Social surveys: a history of resistance, scandal & negotiation

From Nine To Noon, 10:12 am on 22 September 2016

For more than a hundred years, social surveys have been a major tool of social investigation. Dr Charlotte Greenhalgh talks to Kathryn Ryan about their history in Australia and New Zealand, including the people who went door-to-door, the details they exposed, and how local populations responded to questions about their everyday lives.

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