Predesign Planning Part VII: Questionnaires and Surveys
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One of a series of ten mini-monographs about the reasons to conduct and methods to accomplish effective predesign planning in architecture, this is the fourth of five mini-monographs focusing on methods used in predesign planning. This mini-monograph covers the techniques and tools required to develop useful questionnaires and conduct successful surveys. It discusses the relationship with other methods, when to use a questionnaire, and the importance of planning. It covers the steps to prepare a questionnaire and discusses the logical order of questions. It covers question types, sampling, bias, data analysis, cost of error, and how to conduct a survey. Exercises and references allow the reader to develop knowledge and skills in developing questionnaires and conducting surveys. Each mini-monograph of this ten-part series can be taken as an individual course.
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