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  1. Do you see what I see? Gendered Differences in Interviewer Assessment

  2. Systematic Assessments of Physical Space. Social scientist have taken an interest in how the physical ordering of space plays a role in social and economic development. • (Raudenbush, Reiss and Sampson 1995; Sampson and Raudenbush 1999; Odgers et. al. 2012)

  3. Systematic Assessments of Physical Space. • The theoretical concerns for measuring physical space have remained relatively constant. • (Raudenbush, Reiss and Sampson 1995; Sampson and Raudenbush 1999; Odgers et. al. 2012)

  4. Systematic Assessments of Physical Space. • The methodsfor assessing physical space have varied. • (Raudenbush, Reiss and Sampson 1995; Sampson and Raudenbush 1999; Odgers et. al. 2012)

  5. Systematic Assessments of Physical Space. • Inter-rater reliability and measurement validity have been a consistent problemin assessing social and physical characteristics of space. • (See: Gordon et. al 2013; Armstrong et. al 1997) • (Raudenbush, Reiss and Sampson 1995; Sampson and Raudenbush 1999; Odgers et. al. 2012)

  6. Pilot Study. • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment.

  7. Pilot Study. • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. • Sample: • ~50 observations from ~20 Interviewers • (About 3 data points per Interviewer.)

  8. Pilot Study. • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. • Sample: • ~50 observations from ~20 Interviewers • (About 3 data points per Interviewer.) • Interviewers Demographics: • Mid-to-late 20’s; Upper-middle class; MA at a private mid-west University.

  9. Pilot Study. • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. • Sample: • ~50 observations from ~20 Interviewers • (About 3 data points per Interviewer.) • Interviewers Demographics: • Mid-to-late 20’s; Upper-middle class; MA at a private mid-west University. • Training and Calibration: • Rigorously trained twice a week for an hour and half by a well qualified faculty member; six weeks of training prior to going into the field.

  10. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Assessment of PhysicalSpace Interviewer

  11. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Assessment of PhysicalSpace Interviewer μ = 9.351

  12. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Interviewer Assessment of Physical Space Interviewer Characteristics Assessment of PhysicalSpace Interviewer

  13. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Interviewer Assessment of Physical Space Interviewer Characteristics Male Assessment of PhysicalSpace Female

  14. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Interviewer Assessment of Physical Space Interviewer Characteristics Male +~.6795 Assessment of PhysicalSpace Female

  15. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Interviewer Assessment of Physical Space Interviewer Characteristics Respondent Characteristics Male Assessment of PhysicalSpace Female

  16. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Interviewer Assessment of Physical Space Interviewer Characteristics Respondent Characteristics Male Assessment of PhysicalSpace Mediator Female

  17. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Interviewer Assessment of Physical Space Interviewer Characteristics Respondent Characteristics Male +~6.52 Assessment of PhysicalSpace INCOME + ~.0145 Female

  18. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Interviewer Assessment of Physical Space Interviewer Characteristics Respondent Characteristics Male +~6.52 Assessment of PhysicalSpace INCOME Female

  19. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Interviewer Assessment of Physical Space Interviewer Characteristics Respondent Characteristics Male Why? Assessment of PhysicalSpace INCOME Female

  20. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Interviewer Assessment of Physical Space Interviewer Characteristics Respondent Characteristics Male Why? Assessment of PhysicalSpace INCOME Female (See: Low 2001)

  21. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Interviewer Assessment of Physical Space Interviewer Characteristics Respondent Characteristics Male So What? Why? Assessment of PhysicalSpace INCOME Female (See: Low 2001) (See: Low 2001)

  22. Theory • Empirical Question: • Does gender have an effect on interviewer assessment. Interviewer Assessment of Physical Space Interviewer Characteristics Respondent Characteristics Male So What? Why? Assessment of PhysicalSpace INCOME Female (See: Low 2001) (See: Low 2001)

  23. Theory • Potential Solutions to Methodological Issue(s): Solutions given the Effect More selectivity in instrument to reduce heterogeneity.

  24. Theory • Potential Solutions to Methodological Issue(s): Solutions given the Effect More selectivity in instrument to reduce heterogeneity. More resources into training and inter-subjectivity development.

  25. Theory • Potential Solutions to Methodological Issue(s): Solutions given the Effect More selectivity in instrument to reduce heterogeneity. More resources into training and inter-subjectivity development. Mechanize the data collection and analysis process.

  26. Theory • Potential Solutions to Methodological Issue(s): Solutions given the Effect More selectivity in instrument to reduce heterogeneity. More resources into training and inter-subjectivity development. Mechanize the data collection and analysis process. Thanks.

  27. Method(s) • Created a gender indicator based on interviewer’s name. • Created a Physical Assessment Scale based on iaq1_1-iaq1_8. • Weighted Male response to represent population. (Men are under represented) • Regressed on the Physical Assessment Scale. • Slides and Code available: • Home.uchicago.edu/~/dgourdin/Do_You_See/