4 edition of Using survey data to study disability found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Barbara M. Altman ... [et al.].|
|Series||Research in social science and disability ;, v. 3|
|Contributions||Altman, Barbara Mandell.|
|LC Classifications||RA407.3 .U85 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 350 p. :|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||2004272144|
The advantages and disadvantages of administrative data can be identified most easily when they are compared with survey data. However, the comparison of these two types of data collection is a straw man. The research questions that are appropriately addressed are qualitatively different from those appropriately addressed by surveying a subset of the general population. THE TRAVEL PATTERNS OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES. In just over 8 percent of those ages 5 to 20 years, percent of those ages 21 to 64 years, and percent of those ages 65 years and over reported some level of disability (U.S. Census Bureau, ).As is well known, the older people are, the more likely they are to report a disability and the more severe it is likely to be; for Cited by:
The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly labor force survey, conducted jointly by the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In , the BLS added the set of six disability questions from the ACS so that they could report employment statistics for the population of people with disabilities. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 25(4), - A Campus Survey of Faculty and Student Perceptions of Persons with Disabilities Kerrie Q. Baker Kathleen Boland Christine M. Nowik Cedar Crest College Abstract A positive classroom climate is essential to the success of students with disabilities in higher education. In a.
This study has demonstrated that small-scale surveys can provide more nuanced data on disability than National Census data. The higher disability prevalence rates reported in this study highlight the limitation of using National Census data in planning services for people with disabilities, in that the prevalence in the geographic areas could Author: Soraya Maart, Seyi Amosun, Jennifer Jelsma. Think about using this quantitative data as a way of informing the next stage of your work (or, as you say, providing some context to your qualitative case study. There is lots of literature on ‘mixed method’ approaches.. although this probably is defined in various ways by researchers.
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Using Survey Data to Study Disability, Volume 3: Results from the National Health Survey on Disability (Research in Social Science and Disability) 1st Edition by B.
Altman (Author), Barbara M. Altman (Editor), Sharon N. Barnartt (Editor) & 0 moreAuthor: B. Altman. Classifying Disability Data: A Fresh, Integrative Perspective / Holly J.
Fedeyko and Donald J. Lollar ; The Impact of Missing Linkage Data in Family Health Research: Results from the National Health Interview Survey Disability Supplement / Whitney P.
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Get this from a library. Using survey data to study disability: results from the National Health Interview Survey on Disability. [Barbara Mandell Altman;] -- The Disability Supplement to the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS-D) sponsored by the US Department of Health and Human Services provided a rich resource for the quantitative studies.
Using Survey Data to Study Disability: Results from the National Health Interview Survey on Disability is the third volume in the Research in Social Science and Disability Series published by Elsevier Books, edited by Barbara Altman and Sharon Barnartt.
Other volumes have focused on broad topics such as the scope of social sciences research on disability, methodology and theory. Using Survey Data to Study Disability: Results from the National Health Survey Doc > HETOPDOQTU Using Survey Data to Study Disability: Results from the National Health Survey on Disability (Hardback) By - Emerald Group Publishing Limited, United States, Hardback.
Book Condition: New. x mm. Language: English. Brand New Book. We produce Fact Sheets answering questions about Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) beneficiaries and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients, including Ticket to Work participants, using data from the National Beneficiary Survey (NBS).
This book relishes answering those thorny “how to” questions that emerge when analyzing data from a survey administered to a sample with a complex design. Although the examples and some of the topics pertain to biostatistical issues, this is a book that would interest any.
Below are summary results from a recent Culpepper Benefits Survey on short and long-term disability benefits for U.S. employees in technology and life sciences : Culpepper And Associates.
The Census Bureau is in the process of updating references from American FactFinder to our new data dissemination platform,for the handbook text, images, and case studies. Updated handbooks will be posted as they become available.
You can use American Community Survey (ACS) data in different ways and for different reasons. AB - The National Health Interview Survey on Disability, fielded between andwas one of the most comprehensive and most complex surveys on disability ever conducted.
This chapter describes the background of the NHIS-D, its design and contents, its technical characteristics, and initial efforts to disseminate its by: Book chapter Full text access Chapter Seven - Using the Survey of Income and Program Participation to Compare the Physical Health of Non-Caregivers to Caregivers of Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
Using Administrative Data to Study People With Disabilities Article Literature Review in Milbank Quarterly 80(2) February with 25 Reads How we measure 'reads'. for Race, Ethnicity, Sex, Primary Language, and Disability Status (10/31/).
According to the guidance, “The six-item set of questions used in the American Community Survey (ACS) and other major surveys to gauge disability is the data standard for survey questions on disability.
This set of six disability questions represents a minimum. Download the complete study. CDA Disability Awareness Survey Executive Summary CDA recently published the “ Disability Awareness Survey,” a landmark survey of working Americans, which gauged wage earners’ awareness of their likelihood of experiencing a disability, as well as their preparedness should a disability strike.
Greg J. Duncan, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Panel surveys can differ markedly in the interval between rounds of data collection and the overall length of the survey.
On the one hand, a consumer panel in market research may involve weekly contacts with respondents to collect their diary records of purchases. Why Public Health Researchers Should Consider Using Disability Data from the American Community Survey The overall goal of our paper is to promote the use of ACS data relevant to disability status.
This study provides prevalence estimates of three disability related items for the population at or over the age of 15 years who reside in one Author: Carlos Siordia, Lori A.
Hoepner, Allen N. Lewis. Disability survey, collection of information about disability by using survey methods. Although disability statistics can be produced from census data or administrative records, disability surveys are relatively inexpensive, unobtrusive, and accurate.
The statistics gathered from disability surveys can be used to formulate and evaluate. survey •Before using the survey to attach a topical module one must: –Understand the sample design of the survey to be used for topical module (target population, oversample, etc.) –Understand the limitation for using the survey (sample size, number of disability questions for topical module, etc.) –Understand the effect on main survey.
In addition, information collected in the Disability Survey was linked with census responses to questions such as income and labour force status. This minimises the burden on respondents and helps to reduce data collection costs.
Sample design. The two surveys making up the Disability Survey (HDS and DSRF) had different sample designs. Survey Instruments (Questionnaires) Data, Questionnaires and Related Documentation. Survey Procedures, Sample Design, Variance Estimation, and Other Methodological Studies.
Information about NHIS Supplements and Co-Sponsors. NHIS restricted variable information, restricted and public use variable lists. Summary of NHIS micro-data availability.
The objective of this study is to show the utility of the newly-approved World Health Organization's International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) as a framework for organizing data from the National Health Interview Survey describing limitations in life activities among the U.S.
by: 6.B. Using Claims Data to Define Potentially Disabling Chronic Conditions. Survey data were not available for the Private Payers Study, so the identification of potentially disabled people was based primarily on information available in the insurance claims databases contributed by .