A continuing limitation of survey research is the problem of non‐response. Survey research is also likely to be more, rather than less, troubled by the surprising upsurge in the use of more complex prevarication systems. In a searching examination of the results of their survey authors Nash and Davis categorize prevarication statements made by professors and by their secretaries. More detailed analysis reveals three categories of prevarication systems—the red tape rationale, the elegant kafuffle and the competency‐based cookie crumbier.
NASH, N. and DAVIS, W. (1978), "NON‐RESPONSE IN SURVEY RESEARCH: EXPLICATION OF A TRANSLATIONAL TYPOLOGY", Journal of Educational Administration, Vol. 16 No. 2, pp. 169-174. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb009795Download as .RIS
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