Defining and Framing the Population

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    By Edward Blair & Johnny Blair

    This chapter addresses the first two steps in the sampling process, defining and framing the population. In this chapter, you will learn the following:

    • How to define the population of interest in operational terms
    • Possible sources of frames (or lists) of the population
    • The various problems that a frame (or list) may have
    • How to solve those problems

    This chapter comes from Applied Survey Sampling: Written for students and researchers who wish to understand the conceptual and practical aspects of sampling, it covers a wide range of topics, from the basics of sampling to special topics such as sampling rare populations, sampling organizational populations, and sampling visitors to a place.

    Read the free chapter: Defining and Framing the Population

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