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Volume 47 (2016)

Number 1. Features We Asked; You Answered: Results of the Survey Research Readership Survey (L. Kelly)

Volume 46 (2015)

Number 1. Features Bloustein School, Rutgers University Hosts 9th Annual AASRO Directors Meeting: March 5-7, 2015: Reflections and Directions (M. D. Weiner)

Number 2. Features Controlled Access Buildings in Area Probability Surveys: Challenges and Recommendations Report from 2015 IFD&TC (J. Parsons & L. Owens)

Number 3. Features Notes from the Field: Contact Strategies for Adults with Serious Mental Illness (M. Basic)

Volume 45 (2014)

Number 1. Features SRL Celebrates 50 Years (T. Johnson)

Number 2. Features Detecting the Winds of Change: The Role of Academic Survey Research Organizations in Academe (D. Moore)

Number 3. Features AAPOR Launches the Transparency Initiative (T. Johnson)

Volume 44 (2013)

Number 1. Features AASRO Update: Nonprofit Status! (L. Hembroff), Report on the CSDI Workshop 2013 in Stockholm, Sweden (P. Ph. Mohler), and In Memoriam: Robin Bebel

Number 2. Features Welcoming the DIY Survey Sector to Campus (T. Guterbock)

Number 3. Features Survey Frontiers: A Brief Romp through the Tech Terrain and Its Changing Landscape (M. Losch & K. Johnson))

Volume 43 (2012)

Number 1. Features The John Tarnai Memorial Scholarship Fund for Investing in Survey Research (D. A. Dillman), Indiana’s John M. Kennedy Honored with AASRO’s First Achievement Award, and AASRO Year in Review (Y. Miller)

Number 2. Features (in memory of) Janet A. Harkness (1948-2012) and International Field Directors and Technologies Conference: What IFD&TC Means to Me

Number 3. Features AASRO Update (L. Hembroff)

Volume 42 (2011)

Number 1. Features Diffusion of Web Survey Methodology, 1995–2009 (E. Brown and T. Johnson) and AASRO President’s Column (Y. Miller)

Number 2. Features International Field Directors and Technologies Conference Leading the Way of Survey Research (C. Wiese) and Groves Addresses AASRO Luncheon in Phoenix (T. Guterbock)

Number 3. Features 2010 Survey of Academic Survey Research Organizations: Summary of Main Findings

Volume 41 (2010)

Number 1. Features The Future of the Academic Survey Research Organization (T. Guterbock)

Volume 40 (2009)

Numbers 1-2.

Number 3. Features Introducing AASRO (R. Langley)


Volume 39 (2008)

Number 1. Features Surveying Cell Phone Numbers in the U.S. in 2008: What We Think We Know and What We Still Need to Learn (P. Lavrakas)

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Number 3. Features How Respondents Perceive Political Polls, Census, and Surveys, and How Those Perceptions Predict Survey Quality (P. Gwartney)

Volume 38 (2007)

Number 1. Features The National Network of State Polls: Promoting the Collection and Use of State-Level Survey Data

Number 2. Features What Can Survey Organizations Do to Improve Their Client Relationships? (T. Triplett)

Number 3. Features Challenges to Collecting Survey-Based Biomarker and Genetic Data (T. Beebe)

Volume 37 (2006)

Numbers 1-2. Features Translations and Interpreting: What Do Survey Organizations Do? (A. Blom, L. Doerr, G. Cheung, Y. Liu, & J. Harkness)

Volume 36 (2005)

Number 1. Features Network Sampling Developments in Survey Research During the Past 40+ Years (M. Sirken)

Number 2. Features The Laws of Studying Societal Change (T. Smith)

Number 3. Features Refusal Conversion: Monitoring the Trends (K. Retzer & D. Schipani)


Volume 35 (2004)

Number 1. Features Interviewer Falsification in Survey Research: Current Best Methods for Prevention, Detection, and Repair of Its Effects (B. Groves)

Numbers 2-3. Features Risk, Benefit, and Informed Consent in Survey Research, Lecture Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Survey Research Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago (E. Singer)

Volume 34 (2003)

Number 1. Features Testing CAI Questionnaires (J. Tarnai & D. Moore)

Number 2. Features “Nothing About Us Without Us” - Removing Barriers to Survey Participation by Persons with Disabilities (G. Hendershot)

Number 3. Features Personality Type as a Predictor of Interviewer Performance (C. Abbott, B. Yost, & J. Harding)

Volume 33 (2002)

Number 1. Features Using Advance Letters in RDD Surveys: Results of Two Experiments (J. Parsons, L. Owens, & W. Skogan)

