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RHET 221: Designing Persuasive Campaigns   Tags: rhetoric, surveys polls opinions  

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RHET 221: In-Class Presentation by Gary Klein, librarian for Rhetoric & Media Studies

What is the U.S. Census?  What is IN the Census?  What is NOT in the Census? (opens up separate WORD document)background &  overview of major components; and a brief example of using American Fact Finder


Books from the Hatfield Library on Designing Surveys resources to help you to design: survey instruments, writing survey questions, and how to administer questionnaires


How to Use the LMAA / Local Market Audience Analyst database of US demographics & psychographics (opens up a separate LibGuide dedicated to that database)


Finding Information about Nationwide & International Non-Profit Organizations

  • Encyclopedia of Associations Offers objective descriptions of 150,000+ non-profit organizations, professional societies, hobby groups, fraternal organizations, public policy think tanks and issues oriented educational/political groups.


How to Find Local Media; Newspapers, National magazines & Polls (detailed explanations)

If you are familiar with the nuances, then here are quick links to directly access the major resources mentioned in that guide:


Guide to using the Lexis Nexis Academic database for other full text searching (opens up a separate LibGuide dedicated to that database)


Examples of some Polls relevant to RHET 221

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