Web Survey Bibliography
We discuss the role of telephone data collection as part of a multimode survey effort. In such a survey, telephone may be a starting mode, an anchor (or main) mode, or a follow-up mode to other modes. In this overview, we review the complimentary attributes of telephone collection vis-à-vis other modes and discuss administrative issues involved in fielding a multimode telephone survey, including instrumentation, survey operations and management, data quality and comparability, survey costs, and survey design. The authors draw on experience from three MPR multimode surveys, with the following mode combinations: paper/web/CATI, web/CATI, and CATI/CAPI.
Web Survey Bibliography - 2nd International Conference on Telephone Survey Methodology (9)
- The Effects of Mode and Format on Answers to Scalar Questions in Telephone and Web Surveys; 2006; Christian, L. M., Dillman, D. A., Smyth, J. D.
- Does ‘Yes or No‘ on the Telephone Mean the Same as ‘Check-all-that-apply’ on...; 2006; Smyth, J. D., Christian, L. M., Dillman, D. A.
- Evaluating the Transition of an Ongoing RDD Survey to a Dual Mode-Dual Frame RDD/Internet Survey; 2006; Dutwin, D., Herrmann, M., Kulp, D., Lavine, S.
- Telephone and Web: The Mixed-mode Challenge; 2006; Speize, H., Baker, R. P., Wiitala, W., Greene, J.
- Mobile vs. Fixed-line Surveys in Hong Kong; 2006; Bacon-Shone, J., Lau, L.
- Nonresponse and Measurement Error in Mobile Phone Surveys; 2006; Fuchs, M.
- Telephone Collection as Part of a Multimode Survey; 2006; Pierzchala, M., Guerino, P., Wilson, C., Wright, D.
- Mobile Phones - Influence on Telephone Surveys; 2006; Kuusela, V., Vehovar, V., Callegaro, M.
- Aux Abonnes Absents: Liste Rouge Et Telephone Portable Dans Les Enquetes En Population Generale Sur...; 2005; Beck, F., Legleye, S., Peretti-Watel, P.