The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey, Wave 2

Interviewer Training Manual

by Anne R. Pebley, Narayan Sastry, Christine E. Peterson, Karen Yuhas

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Interviewer training manual for the Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey.

Table of Contents

  • Chapter One

    Introduction to Study

  • Chapter Two

    Your Job as a Field Interviewer

  • Chapter Three

    L.A. FANS-2 Sample

  • Chapter Four

    Getting Started

  • Chapter Five

    Obtaining Participation

  • Chapter Six

    Screening and Eligability of New Entrants

  • Chapter Seven

    Rostering and Selection

  • Chapter Eight

    Preparing to Interview

  • Chapter Nine


  • Chapter Ten

    Health Measure

  • Chapter Eleven


  • Chapter Twelve

    Documentaion and Reporting Procedures

  • Chapter Thirteen

    Quality Control

  • Chapter Fourteen

    Administrative Peocedures

  • Chapter Fifteen

    Overview of the ePT&E System

  • Appendix A

    Glossary of Terms

  • Appendix B

    Result Codes

  • Appendix C

    Refusal Letters

  • Appendix D

    Health Measure Protocols

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