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2014 | nr 10 | 1--20
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Eksperymenty sondażowe w kontekście badań ewaluacyjnych

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Survey Experiments in the Context of Evaluation Research
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Tezą artykułu jest uznanie, że eksperyment sondażowy (...) stanowi proceduralny odpowiednik - na poziomie generowania danych - paradygmatycznej strategii rozumowania przyczynowego odnoszonej do danych obserwacyjnych, traktowanych na podobieństwo danych eksperymentalnych dzięki odpowiedniemu uzupełnieniu pierwszych przez drugie. Dokonywane w ten sposób projekcje na populację (poprzez sondaż) rezultatów eksperymentu - w praktyce najczęściej zbioru różniących się od siebie wersjami wielu eksperymentów - oparte są na założeniu, że to, co wydarzy się w eksperymencie sondażowym odzwierciedla (i może być uogólnione) to, co wydarzy się w realnym świecie. (fragment tekstu)
The article has a dual purpose - besides a general introduction to the method of the survey experiment, and related research opportunities there are formulated research problems to which it can be recommended in the studies of public statistics, with particular emphasis on research aimed to evaluation of public programs. Its structure consists of three parts: a general description of the method and its potency, examples of the most important applications in the literature and a summary from the perspective of the modernization of social research in official statistics. (original abstract)
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