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The Oxford Handbook of Polling and Survey Methods, divided into four main sections, first examines data collection. It then addresses data analysis and the methods available for combining polling data with other types of data and also cover analytic issues, including the new approaches to studying public opinion (for example, social media, the analysis of open-ended questions using text analytic tools, and data imputation. The final section of the Handbook focuses on the presentation of polling results, an area where there is a great deal of innovation.…mehr

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The Oxford Handbook of Polling and Survey Methods, divided into four main sections, first examines data collection. It then addresses data analysis and the methods available for combining polling data with other types of data and also cover analytic issues, including the new approaches to studying public opinion (for example, social media, the analysis of open-ended questions using text analytic tools, and data imputation. The final section of the Handbook focuses on the presentation of polling results, an area where there is a great deal of innovation.
Autorenporträt
Lonna Rae Atkeson is a Professor of Political Science, Regents' Lecturer, and Directs the Center for the Study of Voting, Elections and Democracy as well as the Institute of Social Research at the University of New Mexico. She is an internationally recognized expert in the area of election sciences, survey methodology, voting rights, election administration, public opinion, and political behavior. Her research has been supported by the National Science Foundation, Pew Charitable Trusts, the Golisano Foundation, the Thornburg Foundation, and local, and state government agencies. She has received various awards for her research in election sciences and for her teaching and mentoring. R.Michael Alvarez has taught at the California Institute of Technology his entire career, focusing on elections, voting behavior, election technology, and research methodologies. Alvarez is a Fellow of the Society for Political Methodology, co-editor of the journal Political Analysis, and co-director of the Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project. He has received awards for his teaching and mentoring, including twice receiving the Caltech Graduate Student Council's Teaching & Mentoring Award.