Session: Analysis Methods and Tools 1

 

From mixing methods to constructing proxies of indicators: Comparing urban areas in Southeast Asia in qualitative research

Farah Purwaningrum, Institute of Asian Studies Universiti Brunei Darussalam

 

Cross-national and cross-contextual analysis: Using propensity score matching in the comparison of survey outcomes across countries

Femke De Keulenaer, Ipsos

Ahu Alanya, Ipsos

 

Session: Aspects of Data Quality

 

Does interview length have an effect on data quality: Evidence from European Social Survey

Laur Lilleoja, Tallinn University

Mare Ainsaar, University of Tartu

 

Word frequency effect and response quality: A comparison of four questionnaire versions on a web panel

Ana Slavec, University of Ljubljana

Vasja Vehovar, University of Ljubljana

 

When does adding a survey language make sense? Representation bias, response rates, and strategic considerations

Michael Ochsner, FORS, Lausanne and ETH Zurich

Sven E. Hug, ETH Zurich and University of Zurich

 

Session: Survey Mode

 

Assessing the feasibility of using SMS Surveys in Eastern Europe to conduct a cross-country comparison of attitudes with regard to Europe's migration crisis

Sara Gjoshevska, Sample Solutions

Carsten Broich, Sample Solutions

 

The use of SMS pre-notices for CATI interviews and their impact on response rates, and non-respondents by age and gender

Sofia Kluch, Gallup

Ken Kluch, Gallup

 

Quality of leave behind paper questionnaire: Comparison of three national representative surveys to approach errors in sampling and attitudinal variance

Alexandre Pollien, FORS

Dominique Joye, University of Lausanne

Marlene Sapin, FORS

 

Finding the Best Fit: An Comparison of CAWI testing to CATI-trended data for general population research in Germany, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, and the United States

Sofia Kluch, Gallup

Ken Kluch, Gallup

 

Session: Open Panel Alliance

 

Understanding America Study

Arie Kapteyn, Center for Economic and Social Research, USC

 

LISS Panel: Collecting representative data for the Netherlands

Marcel Das, CentERdata / Tilburg University

 

GESIS Panel: Collecting representative data for Germany

Michael Bosnjak, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

 

Session: Questionnaire Design

 

Design and cultural adaptation of a 22-country tool for collecting comparative data on poverty level

Katherine Kenward, Research Support Services

Woody Carter, Research Support Services

Alisú Schoua-Glusberg, Research Support Services

Anahit Tevosyan, FINCA

 

Do response effects generalize across countries?

Henning Silber, GESIS

Annelies Blom, University of Mannheim

Tobias Stark, Utrecht University

Jon A. Krosnick, Stanford University

 

Session: Questionnaire Design and Testing 1

 

* Setting up the cognitive interview task for Spanish, Chinese and Korean-speaking participants: How is the introduction best tailored to different groups?

Hyunjoo Park, RTI International

Patricia Goerman, U.S. Census Bureau

 

Developing a cross-national measure of ancestry for use on the European Social Survey

Sarah Butt, City University London

Anthony Heath, Nuffield College, Oxford

Silke Schneider, GESIS

 

Session: Analysis Methods and Tools 2

 

A multilevel approach to understanding contextual effects on youth's literacy and learning activities: Two examples from PISA 2009 and PIAAC 2013

Suehye Kim, UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning

 

* Addressing equivalence and bias in cross-cultural survey research within a mixed methods framework

Jose-Luis Padilla, University of Granada, Spain

Isabel Benitez, University of Granada, Spain

Fons van Vijver, Tilburg University

 

Session: Data Collection Challenges and Approaches

 

* Linking auxiliary data to survey data, ethical and legal challenges in Europe and the US

Kirstine Kolsrud, Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD)

Katrine Utaaker Segadal, Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD)

 

* Multinational event history calendar interviewing

Yfke Ongena, University of Groningen

Marieke Haan, University of Groningen

Wil Dijkstra, University of Groningen

 

* Use of biomarkers and other physical measures in 3MC

Joe Sakshaug, University of Michigan

Luzia M. Weiss, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy, Munich

 

Session: Paradata in 3MC Surveys

 

Non-response analysis in the 6th European Working Conditions Survey

Aleksandra Wilczynska, Eurofound

Gijs van Houten, Eurofound

Mathijn Wilkens, Eurofound

 

Using paradata to monitor interviewers' instrument navigation behavior and inform instrument technical design: A case study from a national household survey in Ghana

