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An Introduction to AAPOR: "A Meeting Place and More..."

Tom W. Smith, Reg Baker, Janice M. Ballou, Don A. Dillman, Morgan Earp, and Adam Safir

Friday, February 5, 2021
1:00 pm Eastern Time

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About This Course:

An Introduction to AAPOR's "A Meeting Place and More..."

This webinar provides an introduction to AAPOR’s "A Meeting Place and More...", an update to a history of the organization first published in 1992. In addition there will be a discussion of the important trends that have been, and are, affecting AAPOR and the fields of survey and public opinion research more generally. The new history has 16 chapters by 18 authors. Six of the authors will be participating in this webinar to discuss important themes and developments and add material not covered in the completed volume.

Webinar Level:
Introductory
 
About the Instructor(s):

Reg Baker, Consultant
 
Janice M. Ballou, Rutgers University, Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling (Retired);
Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. (Retired) 
 
Don A. Dillman, Department of Sociology and the Social and Economic Sciences Research
            Center, Washington State University
 
Morgan Earp, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
 
Adam Safir, Bureau of Labor Statistics
 
Tom W. Smith, NORC at the University of Chicago