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The Kish grid or Kish selection grid is a method for selecting members within a household to be interviewed. It uses a pre-assigned table of random numbers to find the person to be interviewed. It was developed by statistician Leslie Kish in 1949.
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- Kish, Leslie (September 1949), "A Procedure for Objective Respondent Selection within the Household", Journal of the American Statistical Association, 44 (247): 380–387, doi:10.1080/01621459.1949.10483314, JSTOR 2280236
- McBurney, Peter (April 1988), "On Transferring Statistical Techniques Across Cultures: The Kish Grid", Current Anthropology, 29 (2): 323–325, doi:10.1086/203642, JSTOR 2743408
- Salmon, Charles T.; Nichols, John Spicer (1983), "The Next-Birthday Method for Respondent Selection", Public Opinion Quarterly, 47 (2): 270–276, doi:10.1086/268785, JSTOR 2749026
- Gaziano, Cecilie (2005), "Comparative Analysis of Within-Household Respondent Selection Techniques", Public Opinion Quarterly, 69 (1): 124–157, doi:10.1093/poq/nfi006
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