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Surveys are used more and more by people in all levels of government, business and the arts, as well as public interest groups and volunteer organizations. This text features methodological training and practical survey advice, including: what kind of survey is best for you; whether and how to draw a sample; how to write a questionnaire; how to implement the survey; and how to compile results. Emphasis is placed on how to conduct the best survey for a specific need at the lowest cost.
PRISCILLA SALANT, M.A., is an Associate in Research at Washington State University. She provides research assistance to public and private nonprofit organizations and is the author of A Community Researcher's Guide to Rural Data.
DON A. DILLMAN, Ph.D., is a Senior Survey Methodologist at the U.S. Bureau of the Census and Director of the Social and Economic Sciences Research Center at Washington State University. He is the author of the professional book, Mail and Telephone Surveys, also available from Wiley.