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American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference

"Public Perception & Societal Conflict"

Arizona Grand Resort—Phoenix, AZ—May 12-15, 2011

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Friday, May 13    
8:00-9:30 a.m. Session: Assessing and Adjusting for Unit Nonresponse Bias  
  Assessment of Bias when Field Operations Are Curtailed in a Mixed-Mode Telephone and Face-to-Face Survey of Persons with Disabilities PDF of Slides | PowerPoint Eric Grau
1:45-3:15 p.m. Session: Methods to Improve Data Quality  
  Ensuring Data Quality: Monitoring the Accuracy and Consistency Among Telephone Interview Monitors Rebecca Weiner, Joe Baker, Claudia Gentile, Jason Markesich, and Shawn Marsh
  Session: Multi-Mode Comparative Data—When Does Mode Matter?  
  Is There a Trade-Off Between Quality and Cost? An Experiment Comparing Telephone and Face-to-Face Responses to the National Beneficiary Survey (NBS) PDF of Slides | PowerPoint Debra Wright, Matt Sloan, and Kirsten Barrett
3:15-4:15 p.m. Poster Session 2  
  Using Scanner Technology to Learn About Foods Acquired by Low-Income Households Nicholas Redel, Holly Matulewicz, Laura Kalb, Nancy Cole
4:15-5:45 p.m. Session: Correlates and Impacts of Unit Nonresponse  
  Should First-Time Sample Members in Longitudinal Establishment Surveys Receive Special Attention? Geraldine Mooney, Elisha Smith, and others
Saturday, May 14    
8:00-9:30 a.m. Session: Cultural Competence in Survey Research—What Is It?  
  Breaking Barriers for Nonstandard Language Speakers in Survey Research PDF of Slides | PowerPoint Erin Panzarella and Julie Ingels
1:20-1:30 p.m. Session: Demonstration 3A  
  Obtaining High Rates of Parental Consent: Additional Evidence for the Field Enrollment Specialist Approach PDF of Slides | PowerPoint Elisha Smith and Susan Sprachman
Sunday, May 15    
10:15-11:45 a.m. Session: Response & Nonresponse Issues in Multi-Mode Surveys  
  Pay to Play: An Incentive Experiment Nicholas Redel