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The TESOL QUIRKS Project
|Title:||The TESOL QUIRKS Project|
|Authors:||Brown, James Dean|
|Contributors:||Brown, James D. (advisor)|
University of Hawaii at Manoa. Department of English as a Second Language. (department)
|Abstract:||The results of the end-all TEsoL Questionnaire for Investigating Really Kaleidoscopic Samples (a.k.a., QUIRKS [pronounced quirks] are in. This paper is designed to provide reasons for the results of this project. The purpose of the study was to explore survey research investigation evaluation analysis assessment appraisal estimation techniques (i.e., to study whether there should be questions on questionnaires). To that end, the following research questions were posed: l. Does TESOL have members? 2. lf so, do those members respond to stimuli (e.g., questionnaircs)? 3.lf they respond to questionnaires, should they (the questionnaires) be mailed in plain brown wrappers for a better response rate? The alpha level for all statistical tests was set at α > 1.05 to insure significance.|
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Working Papers (1982-2000)|
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