Category Archives: content analysis

Survey Research and Subjective Phenomena

Survey researchers claim that the only way to know about subjective phenomena is to ask.  But when you ask people how they feel about this or that, and when you ask them for their opinions, or other subjective states, all … Continue reading

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Translate Survey Research Questions into Statements that Can be Verified

One way to reduce reliance on survey research is to translate survey research questions into statements that can be checked or verified by observation, content analysis, and other–as I call them in Part 6 of The Problem with Survey Research–“proper” … Continue reading

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