

 

Which Incentive Works Best? Findings from a Push-to-Web Experiment in the GGS Context in Germany

Robert Naderi, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Almut Schumann, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Detlev Lück, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Martin Bujard, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Norbert F. Schneider, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

 

The Generations & Gender Survey: Breakoffs in a Very Long Online Survey

Susana Cabaço, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NiDi)

Tom Emery, ODISSEI, Erasmus Universiteit

Fadel, Université Catholique de Louvain

 

Lessons Learnt from the GGS 2018 Three-Country Experiment for Designing a Pilot in France

Laurent Toulemon, French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED)

Milan Bouchet-Valat, INED

 

Ruxandra Breda-Popa, INED

Géraldine Charrance, INED

Efi Markou, INED

Gwennaëlle Brilhault, INED

 

 

AAPOR/WAPOR Task Force Report Quality in Comparative Surveys

 

AAPOR/WAPOR Task Force Report Quality in Comparative Surveys

Julie de Jong, University of Michigan

Kristen Cibelli Hibben, National Center for Health Statistics – CDC

 

 

Survey Translation in the Digital Age

 

Translators and Programmers Tasks in Producing Translated Electronic Instruments: who does what?

Alisú Schoua-Glusberg, Research Support Services Inc.

 

Translation Research Meets Survey Methodology: Transferring Principles from Software Localization to Technical Instrument Design and Translation

Dorothée Behr, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

 

Survey Translation 4.0

Veronika Keck, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Dorothée Behr, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Brita Dorer, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

 

Questionnaire Translation and Review: Life Outside Excel Without Loss of Information. Using LQE in the CAT Tool to Document Linguists’ Interventions

Manuel Souto Pico, cApStAn

Steve Dept, cApStAn

Briac Pilpré, core OmegaT dev

 

 

Translation Challenges in Cross-cultural Survey Projects

 

Coding and Translation Issues of Open-Ended Questions in a Cross-Cultural Context

Brita Dorer, GESIS

Evi Scholz, GESIS

Cornelia Züll, formerly GESIS

 

The Wondrous Adaptation Cycle of a PISA2018 Questionnaire Item (and Subsequent Mutations)

Shinoh Lee, cApStAn, shinoh.lee@capstan.be Elica Krajceva, cApStAn, elica.krajceva@capstan.be

 

Advance Translation at a Large Survey Organization: Navigating the Potential Obstacles

Patricia Goerman, US Census Bureau

Mikelyn Meyers, US Census Bureau

Brita Dorer, GESIS

Elyzabeth Gaumer

 

 

Questionnaire Development and Testing

 

Results of a Mixed-Methods Approach to Understanding the Performance of Self-Rated Health Questions in the United States

Kristen Cibelli, US National Center for Health Statistics

 

Survey Question Order Influences Respondent Engagement

Luke Plutowski, LAPOP, Vanderbilt University

Liz Zechmeister, LAPOP & Dept. of Political Science @ Vanderbilt University

 

Quality Indicators of Web Probing Responses and Bias in Cross-Cultural Web Surveys

Dörte Naber, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

José-Luis Padilla, Universidad de Granada

 

 

Achieving Comparability

 

Applying the Total Survey Error Paradigm to Comparative Surveys: Comparison Error Lessons from the International Social Survey Programme (ISSP)

Tom W Smith, NORC at the University of Chicago

 

In Harmony: Comparison of the European Social Survey and the European Values Study Questionnaires

Eva Aizpurua, European Social Survey HQ – City, University of London

Angelica Maineri, Tilburg University

Rory Fitzgerald, ESS ERIC – City, University of London

Vera Lomazzi, GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences

Ruud Luijkx, Tilburg University

 

Examining Measurement Invariance of Depression among Male and Female in the China Health and Retirement Survey

Mengyao Hu, University of Michigan

Edmundo Roberto Melipillán, Universidad del Desarrollo

 

 

Minimizing Measurement Error

 

What Drives Item Nonresponse in a 3MC Context?

Katharina Meitinger, Utrecht University

Timothy Johnson,  University of Illinois at Chicago/NORC

 

Optimal Sample Design for RDD Telephone Surveys across Europe

Femke De Keulenaer, Ipsos

 

 

Interviewer Effects and Monitoring Interviewers

 

Tackling Undesirable Interviewer Behavior in the ESS

Roberto Briceno-Rosas, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Joost Kappelhof, The Netherlands Institute for Social Researc/SCP

Daniela Ackermann-Piek, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

May Doušak, University of Ljubljana

Rebekka Kluge, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Jannine van de Maat, The Netherlands Institute for Social Researc/SCP

Paulette Flore, The Netherlands Institute for Social Researc/SCP

 

Live Monitoring of Progress, Performance and Quality of Multi-Country CAPI Fieldwork

Jamie Burnett, Kantar

Kateryna Stelmakh, Kantar

 

PMA Data Quality Dashboard: A Business Analytics Solution for Interviewer Error Monitoring

Shulin Jiang, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

 

 

Data Collection Challenges and Solutions

 

Modularising the European Working Conditions Survey to Reduce Interview Duration

Christopher White, Eurofound

 

Abstract: As a result of the emergence of Coronavirus and lockdowns, European Working

 

When Do More Contact Attempts Become Too Many Contact Attempts? A Review of Recent CATI Outcomes in Europe

Alexandra Castillo, Pew Research Center

 

Lessons Learned From Eurofound’s Large-Scale Living, Working and COVID-19 E-Survey

Daphne Ahrendt, Eurofound

Eszter Sandor, Eurofound

Massimiliano Mascherini, Eurofound

Tadas Leoncikas, Eurofound

 

Survey Mode and Fieldwork Effort – Their Impact on the Quality of Measurement. A Meta-analysis Based on the Data from ISSP 1996-2015

Adam Rybak, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan

 

 

Innovative Methods and Technology

 

Interviewers’ Training: Do E-Learning Platforms Make the Grade?

Magali Rheault, Gallup

Zacc Ritter, Gallup

Julie Zeplin, Gallup

 

Building a New Probabilistic Panel in France, Germany and Greece Using a Mixed Mode Methodology

Jamie Burnett, Kantar

 

2020 Census Language Support Program: Overview and Findings from the Most Robust Program Built by the U.S. Census Bureau

Lily Kapaku, U.S. Census Bureau

 

Small Area Estimation Development and Dissemination for US PIAAC

Thomas Krenzke, Westat

 

A Sample Management Service for Cross-National Internet Surveys

Geneviève Michaud, Sciences Po

Quentin Agren (Sciences Po)

Rory Fitzgerald (ESS)

Gianmaria Bottoni (ESS)

Agnalys Michaud (Sciences Po)

 

Blaise’s Case Management Application (CMA) Demo

Gina Cheung, University of Michigan-SRC

Lon Hofman, CBS

Jennifer Kelley, University of Michigan-SRC

 

 

What can the Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) do for Comparative Surveys?

 

Introduction to the DDI

Hayley Mills, CLOSER, UCL Social Research Institute, University College London

Hilde Orten, NSD – Norwegian Centre for Research Data

Anja Perry GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences

 

Study and Variable Description with DDI

Hayley Mills, CLOSER, UCL Social Research Institute, University College London

 

Questions and Instruments in DDI

Hilde Orten, NSD – Norwegian Centre for Research Data