________ Is a Statistical Procedure That Attempts to Account for Nonresponse
________ is a statistical procedure that attempts to account for nonresponse by assigning differential weights to the data depending on the response rates.
________ is a method to adjust for nonresponse by assigning the characteristic of interest to the nonrespondents based on the similarity of the variables available for both nonrespondents and respondents.
Ethical dilemmas associated with sample size determination include all of the following except ________.
A)inflating the standard deviation to increase sample size and project revenue
B)what should be done when a difference in the actual standard deviation and the estimated standard deviation results in a larger confidence interval than desired
C)investigating the possibility of non-response bias and making a reasonable effort to adjust for it
D)All of the above pose ethical dilemmas.
Discuss four of the methods of reducing refusals to participate in a survey.