TITLE Record-Linkage in Longitudinal and Correlational Research : Its Justification and Implications for Individual

@inproceedings{ILLINOIS2011TITLERI,
  title={TITLE Record-Linkage in Longitudinal and Correlational Research : Its Justification and Implications for Individual},
  author={EVANSTON ILLINOIS and Robert F. Boruch},
  year={2011}
}
This document discusses social survey research in which the need for identification of respondents may bring social research into conflict with the law and social custom. The paper -deals with two features of the conflict--the products of such research, and the way in which privacy of the respondent can be assured rcgardless of the product. The paper is divided into five parts: (1) Introduction; (2) Longitudinal Inquire: Its Definition, Justifications and Bearing on Record linkage; (3… CONTINUE READING

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