Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 5 : Results from Methodological Experiments

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Burton, Jonathan
Cullinane, Carl
Delavande, Adeline
Fumagelli, Laura
Iacovou, Maria
Kaminska, Olena
Lynn, Peter
Mathews, Paul
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The Understanding Society survey includes what is known as an ‘Innovation Panel’ sample (IP). This sample of originally 1500 households is used to test different methods for conducting longitudinal surveys in order to produce the highest quality data. The results from the Innovation Panel provide evidence about the best way to conduct a longitudinal survey which is of relevance for all survey practitioners as well as influencing decisions made about how to conduct Understanding Society. This paper reports the experiments with the mixedmode design and early results of the methodological tests carried out at wave 5 of the Innovation Panel in the spring of 2012. IP5 was the second mixed-mode wave of the Innovation Panel. IP2 had experimented with telephone interviewing in addition to face-to-face personal interviewing. IP5 uses a design in which a random set of households are allocated to a sequential mixed-mode design. The adults in these households were first approached by letter and email where possible and asked to complete their interview on-line. Those who did not respond on-line were then followed up by face-to-face interviewers. The remaining third of households were issued directly to faceto- face interviewers. The methodological tests included an experiment testing the effects of different incentives offered to respondents in advance of fieldwork on response rates, the use of ‘persuasive’ text in advance letters and the day of mailing of the advance materials. Further tests within the interview examined subjective expectations about the returns to university education, the implicit comparison group when asking questions about satisfaction, the effect of different wording in questions employing dependent interviewing, asking about mode preference, using vignettes to measure partnership satisfaction with the division of housework and the context effects of close social network reporting on childbearing intentions.

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ISO 690AUSPURG, Katrin, Jonathan BURTON, Carl CULLINANE, Adeline DELAVANDE, Laura FUMAGELLI, Maria IACOVOU, Annette JÄCKLE, Olena KAMINSKA, Peter LYNN, Paul MATHEWS, Gerry NICOLAAS, Cheti NICOLETTI, Cong YE, Basit ZAFAR, 2013. Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 5 : Results from Methodological Experiments
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  year={2013},
  series={Understanding Society Working Paper Series;2013-06},
  title={Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 5 : Results from Methodological Experiments},
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