Quality Monitoring

Fieldwork design in multiple countries: Moving to a model for more on-time monitoring of fieldwork

Salima Douhou, City University of London

New CSDI initiatives for consideration

Tim Johnson, University of Illinois at Chicago, Beth-EllenPennell, University of Michigan, and Lars Lyberg, Inizio

 

Translation and Translation Tools

When offering a translated version is not enough: Hispanic monolinguals' device use and web literacy: Implications for web survey design and testing

Alisú Schoua-Glusberg, Research Support Services

Assessing the impact of different German-language translations of ESS Round 3 items on the resulting data

Dorothée Behr, GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Experiment for testing questionnaire translation methods in the European social survey (ESS): Ask the same question versus more adaptive approaches

Brita Dorer, GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Asking Moses to help with translation verification

Yuri Pettinicchi, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy (MPISOC)

 

Evaluating Data Quality and Identifying Fraudulent Cases During and After Fieldwork

Usage of a method for ex-post identification of falsifications in cross-cultural context

Natalja Menold, GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Identifying fake interviews in a cross-national panel study (SHARE)(SHARE)

Michael Bergmann, Technical University of Munich, Munich Center for the Economics of Aging (MEA)

Monitoring the evolution of the fieldwork power: Illustration based on the seventh round of the European Social Survey

Caroline Vandenplas, KU Leuven

Effects of fieldwork delay on subjective wellbeing results due to seasonality in the 4th European Quality of Life Survey

Eszter Sandor, Eurofound

“Curbstoning”: case study of an elaborate interviewer falsification scheme and new procedures to prevent interviewer fabrication

Frederic Malter, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy (MPISOC)

Using timestamps for the evaluation of data quality

Gijs van Houten, Eurofound

 

Innovative Uses of Technology & Tools

A geographic analysis on literacy in multilingual and multicultural contexts

Suehye Kim, UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning

Optimizing interactive voice response data quality: Lessons learned from Bangladesh, Tanzania & Uganda

Abigail Greenleaf, Johns Hopkins University

The DGML R Package: Documenting and generating multilingual questionnaires with explicit reference to a XML structure

Dominique Joye, FORS, University of Lausanne

CAMCES tool demo

Silke Schneider, GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

 

Web Surveys

Device switching: What we learned from web survey logins

Gina Cheung, University of Michigan

Where do web surveys work? A multilevel meta-analytical approach to determine country-level impact on response modes

Jessica Wengrzik, GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

 

Interviewers in 3MC Surveys

Do bilingual interviewers perform differently than monolinguals?

Emilia Peytcheva, RTI International

Interviewer effects in a multilingual face-to-face survey on financial behavior: Evidence from Zambia

Markus Frölich, University of Mannheim

Planning and evaluation of a doorstep training initiative for bilingual interviewers at the U.S. Census bureau

Patricia Goerman, U.S. Census Bureau

 

Comparative Measures in 3MC Research

Using experiments to reducing comparison error in crossnational surveys with special focus on question wording

Tom W. Smith, NORC at the University of Chicago

Measuring total net household income in interviews of crossnational social surveys with an emphasis on comparative research

Uwe Warner, University of Giessen, Germany

Measuring labour status in interviews of cross-national social surveys with an emphasis on comparative research

Jürgen Hoffmeyer-Zlotnik, University of Giessen, Germany

 

Synergies for Europe's Research Infrastructures in the Social Sciences (SERISS)

Design and recruitment of a probability based cross-national online survey (CRONOS) panel

Elena Sommer, City University London

The use of sampling frames in European studies

Annette Scherpenzeel, Economics of Aging, Technical University of Munich

The Translation Management Tool (TMT) used for a survey applying the TRAPD model: The example of the European social survey (ESS), Round 8

Brita Dorer, GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

 

The Data Harmonization Explosion: New Developments from the Field

Validity and comparability of the educational attainment measure in OECD PIAAC study

Silke Schneider, GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Applying ex-post harmonization of corruption items from cross-national survey projects

Ilona Wysmulek, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Item-level controls for ex-post harmonization of crossnational survey data: Theoretical arguments and empirical illustration

Kazimierz M. Slomczynski, CONSIRT at The Ohio State University and the Polish Academy of Sciences

Self-identification of occupation in web-surveys: Respondents choice between autosuggest and search tree

Kea Tijdens, University of Amsterdam/AIAS

Harmonization of the minority status: Case of the Russian speaking minority in the former Soviet states

Olena Oleksiyenko, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences

 

Response Style Bias

Item attributes as drivers of acquiescent response style

Rachel Davis, University of South Carolina

Classifying acquiescent respondents: convergence or divergence of categorization approaches?

Sunghee Lee, University of Michigan

 

Cross-cultural Survey Guidelines and Short Courses: Update

New and expanded cross-cultural survey guidelines

Beth-Ellen Pennell, Julie de Jong, Jamal Ali, University of Michigan

 

Questionnaire Development

Maximizing questionnaire design in cross-national and crosscultural surveys

Tom W. Smith, NORC at the University of Chicago

The longer, the better? Selection of appropriate crossnational indicators of response quality in open ended questions

Katharina Meitinger, GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Ingroup bias and its implications for using visual images in computerized surveys

Sunghee Lee, University of Michigan

 

Interview Privacy

Measuring third-party presence during face-to-face interviews: Respondent and interviewer predictor effect on reporting sensitive attitudes in Jordan and Turkey

Julie de Jong, University of Michigan

Cross-national establishment survey about interview privacy practices

Zeina Mneimneh, University of Michigan

 

Advancing 3MC Survey Research and Other Topics

The effect of respondent commitment on response quality in two online surveys

Kristen Cibelli Hibben, University of Michigan

3MC project management

Peter Ph. Mohler, COMPASS

Advancing 3MC survey research

Tim Johnson, University of Illinois at Chicago

Lars Lyberg, Inizio