What are the special problems involved in surveying immigrant
populations and ethnic minorities? How can we ensure adequate
representation of these growing groups in general population
surveys? This book is the first to address these challenges in a
systematic way. Experiences from eight Western countries, involving
more than a dozen surveys, are used to explore difficulties in
designing these types of surveys and some of the choices made to
deal with them. The rich array of cases covered gives rise to
valuable lessons, from local and national surveys, from well-funded
surveys and those with limited means, and on a wide variety of
topics ranging from politics to health.
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