Hurst, P. and Bird, S. 2019. Questionnaires. in: Bird, S. (ed.) Research Methods in Physical Activity and Health London and New York Routledge. pp. 93-101
|Authors||Hurst, P. and Bird, S.|
The aims of this chapter are to present the potential uses of questionnaires and the principles involved in developing an effective and valid questionnaire. It will consider some of the issues involved with the effective development and use of questionnaires as a research tool, their administration and ethical considerations. The information provided in this chapter is not set out to be definitive, but rather, it is presented as an introduction in the development and use of questionnaires in health and physical activity research.
Depending on the intended research methods, the reader may wish to read this chapter alongside those on surveys, focus groups and questionnaires, as much of the information presented in these chapters relates and informs the others to provide a more comprehensive coverage. These chapters have been presented in this way to provide an informative coverage of the topic without excessive duplication and repetition of material.
|Book title||Research Methods in Physical Activity and Health|
|Place of publication||London and New York|
|04 Jan 2019|
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|Deposited||08 Mar 2019|
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