Session 386: RM11 -> Refinements in Survey Methods
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Boardroom
Session Chair: Elise S. Lake, University of Mississippi
Verifying Self-Reported Behavior and Biodata From a Survey of Metropolitan Police Officers: Implications for Survey Research on Sensitive Topics Within Police Populations
by: Matthew J. Hickman, Temple University (Corresponding)
Taking Measure of ADAM: Survey Methods and Self-Report Data in Jails
by: Dretha M. Phillips, Washington State University (Corresponding)
Clayton Mosher, Washington State University, Vancouver
Joseph R. Kabel, WA State Dept. of Social & Health Svcs
The Web of Deviance: Using the Internet to Explore Issues in Criminological Research
by: John Kane, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Richard Hollinger, University of Florida
Using a Web-Based Information System (WIS) to Make Survey Studies More Effective and More Efficient
by: Sutham Cheurprakobkit, University of Texas of the Permian Basin (Corresponding)
Sam Chung, University of Texas of the Permian Basin

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