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Introduction to Sampling and Weighting
|Social Research Association|
Dr Alexander Cernat
Grand Connaught Rooms, Great Queen Street, London (tbc)
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This course provides an overview of sampling techniques frequently used in survey designs.
This course provides an overview of sampling techniques frequently used in survey designs. In particular, it focuses on the principles of designing and selecting samples of individuals. These principles are also discussed in terms of the effects on inference to the population of interest, the key goal of survey research. We will also briefly discuss weighting and its role in making inferences about the population.
Who will benefit
Alexandru Cernat is a lecturer in social statistics at the University of Manchester. He received a PhD in survey methodology from the University of Essex and was a post-doc with NCRM. His expertise covers: latent variable modelling, non-response, new forms of data, longitudinal data design, longitudinal analysis. You can find more about his research and activities at www.alexcernat.com
Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)
£270.00 which includes all refreshments and lunch
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