Publication


Emery, T., Lück, D., Schumann, A., Cabaço, S. L. F., Lugtig, P., Toepoel, V., … Schneider, N. F.
Three‐country Experiment on Modes of Data Collection: The Generations & Gender Programme
2020,
URL, JabRef BibTex, Abstract
This document reports on the experiment and its main findings.The three countries chosen for the experiment were selected to deliberately reflect some of the most challenging fieldwork environments for face to face data collection.This report illustrates that, whilst there are many significant challenges involved in centralizing data collection and conducting online data collection, the existing technical and methodological design of the GGP is feasible. It also outlines the limitations to these approaches and mitigation measures in countries which have specific, problematic conditions.

Reference


@article{Emery2020b,
  author = {Emery, T., Lück, D., Schumann, A., Cabaço, S. L. F., Lugtig, P., Toepoel, V., … Schneider, N. F. },
  title = {Three‐country Experiment on Modes of Data Collection: The Generations & Gender Programme},
  year = {2020},
  url = {https://www.ggp-i.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Three-country-push-to-web-experiment.pdf},
  timestamp = {25.08.2021},
  abstract = {This document reports on the experiment and its main findings.The three countries chosen for the experiment were selected to deliberately reflect some of the most challenging fieldwork environments for face to face data collection.This report illustrates that, whilst there are many significant challenges involved in centralizing data collection and conducting online data collection, the existing technical and methodological design of the GGP is feasible. It also outlines the limitations to these approaches and mitigation measures in countries which have specific, problematic conditions.}
}
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