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Title: Using scale techniques for improved quality of survey information
Authors: Pather, Shaun 
Uys, Cornelia Susanna 
Keywords: Surveys;Tem analysis;Information;Scale reduction;Quest onnaire design;Statist cal analysis
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: AOSIS OpenJournals
Source: Pather, S. & Uys, C. (2008). Using scale techniques for improved quality of survey information. South African Journal of Information Management, 10(3)
Abstract: Earliest use of the survey technique can be traced back to that of ancient Egyptian rulers who conducted censuses to help them administer their domains. Even the Old Testament of the Bible refers to the Lord asking Moses and Eleazar to 'take a census of all the congregat on of the people of Israel...' The age of this research techn que is perhaps indicative of ts prominence today as a tool of both the modern scientist and of industry-based information managers.
ISSN: 2078-1865
Appears in Collections:FID - Journal Articles (DHET subsidised)
Dr. Corrie Uys

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