The SAGE Handbook of Measurement
Each chapter focuses on a different aspect of measurement, so that the handbook as a whole covers the full spectrum of core issues related to design, method and analysis within measurement studies. The book emphasises issues such as indicator generation and modification, the nature and conceptual meaning of measurement error, and the day-to-day processes involved in developing and using measures.
The Handbook covers the full range of disciplines where measurement studies are common: policy studies; education studies; health studies; and business studies.
649 pages; ISBN 9781446206881
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Title: The SAGE Handbook of Measurement
Author: Geoffrey Walford; Eric Tucker; Madhu Viswanathan
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