The JSLC's design was a two-stage stratified random sampling design where there was a Primary Sampling Unit (PSU) and a selection of dwellings from the primary units .
The JSLC used an administered questionnaire to collect the data which were stored and analyzed using SPSS for Windows (SPSS Inc; Chicago, IL, USA).
In contrast, the 2002 JSLC
revealed that only 68 percent of poor households reported attendance similar to the PATH minimum requirement (PIOJ/STATIN 2003).
The basic objective of JSLC is to educate senior leaders about DOD policies, programs, organizations, and efforts to combat weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and to explain how DOD forces are incorporated into homeland defense and defense support to civil authorities.
JSLC students are introduced to a wide range of agencies involved in defending and reacting to CBRN threats.
The JSLC is a self-administered questionnaire where respondents are asked to recall detailed information on particular activities.
Chevannes's work explains the current findings as well to provide in-depth information on statistics published in the Jamaica Survey of Living Conditions (JSLC).
The JSLC used stratified random probability sampling technique to drawn the original sample of respondents, with a non-response rate of 26.2%.
The instrument used by the JSLC was an administered questionnaire where respondents are asked to recall detailed information on particular activities.
is a self-administered questionnaire, where respondents are asked to recall detailed information on particular activities.
This study used JSLC
(2007) which was conducted by the Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN) and the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) between May and August 2007.