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A new agenda for interdisciplinary survey research methods; proceedings of the CASM II Seminar
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    January 1999

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    These Proceedings document the Second Advanced Seminar on the Cognitive Aspects of Survey Methodology (CASM), held in Charlottesville, Virginia, June 8-13, 1997. The Proceedings include material that complements or further develops seminar presentations. The CASM movement seeks to foster collaboration between survey practitioners and cognitive scientists in research activities that benefit both disciplines. Since its inception, the CASM movement has exerted considerable influence on the conduct and organization of survey research. By the mid-1990s, many of those active in this research felt the need to review accomplishments and consider directions for the future.
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    edited by Monroe Sirken, Thomas Jabine, Gordon Willis, Elizabeth Martin, and Clyde Tucker. Includes bibliographical references.
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