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Sampling

This chapter sets out to explain the concepts behind the use of sampling in market research. It outlines some of the main options available to the survey designer and discusses the way sampling is carried out in practice. More complex topics are only...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Handbook Of Market And Opinion Research
Author: Martin Alan Collins
September 1, 1998

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Representative quota sampling

The quota method is a statistical annoyance. In order to obtain a representative cross-section of the population using this procedure, interviewers are, of course, given very precise instructions as to how many interviews, they are to make in various...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference 1962: Research Into Certain Advertising Problems
Author: Gerhard Schmidtchen
June 15, 1962

Research papers

Representative quota sampling

The quota method is a statistical annoyance. In order to obtain a representative cross-section of the population using this procedure, interviewers are, of course, given very precise instructions as to how many interviews, they are to make in various...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference 1962: Research Into Certain Advertising Problems
Author: Gerhard Schmidtchen
June 15, 1962

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Did we overlook something in sampling individuals?

For years now, something like a cold war has been waged between the protagonists of random sampling and those of quota sampling. In a way, it has been a war between mathematicians and practitioners of survey research.And as things go in such...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference 1962: Research Into Certain Advertising Problems
Author: Hans Sittenfeld
June 15, 1962

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Some aspects of research into the levels of attention paid to television programmes

The purpose of the first pilot study was to establish that an enquiry into attention levels of the type envisaged would be practicable and that meaningful results could be obtained. 200 interviews were completed with housewives in I. T. V. homes in...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Congress 1961: Marketing And Sociological Research In The Future
Authors: John Treasure, Bryan A. Bates
June 15, 1961