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Title
Understanding low survey response rates among young U.S. military personnel Understanding low survey response rates among young U.S. military personnel
Type
Text
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Geographic Coverage
United States
Classification
LCC: HN29 .M437 2015 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2015944865
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Table Of Contents
Chapter one. Response rates on the 2012 RAND survey of airmen on information and communication technologies and well-being
Chapter two. Response patterns by age or rank group in other large recent surveys of U.S. military personnel
Chapter three. Low response rates in survey research and their implications
Chapter four. Conclusion and recommendations for future air force and other military surveys
Appendix A. Strategies to promote participation in the 2012 RAND survey of airmen on information and communication technologies and well-being
Appendix B. Survey invitation for the 2012 RAND survey of airmen on information and communication technologies and well-being.
Authorized Access Point
Miller, Laura L., 1967- Understanding low survey response rates among young U.S. military personnel
Authorized Access Point Variant
Aharoni, Eyal, Understanding low survey response rates among young U.S. military personnel
Project Air Force (U.S.), Understanding low survey response rates among young U.S. military personnel
United States. Air Force, Understanding low survey response rates among young U.S. military personnel
Rand Corporation, Understanding low survey response rates among young U.S. military personnel