AAPOR 70th Annual Conference


  • 14 May - 17 May 2015
  • Hollywood, FL, USA
  • Organiser: AAPOR
  • Event Details

Join public opinion and survey research colleagues for more than three days of extensive learning and networking at the premier event for survey and public opinion researchers from around the globe.

In keeping with long-standing AAPOR tradition, the 2015 conference will be rich with discussion on the shaping of public opinion and the consequences for individuals and collectives. Presentations will address current and complex topics in survey research methodology.

New for 2015: New: AAPOR Mini-Conference on Reassessing Today's Survey Methods
The AAPOR Task Force on Reassessing Today's Survey Methods invites your participation in a special track of sessions, a mini-conference, at the AAPOR 70th Annual Conference. The challenges faced by survey researchers today have produced a range of activities, from new methods to deal with the challenges, to improvements to the old methods to meet the challenges, and to giving up altogether on traditional surveys in favor of non-survey approaches. The Task Force is pleased to sponsor this ‘mini‐conference’ within the 2015 AAPOR conference to serve as a platform and forum for new research on the rapidly changing landscape of survey methodology. The mini-conference will operate as a separate track of sessions within the larger conference, and also will feature one or two related short courses and a role in the revised and expanded version of the successful ResearchHack that took place at the 2014 conference.

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