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NCJ Number: 42012 Find in a Library
Title: IN THE OPINION OF THE BAR - A NATIONAL SURVEY OF BAR POLLING PRACTICES
Author(s): J H GUTERMAN; E E MEIDINGER
Corporate Author: American Judicature Soc
United States of America
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 80
Sponsoring Agency: American Judicature Soc
Chicago, IL 60601-7401
Type: Report (Study/Research)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS STUDY INQUIRES INTO THE METHODS OF POLLING, IN THE NUMBER AND TYPES OF QUESTIONS TO WHICH LAWYERS ARE ASKED TO ADDRESS THEMSELVES, AND IN THE USE WHICH IS MADE OF THE POLLS' RESULTS, WHERE THERE IS MUCH VARIATION.
Abstract: THIS INQUIRY OUTLINES AND COMMENTS ON THE BASIC ASSUMPTIONS WHICH NECESSARILY ACCOMPANY ANY ORGANIZATION'S DECISION TO CONDUCT BAR POLLS; AND, ANALYZES THE WAY IN WHICH SOME OF THESE ASSUMPTIONS ARE REFLECTED IN PRESENT POLLING PRACTICES; AND FINALLY, DESCRIBES AND, IN PART, EXPLAINS TRENDS AND VARIATIONS IN POLLING TECHNIQUES.(AUTHOR ABSTRACT MODIFIED)...TWH
Index Term(s): Analysis; Attitudes; Attorney competence; Attorneys; Questionnaires; Research; Research methods; Sampling; Surveys
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