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Franois Laflamme & James Wagner

In: The SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology

Chapter 26: Responsive and Adaptive Designs

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Responsive and Adaptive Designs
Responsive and adaptive designs
Franois LaflammeJames Wagner
INTRODUCTION

Most computer-assisted surveys conducted by statistical agencies or organizations record a wide range of paradata that can be used to understand the data collection process to better plan, assess, monitor and manage data collection. One explicit objective of paradata research is to identify strategic data collection opportunities that could be operationally viable and lead to improvements in quality or cost efficiencies. Much research in this area has indicated that the same collection strategy does not work effectively through an entire collection cycle. This also points to the need to develop a more flexible and efficient data collection approach, called responsive design.

Responsive design is an approach to survey data collection that uses information available before and ...

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