The Practice of Survey Research: Theory and Applications is a practical text written for the beginning researcher at either the graduate or undergraduate level. This text not only includes the foundation of key concepts and theories of survey research, but is also a practical framework for the researcher. It bridges the gap between the survey tool and quantitative analysis.


Survey Research, Quantitative Analysis, Questionnaire Design

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Mr. Nelson is currently in his third year of the Doctoral Program at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, WI. He earned his Master's in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and his Bachelor of Science degree from University of Northwestern - St. Paul. Correspondence regarding this article can be addressed directly to: jeffnelson71@gmail.com.

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