This assignment is due March 5, 2022 at 9 AM. Double Spaced, times new roman 12 font. In this assignment, you will design a mock survey (design, measurement, and sampling), including a questionnaire, to gather information on a population of interest. This population and the information that you gather about them should be relevant – where possible – to your current practice and organization. Make sure to address the following in Part I: include all the sections listed in the assignment document (an intro with the purpose of your survey, who your population will be, what you want to measure, and your sampling plans). There’s no need to write a conclusion, just stop after detailing your sampling plans. Purpose What is the purpose of this survey? What information are you seeking and how will it be used? Your purpose can be purely descriptive—the way the world is. Although surveys gather only descriptive data, your purpose could be to obtain variables (dependent, independent, and perhaps, control) to address a causal question. (Example: You work at an organization that provides adult immigrant English as a second language classes. You survey adult immigrant English as a second language students and you want to know if having an immigrant instructor influences satisfaction with the instruction program.) Whether your purpose is descriptive or a causal analysis, explain, as specifically as possible, how the results will be used for policy or practice. Population Define the target population of interest. For example, it could be clients of a program you work on or a group, like parents of public-school children in the Bronx or a survey of residents of a particular country in Latin America, (etc.) be specific about who the population is. Describe any differences between the ideal target population for your purpose and the actual study population. (Usually, it is not possible to study the ideal population, due to resources/time/money or other constraints, so be realistic on who your actual study population would be…) Measures Describe the characteristics that you would like to know about your population—the measures or variables. Choose between three and six main substantive measures. Write out the conceptual definition—the construct—of each substantive variable. The construct is what you really want to capture. Are you going to use one indicator or several indicators to measure your variables? Also describe any relevant demographics, such as age and gender, which you propose to measure. ??How valid are your measures? What validity and reliability issues do you anticipate? Discuss trade-offs and choices you made in order to conduct this survey and how these can affect the reliability and validity of your study. Sampling Plan Describe how you will sample and contact survey respondents. Will you survey everyone in the population (a census) or will you sample? If you will sample, will it be a simple random sample? Or a non-probability sample? How will you contact respondents? For how long?
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