While large-scale projects have the resources to ensure best practice, most social science researchers face compromises relating to cost, time, and availability of respondents. We worked with researchers to experimentally test specific approaches to sampling and recruitment. We discuss the results of these tests within the framework of theoretical best practices and expectations.
Lindsay, Thomas; Sell, Andrew.
Recruitment, Participation, and Sampling: Researchers’ Results in General Practice.
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