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Funeral services have been announced for Monroe High School student Kaylie Jackson, 17, who died following a prom night crash (Facebook)

The funeral arrangements for a Monroe High School student have been announced, the district superintendent says.

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Monroe Schools Superintendent Dr. Phil Cagwin says the visitation for Kaylie Jackson will be held Sunday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Liberty Heights Church at 7904 Hamilton Princeton Road in Liberty Township.

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Jackson died following a crash on prom night.

Police say Jackson, 17, was in the backseat of a Tesla that crashed in the 8200 block of Millikin Road Friday.

MORE:4 Monroe High students hospitalized after prom night crash

Three other teens were in the vehicle during the crash but have since been released from the West Chester Hospital, Monroe Schools say.

The police report shows that Kaylie was not wearing a seat belt at the time and was ejected from the car after the impact.

Butler County Traffic Unit detectives were back on the scene Monday looking for any evidence on what may have caused the crash.

MORE:Grief counselors at Monroe High School after students hurt in prom night crash

Grief counselors were on hand Monday as students returned to class, school officials say.

“The kids are dealing with this tragedy in their own individual ways but, at this time, they are leaning on each other," said Monroe Local Schools Superintendent Phil Cagwin."We are certainly hopeful that the student in the hospital also recovers.”

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Three main types of interviewer effects can be distinguished: interviewer effects on the unit nonresponse process, on item nonresponse and on the actual measurement ( Figure 1 ).

Figure 1: Types of interviewer effects in surveys

When considering the unit nonresponse process we find that interviewers are differentially successful at recruiting sample units leading to differential unit response rates. A growing literature has examined the role of the interviewer in the nonresponse process and attention has been paid to interviewer attributes, such as experience (Durban Stuart, 1951; Couper Groves, 1992; Singer, Frankel, Glassman, 1983; Snijkers, Hox, de Leeuw, 1999; Olson Peytchev, 2007; Lipps Pollien, 2011), interviewer skills (Morton-Williams, 1993; Campanelli, Sturgis, Prudon, 1997), interviewer-respondent interaction (Groves Couper, 1998), as well as survey design characteristics, such as interviewer burden (Japec, 2008) and interviewer payment (de Heer, 1999; Durrant, Groves, Staetsky, Steele, 2010).

To explain differential response rates across interviewers survey methodologists have examined interviewer attitudes and motivation (Campanelli et al., 1997; Groves Couper, 1998; Hox Leeuw, 2002; Durrant et al., 2010; Blom, de Leeuw, Hox, 2011). This strand of research was inspired by the work of Lehtonen (1996), who developed a short interviewer attitudes scale and showed that attitudes correlate with attained response rate. Another line of studies focuses on interviewer behaviour and interviewer-respondent interaction (Couper Groves, 1992; Campanelli et al., 1997; Groves Couper, 1998; Snijkers et al., 1999). This started with the pioneering work of Morton-Williams (1993), who analysed tape recordings of survey introductions and identified successful interviewer strategies, such as, using professional and social skills, and adapting these to the doorstep situation.

In addition, interviewers have an influence on item nonresponse, i.e. on the respondents’ willingness to answer each question in the survey and on their consent to providing additional information. The consent to the collection of additional information can be diverse; typical examples are consent to record linkage (Lessof, 2009; Calderwood Lessof, 2009; Sakshaug,Couper, Ofstedal, Weir, 2012; Sala, Burton, Knies, 2012; Korbmacher Schröder, forthcoming ) and consent to the collection of biomarkers in health surveys (Sakshaug, Couper, Ofstedal, 2009).

Traditionally, the literature on interviewer effects on item response rates describes a clustering effect of item nonresponse within interviewers and tries to model these interviewer effects by demographic characteristics of the interviewer (Singer et al. 1983). Another strand of research looks into collecting additional information about the interviewers, for example on their expectations, by means of interviewer questionnaires (Singer and Kohnke-Aguirre 1979; Singer et al. 1983).

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