Randall Sell

Tali Mendelberg1
Donald Haider-Markel1
Josh Tucker1
Andrew Francis1
1Tali Mendelberg
1Donald Haider-Markel
1Josh Tucker
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Respondent-driven sampling (RDS) is a commonly used method for acquiring data on hidden communities, i.e., those that lack unbiased sampling frames or face social stigmas that make their members unwilling to identify themselves. Obtaining accurate statistical data about such communities is important because, for instance, they often have different health(More)
Gaps in data collection systems, as well as challenges associated with gathering data from rare and dispersed populations, render current health surveillance systems inadequate to identify and monitor efforts to reduce health disparities. Using sexual and gender minorities we investigated the utility of using a large nonprobability online panel to conduct(More)
  • Patrick J Egan, Chris Achen, Doug Arnold, Murray Edelman, Andrew Francis, Steven Greene +16 others
  • 2012
Group identities that are chosen, rather than inherited, are often associated with cohesive political attitudes and behaviours. Conventional wisdom holds that this distinctiveness is generated by mobilization through processes such as intra-group contact and acculturation. This article identifies another mechanism that can explain cohesiveness: selection.(More)
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