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Factorial Survey Experiments

Author : Katrin Auspurg
ISBN : 9781483324302
Genre : Social Science
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Filling a gap in the literature of the field, Factorial Survey Experiments provides researchers with a practical guide to using the factorial survey method to assess respondents’ beliefs about the world, judgment principles, or decision rules through multi-dimensional stimuli (“vignettes”) that resemble real-life decision-making situations. Using insightful examples to illustrate their arguments, authors Katrin Auspurg and Thomas Hinz guide researchers through all relevant steps, including how to set up the factorial experimental design (drawing samples of vignettes and respondents), how to handle the practical challenges that must be mastered when an experimental plan with many different treatments is embedded in a survey format, and how to deal with questions of data analysis. In addition to providing the “how-tos” of designing factorial survey experiments, the authors cover recent developments of similar methods, such as conjoint analyses, choice experiments, and more advanced statistical tools.

Complexity In Entrepreneurship Innovation And Technology Research

Author : Elisabeth S.C. Berger
ISBN : 9783319271088
Genre : Business & Economics
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This volume discusses the challenge of dealing with complexity in entrepreneurship, innovation and technology research. Businesses as well as entire economies are increasingly being confronted by widespread complex systems. Fields such as entrepreneurship and innovation cannot ignore this reality, especially with their inherent links to diverse research fields and interdisciplinary methods. However, most methods that allow more detailed analyses of complex problems are either neglected in mainstream research or are, at best, still emerging. Against this backdrop, this book provides a forum for the discussion of emergent and neglected methods in the context of complexity in entrepreneurship, innovation and technology research, and also acts as an inspiration for academics across related disciplines to engage more in complexity research.

The Sage Handbook Of Survey Methodology

Author : Christof Wolf
ISBN : 9781473959057
Genre : Reference
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Survey Methodology is becoming a more structured field of research, deserving of more and more academic attention. The SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology explores both the increasingly scientific endeavour of surveys and their growing complexity, as different data collection modes and information sources are combined. The handbook takes a global approach, with a team of international experts looking at local and national specificities, as well as problems of cross-national, comparative survey research. The chapters are organized into seven major sections, each of which represents a stage in the survey life-cycle: Surveys and Societies Planning a Survey Measurement Sampling Data Collection Preparing Data for Use Assessing and Improving Data Quality The SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology is a landmark and essential tool for any scholar within the social sciences.

Quantitative Research Methods In Consumer Psychology

Author : Paul Hackett
ISBN : 9781317280415
Genre : Psychology
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Quantitative consumer research has long been the backbone of consumer psychology producing insights with peerless validity and reliability. This new book addresses a broad range of approaches to consumer psychology research along with developments in quantitative consumer research. Experts in their respective fields offer a perspective into this rapidly changing discipline of quantitative consumer research. The book focuses on new techniques as well as adaptations of traditional approaches and addresses ethics that relate to contemporary research approaches. The text is appropriate for use with university students at all academic levels. Each chapter provides both a theoretical grounding in its topic area and offers applied examples of the use of the approach in consumer settings. Exercises are provided at the end of each chapter to test student learning. Topics covered are quantitative research techniques, measurement theory and psychological scaling, mapping sentences for planning and managing research, using qualitative research to elucidate quantitative research findings, big data and its visualization, extracting insights from online data, modeling the consumer, social media and digital market analysis, connectionist modeling of consumer choice, market sensing and marketing research, preparing data for analysis;, and ethics. The book may be used on its own as a textbook and may also be used as a supplementary text in quantitative research courses.

Survey Questions

Author : Jean M. Converse
ISBN : 0803927436
Genre : Reference
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Survey Questions is a highly readable guide to the principles of writing survey questions. The authors review recent research on survey questions, consider the lore of professional experience and finally present those findings which have the strongest implications on writing these questions.

Erwerbsarbeit Einkommen Und Geschlecht

Author : Ben Jann
ISBN : 9783531917993
Genre : Social Science
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Arbeitsmarktsoziologie

Author : Martin Abraham
ISBN : 9783658022563
Genre : Social Science
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Die Arbeitsmarktsoziologie beschäftigt sich mit den sozialen Determinanten bei der Erklärung von Arbeitsmarktprozessen. Dies beinhaltet u. a. den Zusammenhang zwischen Bildung und der Positionierung auf dem Arbeitsmarkt, die Risiken von Arbeitslosigkeit, die Rolle der Familie für Erwerbsentscheidungen und die Wirkung institutioneller Regelungen. Aus soziologischer Perspektive wird beleuchtet, welche Arbeitsmarktprozesse die Entstehung, die Dauerhaftigkeit und die Veränderung sozialer Ungleichheit bedingen. Der Arbeitsmarkt prägt moderne Gesellschaften maßgeblich: Das System sozialer Sicherung sowie die individuellen Lebensverhältnisse hängen vom Zugang zur Erwerbsarbeit ab. Der Inhalt• Theorien des Arbeitsmarktes • Übergänge in Ausbildung und berufliche Platzierung• Soziale Mobilität• Arbeitslosigkeit• Betrieb sowie Berufe und Arbeitsmarkt• Lohnbildung und Lohnverteilung• Berufliche Weiterbildung• Migration und ethnische Ungleichheit auf dem Arbeitsmarkt• Berufliche Geschlechtersegregation• Arbeitsmarkt und Demografie• Methoden der Arbeitsmarktforschung Die ZielgruppenStudierende, Lehrende und Forschende der Sozial- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften sowie Praktiker, die die (sozialen) Wirkungen von Maßnahmen auf dem Arbeitsmarkt einschätzen möchten. Die HerausgeberProf. Dr. Martin Abraham ist Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für Soziologie und empirische Sozialforschung am Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaften der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg. Prof. Dr. Thomas Hinz leitet den Arbeitsbereich für empirische Sozialforschung an der Universität Konstanz.

Klein Aber Fein

Author : Peter Kriwy
ISBN : 9783531913803
Genre : Social Science
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Handbuch Methoden Der Empirischen Sozialforschung

Author : Nina Baur
ISBN : 9783531189390
Genre : Social Science
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Das Handbuch ist das erste im deutschen Sprachraum, in dem qualitative und quantitative Methoden gleichberechtigt dargestellt werden und in dem systematisch nach Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschieden hinsichtlich Problemen, Prinzipien, Vorgehensweisen, Standards und Gütekriterien für beide Forschungstraditionen gefragt wird. Um diese Fragen zu beantworten, diskutieren ausgewiesene Experten in 88 Beiträgen den aktuellen Stand der Forschung und bieten Forschenden, Lehrenden und Studierenden einen detaillierten Überblick über die verschiedenen Methoden der empirischen Sozialforschung. Ein besonderer Schwerpunkt liegt dabei auf der Datenerhebung, also auf standardisierten und offenen Befragungen, aber es werden auch viele weitere aktuell verwendete Datentypen vorgestellt.

Anomalien In Handlungs Und Entscheidungstheorien

Author : Ulrich Druwe
ISBN : 9783663092711
Genre : Business & Economics
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