3 November 1995 SOPHISTICATED PUBLIC-opinion research has been conducted in Poland since 1956. Such research usually tries to uncover attitudes and behaviors that reach beyond the responses to the questionnaire and draw conclusions about not only the respondents, but larger groups. Whether such inferences are justified depends on the methods used. Since the late 1950s, […]

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