The Survey under Unusual Conditions: The Jamaica Human Fertility Investigation

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APPENDIX

Tables for Part II*

Table 12
Intercorrelations of Measures Representing Interviews' Intellectual Ability (Spearman-Rank Order Corre;ation--rho)
Clerical Ability Test
EducationIntelligence
(Screening)
Peer
Rating
CheckingNumbersVerbalContent
Test
Education̲.51 ̲.69 ̳.65 ̳.58 ̲.72 ̳.20
Intelligence Rating
(Screening)
̲.33.64 ̳.78 ̲.39.50 ̲
Ability Rating
(Peer Rating)
̲.50 ̲.74 ̳.46 ┄.68 ̳
Clerical Ability Test
(Checking)
̲.69 ̳.68 ̳.33
Clerical Ability Test
(Numbers)
̲.69 ̳.76 ̳
Clerical Ability Test
(Verbal)
̲.47
Contest Test̲
̳ Significant at 1% level
̲ Significant at 5% level
┄ Significant at 10% level

Table 13
Intercorrelations of Measures Representing Interviewers' Autonomy (rho)
Role-PlayingEinstellungPersonality
Rating
Over-all
Screening
Sociometric
Rating
Role-Playing̲.40.52 ̲.28.60 ̲
Einstellung̲-.35.09.32
Personality Rating
(Screening)
̲.70 ̳.16
Over-all (Screening)̲.26 ̲
Sociometric Rating̲
̳ Significant at 1% level
̲ Significant at 5% level
____________________
*
Due to space limitations the tables are not in exact numerical order.

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  • Title Page 1
  • Contents 1
  • Foreword 3
  • Field Problems and Their Solution 3
  • Interviewer Screening 5
  • Interviewer Training 14
  • Reliability and Validity 21
  • Part II - Interviewer Abilities and Interviewer Performance 24
  • Interviewer Traits 30
  • Performance Criteria 31
  • Interrelation of Traits and Performance 34
  • Mutual Reactions of Interviewers And Respondents 41
  • Summary 42
  • Appendix 47
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