A book that delves into the technique, theory, and pedagogy of language in surveying respondents across cultures poses new questions about the future of research methods with multilingual, multiregional and multicultural populations.
Sara Kmair uses her passion for data science and analytics to dig deeper into the homelessness problem in the city using a dataset on Kaggle.
Populism has been described as a negative phenomenon globally especially with relation to democratic elections. How will populism in Ukraine’s recent elections impact Canada’s vote?
AAPOR 74th Annual Highlights are captured in this blog post including sessions from the WAPOR-CRIC-ESOMAR showcase.
Written by Arundati Dandapani, Director-at-Large, MRIA Ottawa Chapter MRIA Ottawa’s glitzy fall opener, “The Authenticity Paradox: Is the public losing faith in experts?” explored this global phenomenon with far-reaching implications…