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Merkblatt zur Konstruktion eines Fragebogens

Oktober 31st, 2010 · 1 Kommentar

Weil ich immer wieder danach gefragt werde, was man bei der Konstruktion eines Fragebogens beachten sollte, habe ich jetzt mal die, aus meiner Sicht, wichtigsten Dinge zusammengeschrieben. Hier also das Merkblatt zur Konstruktion eines Fragebogens.
Die Vorschläge gehen größtenteils auf Don Dillman (2000) zurück.

Dillman, Don A. 2000. Mail and Internet Surveys: The Tailored Design Method. 2nd Edition. New York: John Wiley Co. 464 pp.

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  • 1 Gugo // Okt 13, 2015 at 09:01

    RhubarbsMom: I think there’s a difference, thoguh trying escape artist tricks after reading Houdini is what kids do. My friends and I used to play Nancy Drew as kids because we read the books, or we pretended to be gypsies after reading the Katitzi books. Doing those things, you never lose track of what’s real and what isn’t. I suppose it would be a bit like the book if we (as Nancy Drew and her friends) had started to stalk people and see mysteries where there were none and believning in it wholeheartedly i.e. completely forgetting that we’re just playing a game and that we’re going to school tomorrow as normal. You’d have to be on very rocky mental territory for that. :SJonia: You can always have my copy, if you want. Email me?

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