Yu-chieh (Jay) Lin, University of Michigan

Kyle Kwaiser, University of Michigan

Gina-Qian Cheung, University of Michigan

Jennifer Kelley, University of Michigan

 

Session: Quality Assurance and Quality Control 1

 

Too much or not enough? Assessing quality with weighting data in cross-sectional surveys

Frederic Gonthier, Sciences Po Grenoble, University Grenoble Alpes, France

 

The European Social Survey's expanded framework for quality assessment

Katrijn Denies, University of Leuven (KU Leuven)

Koen Beullens, University of Leuven (KU Leuven)

Geert Loosveldt, University of Leuven (KU Leuven)

 

Session: Questionnaire Design and Testing 2

 

* Cognitive interviewing methodology to examine survey question comparability

Kristen Miller, National Center for Health Statistics

 

* Sensitive questions in comparative surveys

Anna Andreenkova, CESSI-Russia (Institute for Comparative Social Research)

Debra Javeline, University of Notre Dame

 

Framing numeric questions using evidence from observational research

Meghann Jones, Ipsos

 

Session: Response Styles

 

* Cross-cultural comparability of response patterns of subjective probability questions

Sunghee Lee, University of Michigan

Florian Keusch, University of Mannheim

Norbert Schwarz, University of Michigan

Mingnan Liu, Survey Monkey

Z. Tuba Suzer-Gurtekin, University of Michigan

 

* Lost in translation? An empirical study on the impact of translation on respondents' use of response scales and response distributions

Ting Yan, Westat

Mengyao Hu, University of Michigan

 

Session: Analysis Methods and Tools 3

 

The UNECE international statistical framework for measuring quality of employment

Christian Wingerter, European Commission, Eurostat

 

Why do people trust political institutions in the presence of corruption?

Irena Schneider, King's College London

 

Quantile regression as a tool for cross-national and comparative survey research

Robert A. Petrin, Ipsos Public Affairs

Joseph Zappa, Ipsos Public Affairs

Meghana Raja, Ipsos Public Affairs

 

Survey quality prediction: A tool to quantify measurement quality

Willem Saris, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Daniel Oberski, Tillburg University

Melnie Revilla, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Diana Zavala-Rojas, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

 

Session: Language

 

* Language to interview—Comparability in multi-lingual context

Anna Andreenkova, CESSI (Institute for Comparative Social Research)

 

* Can the language of a survey interview influence respondent answers?

Emilia Peytcheva, RTI International

 

* Working towards parallel meaning of different language versions of survey instruments: Do monolingual and bilingual cognitive testing respondents help to uncover the same issues?

Patricia Goerman, U.S. Census Bureau

Mikelyn Meyers, U.S. Census Bureau

Mandy Sha, RTI International

Hyunjoo Park, RTI International

Alisú Schoua-Glusberg, Research Support Services

 

How do language differences between interviewers and respondents affect data quality in Africa?

Charles Lau, RTI International

 

Session: Quality Assurance and Quality Control 2

 

The application of a quality assurance strategy in the 6th European Working Conditions Survey: Experiences and reflections

Sally Widdop, Ipsos MORI

Gijs van Houten, Eurofound

 

FINCA ValiData - Using real-time algorithms to improve field data collection

Scott Graham, FINCA

Anahit Tevosyan, FINCA

 

The European Working Conditions Survey Series over time: Lessons over time

Agnes Parent-Thirion, Eurofound

Greet Vermeylen, Eurofound

 

Session: Questionnaire Design and Testing 3

 

* Multi-national study of questionnaire design

Henning Silber, GESIS

Annelies Blom, University of Mannheim

Tobias Stark, Utrecht University

Jon A. Krosnick, Stanford University

 

Cross-cultural instrument development and testing

Mousumi Sarkar, IMPAQ International, LLC

Alisú Schoua-Glusberg, Research Support Services

Maurice Kugler, IMPAQ International, LLC

Jean Paul Petraud, IMPAQ International, LLC

Rocco Russo, IMPAQ International, LLC

 

A comparative youth survey in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Tajikistan. Results and experiences from multi-cultural questionnaire development and testing

Eliza Mandieva, University of Bamberg, Germany

 

Session: TSE Paradigm for Cross-cultural Surveys

 

* Improving cross-national/cultural comparability using the total survey error paradigm

Tom W. Smith, NORC at the University of Chicago

 

