Darren Pennay
Darren Pennay
Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, Australian National University, Adjunct Professor, University of Queensland
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A review of conceptual approaches and empirical evidence on probability and nonprobability sample survey research
C Cornesse, AG Blom, D Dutwin, JA Krosnick, ED De Leeuw, S Legleye, ...
Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 8 (1), 4-36, 2020
National estimates of Australian gambling prevalence: f indings from a dual‐frame omnibus survey
NA Dowling, GJ Youssef, AC Jackson, DW Pennay, KL Francis, A Pennay, ...
Addiction 111 (3), 420-435, 2016
Community attitudes to road safety: wave 19, 2006
D Pennay
Australian Transport Safety Bureau, 2006
Australians’ attitudes to violence against women: Full technical report: Findings from the 2013 National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey (NCAS)
K Webster, D Pennay, R Bricknall, K Diemer, M Flood, A Powell, V Politiff, ...
Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth), 2014
Surveying alcohol and other drug use through telephone sampling: a comparison of landline and mobile phone samples
M Livingston, P Dietze, J Ferris, D Pennay, L Hayes, S Lenton
BMC Medical Research Methodology 13 (1), 1-7, 2013
The Online Panels Benchmarking Study: a Total Survey Error comparison of fndings from probability-based surveys and nonprobability online panel surveys in Australia
D Pennay, D Neiger, PJ Lavrakas, K Borg
The Australian National University, 2018
An examination of the prevalence, consumer profiles, and patterns of energy drink use, with and without alcohol, in Australia
A Pennay, A Cheetham, N Droste, P Miller, B Lloyd, D Pennay, N Dowling, ...
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 39 (8), 1485-1492, 2015
Improving gambling survey research using dual-frame sampling of landline and mobile phone numbers
AC Jackson, D Pennay, NA Dowling, B Coles-Janess, DR Christensen
Journal of Gambling Studies 30 (2), 291-307, 2014
Australians’ attitudes to violence against women: Findings from the 2013 National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey
K Webster, D Pennay, R Bricknall, K Diemer, M Flood, A Powell, A Ward
Victorian Health Promotion Foundation, Melbourne, Australia: VicHealth, 2014
Profiling the ‘mobile phone only’population: A study of Australians with a mobile phone and no landline telephone
D Pennay, N Bishop
Social Research Centre, North Melbourne, 2009
Community attitudes to road safety: 2008 survey report
D Pennay
The Bureau, 2008
Profiling the ‘mobile phone only’population. Results from a dual-frame telephone survey using a landline and mobile phone sample frame
D Pennay
ACSPRI social science methodology conference, 2010
Weighting Strategies for Combining Data from Dual-Frame Telephone Surveys: Emerging Evidence from Australia.
B Baffour, M Haynes, M Western, D Pennay, S Misson, A Martinez
Journal of Official Statistics (JOS) 32 (3), 2016
Building a probability-based online panel: Life in Australia™
L Kaczmirek, B Phillips, D Pennay, PJ Lavrakas, D Neiger
The Australian National University, 2019
Choosing to act: Bystander action to prevent race-based discrimination and support cultural diversity in the Victorian community
Z Russell, D Pennay, K Webster, Y Paradies
Victorian Health Promotion Foundation, 2013
Profiling the mobile‐only population in Australia: insights from the Australian National Health Survey
B Baffour, M Haynes, S Dinsdale, M Western, D Pennay
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 40 (5), 443-447, 2016
The role of bystander knowledge, attitudes and behaviours in preventing violence against women
DW Pennay, A Powell
Melbourne: The Social Research Centre, 2012
Social research centre dual-frame omnibus survey: technical and methodological report
D Pennay, NJ Vickers
Melbourne: Social Research Centre, 2012
Differences between landline and mobile phone users in sexual behavior research
PB Badcock, K Patrick, A Smith, JM Simpson, D Pennay, CE Rissel, ...
Archives of Sexual Behavior 46 (6), 1711-1721, 2017
Australians rate the most significant events in their lifetimes-and show the'fair go'is still most valued
F Bongiorno, D Pennay
The Australian National University, 2018
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