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Filtered Randomized Response Technique
Choi, Kyoung-Ho;
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 Abstract
Randomized response technique is a survey technique for eliminating evasive answer bias. This technique is popular in social survey for sensitive issues. In this paper we present a simple and obvious procedure for estimating the population proportion of a sensitive group. Here, we shows the weak point in the method of Kim and Warde (2005). Also, it is found that the proposed procedure is more efficient than the ones of Warner (1965) and Kim and Warde (2005). Lastly we discuss the conditions that the suggested method will be more efficienct.
 Keywords
Sensitive issue;Privacy protection;Direct question;Unrelated question;Randomized response technique;
 Language
Korean
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