Introduction to Sampling for Social Surveys
|Social Research Association|
Dr Alexandru Cernat
Online using zoom
By the end of the workshop the participants will:
Sampling is an essential part of research in the social sciences. This course will benefit anyone working with social data or planning to collect their own data. Knowing the basics of sampling will enable practitioners to understand the strengths and limitations of the data they use or want to collect.
Alexandru Cernat is a lecturer in social statistics at the University of Manchester since 2016. He received a PhD in survey methodology from the University of Essex and was a post-doc at the National Centre for Research Methods.
His expertise covers: latent variable modelling, non-response, new forms of data, longitudinal data design, longitudinal analysis.
He has taught from multiple organizations such as the National Centre for Research Methods, European Survey Research Association, International Program in Data Science and the African Institute of Mathematical science.
You can find more about his research and activities at www.alexcernat.com
Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)
£220 - Members for SRA pay £165
Website and registration
Survey Research, Sampling
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