Edited by David S. A. Guttormsen, Jakob Lauring and Malcolm Chapman
Chapter 3: Intercultural survey research: challenges and suggested solutions
Scholars performing intercultural survey research encounter a number of challenges that reach beyond those typical for domestic research. This chapter explores the specific issues that arise during intercultural survey research, differentiating between the key stages of the research process: determining the study population and data access, survey development, survey and data collection process, data analysis, and publication of results. For each stage, we review the relevant literature, offer illustrations that draw on examples from our own research, and provide suggestions for improving the quality of intercultural survey research.
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