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Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: What is sampling?
Chapter 2: What is my population?
Chapter 3: Should I use probability sampling?
Chapter 4: Should I use subjective, non-probability sampling?
Chapter 5: How do I sample from ill-defined, hard-to-reach, and wary populations?
Chapter 6: How can I sample people ethically?
Chapter 7: How can I reduce error and bias in sampling?
Chapter 8: How large should my sample be?