* Organizing and managing comparative surveys in a total survey error perspective

Peter Ph Mohler, COMPASS & Mannheim University

 

Migration and pensions: How to collect valid data on pension entitlements of immigrants

Thorsten Heien, TNS Infratest Sozialforschung

Dina Frommert, Deutsche Rentenversicherung Bund

 

TSE and survey quality in 3MC Surveys

Beth-Ellen Pennell, University of Michigan

Kristen Cibelli Hibben, University of Michigan

Lars Lyberg, Stockholm Univeristy

Peter Ph. Mohler, COMPASS & Mannheim University

Gelaye Worku, Stockholm University

 

Session: Developing and Testing Iterative Race Question Stems and Instructions for Multicultural, Hard-to-Count American Indian and Alaska Native Populations for the 2020 Census

 

Qualitative research on questions of race, tribe identification, and tribal enrollment for multicultural American Indians

Rodney L. Terry, U.S. Census Bureau

Leticia Fernandez, U.S. Census Bureau

Laurie Schwede, U.S. Census Bureau

Aleia Fobia, U.S. Census Bureau

 

Examples, instructions, and belonging: Alaska native social organization and the race question

Aleia Clark Fobia, U.S. Census Bureau

Laurel Schwede, U.S. Census Bureau

Leticia Fernandez, U.S. Census Bureau

Rodney Terry, U.S. Census Bureau

 

American Indian/Alaska Native subpopulations: American Indians, Alaska natives, and Latin American indigenous groups

Laurie Schwede, U.S. Census Bureau

Rodney Terry, U.S. Census Bureau

Aleia Clark Fobia, U.S. Census Bureau

Leticia Fernandez, U.S. Census Bureau

 

Session: Innovative Tools/Methods for Data Collection

 

Facebook advertisements for cross-cultural survey recruitment: Insights from the 42-country World Relationships Study

Robert Thomson, Hokkaido University, Japan

Masaki Yuki, Hokkaido University, Japan

 

Developing a mobile fieldwork management and monitoring system: Challenges of cross-national implementation

Elena Sommer, European Social Survey, City University London

Sarah Butt, European Social Survey, City Univeristy London

Lennard Kuijten, CentERdata, Tilburg University

 

Framework to assess the maximum expected response rate for different survey designs and field conditions

Francois Laflamme, Statistics Canada

Sylvie Bonhomme, Statistics Canada

 

Session: Interviewer/Respondent Interactions

 

Examining respondent-interviewer interactions using behavior coding data and paradata

Allyson L. Holbrook, University of Illinois at Chicago

Timothy P. Johnson, University of Illinois at Chicago

Young Ik Cho, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Sharon Shavitt, University of Illinois

Noel Chavez, University of Illinois at Chicago

Saul Weiner, University of Illinois at Chicago

 

Answers to standardized questions: Recognizing codable answers and maintaining standardization and rapport

Nora Cate Schaeffer, University of Wisconsin Survey Center

Jennifer Dykema, University of Wisconsin Survey Center

Dana Garbarski, Loyola University Chicago

 

* Using behavior coding to evaluate question comparability

Timothy P. Johnson, University of Illinois at Chicago

Allyson Holbrook, University of Illinois at Chicago

Young Ik Cho, University of Illinois at Chicago

Sharon Shavitt, University of Illinois at Chicago

Noel Chavez, University of Illinois at Chicago

Saul Weiner, University of Illinois at Chicago

 

Session: Methods to Support the Development of Cross-cultural Source Questionnaires

 

Challenges of measuring the attitudes towards the scope of government cross-nationally: Evidences from international surveys in Venezuela

Roberto Briceno-Rosas, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

 

More than language: Strategies for detecting, resolving and coping with issues of cross-cultural transferability of concepts

Michael Ochsner, FORS

Michele Ernst Staehli, FORS

Karin Nisple, FORS

Alexandre Pollien, FORS

Marlene Sapin, FORS

 

Can advance translation contribute to identifying source questionnaire problems at the concept level?

Brita Dorer, GESIS-Leibninz-Institute for the Social Sciences

 

Session: New Sage Handbook of Survey Methodology

 

Introducing the Sage Handbook of Survey Methodology: State and future of survey methodology

Christof Wolf, GESIS

Dominique Joye, University of Lausanne

Tom W. Smith, NORC at the University of Chicago

Yang-chih Fu, Academia Sinica, Taipei