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Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 6: results from methodological experiments

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  • Allum, Nick
  • Auspurg, Katrin
  • Blake, Margaret
  • Booker, Cara L.
  • Crossley, Thomas F.
  • d'Ardenne, Joanna
  • Fairbrother, Malcolm
  • Iacovou, Maria
  • Jäckle, Annette
  • Kaminska, Olena
  • Lynn, Peter
  • Nicoletti, Cheti
  • Oldfield, Zoe
  • Pudney, Stephen
  • Schnettler, Sebastian
  • Uhrig, S.C. Noah
  • Winter, Joachim

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This paper presents some preliminary findings from Wave 6 of the Innovation Panel (IP6) of Understanding Society: The UK Household Longitudinal Study. Understanding Society is a major panel survey in the UK. In March 2013, the sixth wave of the Innovation Panel went into the field. IP6 used a mixed-mode design, using on-line interviews and face-to-face interviews. This paper describes the design of IP6, the experiments carried and the preliminary findings from early analysis of the data.

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  • Allum, Nick & Auspurg, Katrin & Blake, Margaret & Booker, Cara L. & Crossley, Thomas F. & d'Ardenne, Joanna & Fairbrother, Malcolm & Iacovou, Maria & Jäckle, Annette & Kaminska, Olena & Lynn, Peter &, 2014. "Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 6: results from methodological experiments," Understanding Society Working Paper Series 2014-04, Understanding Society at the Institute for Social and Economic Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:ese:ukhlsp:2014-04
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