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Title Using Community Information and Survey Methodology for Bias Reduction to Enhance the Quality of the Air Force Community Assessment Survey.
Year 2011
Access date 31.07.2011

The 2011 US Air Force Community Assessment Survey is the latest part of a series of surveys of this kind that continues to be a critical tool for senior leaders in determining the strengths and needs of Air Force communities and informing community action planning at the installation, MAJCOM and Air Force levels. As our Airmen and their families continue to rise to a multitude of global challenges, it is important to persevere efforts to promote resilience and ensure the robust participation in this survey. This study will use external public community information to explore the possible relationship between the macro level contextual factors (i.e., substance use and health behaviors at the continental level) and the aggregated survey assessment results. In addition, we will apply the advanced survey methodological techniques to examine the special potential possible noncoverage and/or nonresponse issues in general that may impact the web survey participations.


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Year of publication2011
Bibliographic typeConferences, workshops, tutorials, presentations