A Comparison of Cooperation Levels of Diary and Questionnaire Respondents

Steeves, H. Leslie; Bostian, Lloyd R.
December 1982
Journalism Quarterly;Winter82, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p610
Academic Journal
Focuses on the comparison of survey cooperation levels between respondents of diaries and questionnaires. Differences in the level of education between diary respondents and questionnaire respondents; Likelihood for diary respondents to be managers and non-professional service workers; Reasons of respondents for refusing to fill out diaries.


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