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References and Selected Bibliography Abraham, K., Helms, S., and Presser, S. 2009 How Social Processes Distort Measurement: The Impact of Survey Nonresponse on Estimates of Volunteer Work in the United States. NBER Working Paper 14076. Available: http://www.nber.org/papers/w14076 [January 2013]. Amaya, A., and Ward, C. 2011 Cost Efficiency: Which Design is Cheapest? Unpublished paper presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, July 31, Miami, FL. American Academy of Political and Social Science 2013 The nonresponse challenge to surveys and statistics. D. Massey and R. Tourangeau, Eds., Special issue of The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 645(1). American Association for Public Opinion Research 2010a New Considerations for Survey Researchers When Planning and Conducting RDD Telephone Surveys in the U.S. with Respondents Reached via Cell Phone Numbers. AAPOR Cell Phone Task Force. Available: http://www.aapor.org/AM/Template. cfm?Section=Cell_Phone_Task_Force_Report&Template=/CM/ContentDisplay. cfm&ContentID=3189 [January 2013]. 2010b AAPOR Report on Online Panels. Available: http://www.aapor.org/AM/Template. cfm?Section=AAPOR_Committee_and_Task_Force_Reports&Template=/CM/ ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=2223 [January 2013]. 2011 Standard Definitions: Final Dispositions of Case Codes and Outcome Rates for Surveys. Seventh Edition. Available: http://www.aapor.org/AM/Template. cfm?Section=Standard_Definitions2&Template=/CM/ContentDisplay. cfm&ContentID=3156 [January 2013]. Andridge, R.H., and Little, R.J. 2009 The use of sample weights in hot deck imputation. Journal of Official Statistics 25(1):21–36. Baker, R., Bradburn, N.M., and Johnson, R.A. 1995 Computer-assisted personal interviewing: An experimental evaluation of data qual- ity and cost. Journal of Official Statistics 11(4):413–431. 105

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