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Emerging findings from the Interpersonal Communications study

by , Monday September 19th, 2011

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Fieldwork for the Interpersonal Communications study is complete and data analysis is well underway. The study, which is investigating communication and public access venue use between people in the Philippines and their family members who are working overseas, has identified some early, emerging findings from the user surveys.

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Survey data analysis begins

by , Thursday April 28th, 2011

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Over the past few months, the survey analysis working group of the Global Impact Study has been planning for and implementing the user and venue survey data analysis. This working group, comprised of Mike Crandall, Chris Rothschild, George Sciadas, and Araba Sey, is working with the University of Washington's Center for Statistical Consulting in the data analysis phase of the study. The Center for Statistical Consulting is helping to run the data, as well as advising the working group on options for statistical analyses.

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