Survey experience among women in Bangladesh (HTML)
Newby,Margaret; Amin,Sajeda; Diamond,Ian; Naved,Ruchira Tabassum
American Behavioral Scientist 42(2): 252-275
Publication date: 1998
This article examines issues surrounding survey methodologyand the research process from the experience of a study of femalegarment workers in Bangladesh carried out during 1996-1997 bythe Population Council and the University of Southampton. Theprocess of sampling the population of interest and then theinterview process will be examined in detail. In addition, somemore general issues about survey research in developing countriesand in Bangladesh, in particular, such as the timing of theresearch and the importance of the cultural context, will bediscussed.
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