Which one of the following helps most in planning for a field survey?
(b) Secondary Information
Which one of the following is taken up at the conclusion of a field survey?
None of the above
What is most important at the initial stages of field survey?
(d) Sample design
What level of information is acquired during a field survey?
(a) Macro level information
Why is a field survey required?
A field survey is required because they facilitate the collection of local level information. The field survey are carried out to gether required information so as the problem under investigation is studied in depth as predefined objectives.
List the tools and techniques used during a field survey.
Tools which we use during a field survey are secondary informations such as maps and other data, field observation, data generated with the help of interviewing people through questionaries.
What type of coverages need to be defined before undertaking a field survey?
An investigator has to decide whether the survey will be conducted in the form of census for the entire population or it will be based on selected sample. If study area is not huge but composed of diverse elements then entire population should be surveyed.
Describe survey design in brief.
In sample survey’s framework we include its size and method of studying and selecting is to be decided in relation to objectives of survey variations in population and cost and time etc.
Why is the well-structured questionaire important for a field survey?
With the questionaire we asked previously framed questions to the person to be inter-viewed. These questions should be related to the objectives to get the answer related to the problems. It is important to collect the information relevant to the objectives.