Handling missing data in survey research.

@article{Brick1996HandlingMD,
  title={Handling missing data in survey research.},
  author={John Michael Brick and Graham Kalton},
  journal={Statistical methods in medical research},
  year={1996},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={
          215-38
        }
}
Missing data occur in survey research because an element in the target population is not included on the survey's sampling frame (noncoverage), because a sampled element does not participate in the survey (total nonresponse) and because a responding sampled element fails to provide acceptable responses to one or more of the survey items (item nonresponse). A variety of methods have been developed to attempt to compensate for missing survey data in a general purpose way that enables the survey's… CONTINUE READING
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