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Number 3. Features How Much Extra Would You Be Willing to Pay for Gasoline? Depends on How You Ask (C. Helmstetter & A. Murphy)

Volume 32 (2001)

Number 1. Features Events to Honor Seymour Sudman

Number 2. Features The Impacts of Technology on Survey Data Collection (M. Sheridan)

Number 3. Features Detection and Prevention of Data Falsification in Survey Research (T. Johnson, V. Parker, & C. Clements)

Volume 31 (2000)

Number 1. Features An Inquiry into Declining RDD Response Rates Part IV: Lack of Standardization (D. O'Rourke)

Number 2. Seymour Sudman Memorial Issue

Number 3. Features Telephone Survey Practices Study (J. Sheppard)

Volume 30 (1999)

Number 1. Features The Year 2000: A Look at Trends Affecting the Field (R. Ferber) and Celebrating ThirtyYears of the Survey Research Newsletter

Numbers 2-3. Features An Inquiry into Declining RDD Response Rates Part III: A Multivariate Review (D. O’Rourke & T. Johnson)

Volume 29 (1998)

Number 1. Features Electronic Monitoring: Do You Know the Laws? (D. O'Rourke)

Number 2. Features An Inquiry into Declining RDD Response Rates Part I: Telephone Survey Practices
(D. O’Rourke, G. Chapa-Resendez, L. Hamilton, K. Lind, L. Owens, & V. Parker)

Number 3. Features An Inquiry into Declining RDD Response Rates Part II: Telephone Center Operations and Interviewers (D. O’Rourke)

Volume 28 (1997)

Numbers 1-2. Features CMOR Refusal Rates and Industry Image Survey (Summary of Results)

Number 3. Features Where We Have Been: Survey Research 1967-1997) (S. Sudman)

Number 4. Features List of Academic and Not-for-Profit Survey Research Organizations

Volume 27 (1996)

Numbers 1-2. Features The Growth of Academic and Not-for Profit Survey Research Organizations (D. O'Rourke, S. Sudman, & M. Ryan)

Number 3. Features Telephone Data Collection Miscellanea (D. O'Rourke), Data Archives (D. O'Rourke), and The Use of Focus Groups (K. Cissold)

Number 4. Features News from COPAFS

Volume 26 (1995)

Numbers 1-2. Features Keeping Confidences: What We Owe Respondents & the Profession (A. Gollin) and Why Innovation is Difficult in Government Surveys (D. Dillman)

Number 3. Features Asking the Embarrassing Question (A. Barton)

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Volume 25 (1994)

Numbers 1-2. Features Strictly Confidential? (D. O'Rourke) and Interviewer Monitoring at Risk (D. O'Rourke)

Number 3. Features Providing Incentives

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Volume 24 (1993)

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Numbers 3-4. Features Translating Questionnaires (M. Breslow & M. Sanchez) and RAND Survey Prevails in Court Challenge (S. Berry)

Volume 23 (1992)

Number 1.

Number 2. Features Ten Commandments of Questionnaire Construction (A. Tuchfarber)

Numbers 3-4. Features Response Rates at Academic Survey Research Organizations (M. Spaeth)

Volume 22 (1991)
Volume 21 (1990)

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Number 2. Features CATI Facilities at Academic Survey Research Organizations (M. Spaeth)

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Volume 20 (1989)
Volume 19 (1988)
Volume 18 (1987)

Numbers 1-2. Features Bibliography on Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing (M. Spaeth)

Numbers 3-4. Features CATI Facilities at Survey Research Organizations (M. Spaeth)

Volume 17 (1986)
Volume 16 (1985)
Volume 15 (1983)
Volume 14 (1982)
Volume 13 (1981)

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Number 4. Features In Memoriam: Robert Ferber, 1922 - 1981

Volume 12 (1979-1980)
Volume 11 (1979)
Volume 10 (1978)
Volume 9 (1977)
Volume 8 (1976)
Volume 7 (1975)
Volume 6 (1974)
Volume 5 (1973)

Number 1. Features Interviewing in Telephone Surveys, Telephone Interviewing Procedures (T. Weller), The Efficacy of Random Digit Dialing (W. Klecker & A. Tuchfarber), and Telephone Interviewing on the NLRB Election Study (M. Hauck & J. Goldberg)

Number 2. Features Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching: Setting & Staff (P. Collette)

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Volume 4 (1972)

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Number 3. Features The Case for Larger Assignments (D. Weber)

Volume 3 (1971)

Number 3. Features How Do You Rate? (in terms of interviewer wages and validation procedures) and You Too Want to Have a Survey Center? (R. Ferber)

Number 7. Features How Do You Rate on Advance Letters?

Volume 2 (1970)
Volume 1 (1969)