Authors Brian Kleiner (PI) , Oliver Lipps , Eliane Ferrez

Contributing institutions
Abstract Especially in multicultural diverse populations, unit nonresponse can be attributed in part to language barriers, if no proxies are available or willing to answer on behalf of people, and if there is no translated version of the survey into the native language of the potential respondent. In such cases, sampled individuals may simply opt out of the survey. However, little is known about the data collected from sampled individuals who are not native speakers of the survey language and ... >>