Research Methods in Information Science/The research survey

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Surveys are generalizable and replicable.

Instrumentation[edit | edit source]

Knight, G. P., Tein, J. Y., Shell, R., & Roosa, M. (1992). The cross‐ethnic equivalence of parenting and family interaction measures among Hispanic and Anglo‐American families. Child Development, 63(6), 1392-1403.

Limitations[edit | edit source]

Surveys can be obtrusive. Survey respondents can be self-selecting.

Examples[edit | edit source]