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Structure of this Manual
I Introduction on Questionnaire survey
I.1 Concept of questionnaire survey
I.2 Why using questionnaire?
I.3 Sampling
II.1.1 Goals and objectives identification
Table 5. Five main purposes corresponding to objectives and examples
II.1.2 Process identification
II.1.3 Stakeholders identification
II.1.4 Study areas and study sites identification
II.1.5 Contact and consult with local authority
II.1.6 Define the parameters and sub-parameters
Table 6: Some common list of parameters and complex variables
Table 7: Example of PRA Co-ordination schema
Table 8: Example of a Co-ordination schema in a questionnaire survey
II.1.7 Identify the assessment team
II.2 Plan the survey
II.2.1 Assess secondary data
Table 9: Typical sources of secondary data in Vietnam
II.2.2 Plan the survey
II.2.2.1 Decide sampling unit
II.2.2.2 Decide the key informants, respondents (number of sample)
II.2.2.3 Build up the questionnaire
a. Build up the draft questionnaire
b. Pre-test of questionnaire
c. Adjust the questionnaire
II.2.2.4 Data tracking
II.2.2.5 Develop a coding system
II.2.2.6 Define plans for analysis
II.2.2.7 Establish the field survey teams
II.2.2.8 Define the schedule for field data collection
II.2.2.10 Provide a summary on locality (culture, custom...)
II.2.2.11 Logistics arrangement
II.3 Conduct survey
II.3.1 Principles
II.3.2 Conduct survey
II.4 Data management and analysis
II.4.1 Basic principles of data analysis
II.4.2 Conduct the data analysis
II.5 Reporting
II.5.1 Field report
II.5.2 Outline the final report
II.5.3 Final report
III Data analysis using MS Excel
Figure 3: Data analysis using MS Excel
III.1 Data entering in MS Excel
III.2 Data analysis in MS Excel
III.2.1 Attention in data analysis using MS Excel
III.2.2 Descriptive statistics
Ex: Descriptive statistics
Figure 4: Descriptive statistic in MS Excel
Figure 5: Descriptive statistic in MS Excel (continued)
III.2.3 AVERAGE function
III.2.4 COUNT function
III.2.5 COUNTA function
III.2.6 COUNTBLANK function
III.2.7 COUNTIF function
III.2.8 RANK function
III.2.9 SUM function
III.2.10 SUMIF function
III.3 Exporting results
IV Data analysis using SPSS
Figure 6: Data analysis using SPSS
IV.1 Variable
IV.1.1 Concept
IV.1.2 Variable types
IV.1.3 Data coding and entering
Figure 8: List of variables
IV.1.4 Missing data
IV.2 Data analysis
IV.3 Exporting results
i. Sampling and sample selection
ii. Structure of a questionnaire
iii. Types of question
iv. Principles in designing question
v. Individual interview and Public interview
vi. Interview methods – Difficulties and Advantages
vii. Statistics
viii. Tips in conducting interview
ix. Tips for field data collection
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Published by: Cenon Marco Mopera on Jul 20, 2012
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