Web Survey Bibliography
As the Internet continues to grow as a medium for survey administration, research on internet surveys compared to more traditional methods such as paper and pencil, lags further behind. Further research on coverage, sampling,
measurement, and non-response error is needed. This study explores respondent differences between web-based surveys and paper/pencil surveys by comparing response rates, the demographic profile of respondents, and the
types of responses offered. The results from this study show no demographic differences between web-based respondents and paper/pencil respondents, which is primarily attributable to the college student sample. In addition, this study finds no difference in overall response rates on the web-based survey and the paper/pencil survey. However, the study did find that partial non response was higher for web-based surveys then for paper/pencil surveys, with fewer web-based survey respondents
completing the survey. Finally, it does appear as if the length of comments offered for open-ended items is higher in paper/pencil administration compared to web-based administrations. This study adds to the growing but limited body of research on web-based surveys. It suggests that issues related to coverage error, non response error, measurement error, and sampling error need continued efforts and that our understanding of the impact of these errors within a web-based modality is still limited.
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Web Survey Bibliography - 2004 (516)
- Questionnaire Design: How to Plan, Structure and Write Survey Material for Effective Market Research...; 2013; Brace, I.
- An On-line Survey of Consumers with Migraine; 2004; Gibb, I. et al.
- Results of an On-Line Survey of Patients with Hereditary Angioedema; 2004; Huang, S.-W.
- Understanding the effect of prizes on response rates; 2004; Porter, S. R., Whitcomb, M. E.
- Multiple surveys of students and survey fatigue; 2004; Porter, S. R., Whitcomb, M. E., Weitzer, W. H.
- Conducting longitudinal studies; 2004; Bauer, K. W.
- A Typology of Research Methods Within the Social Sciences; 2004; Beissel-Durrant, G.
- The Economist/YouGov Internet Presidential poll.; 2004; Fiorina, M., Krosnick, J. A.
- Using an access panel as a sampling frame for voluntary household surveys. Experiences from a pilot...; 2004; Korner, T., Nimmergut, A.
- Understanding the question-answer process; 2004; Bradburn, N. M.
- The illusion of public opinion: Fact and artifact in american public opinion polls; 2004; Bishop, G. F.
- The Data Documentation Initiative. The value and significance of a worldwide standard; 2004; Blank, G., Rasmussen, K. B.
- On the primacy of affect in attitude-behavior research; 2004; Thomas, R. K., Schofield, C. M.
- Measuring expectations; 2004; Manski, C. F.
- Item response theory modelling for questionnaire evaluation; 2004; Reeve, B. B., MÔsse, L.
- How to make internet surveys representative: A case study of a two-step weighting procedure; 2004; Borsch-Supan, A. et al.
- Examining expert reviews as a pretest method; 2004; DeMaio, T., Landreth, A.
- EFAMRO - Quality standards for access panel - QSAP; 2004
- Developmnent and testing of web questionnaires; 2004; Baker, R. P., Crawford, S. D., Swinehart, J.
- Contact histories in personal visit surveys: the survey of income and program participation (SIPP) methods...; 2004; Bates, N.
- Benchmarking Knowledge Networks’ Web-enabled panel survey of selected GSS questions against GSS...; 2004; Dennis, J. M., Li, R. J., Chatt, C.
- Asking questions. The definitive guide to questionnaire design-for market research, political polls,...; 2004; Bradburn, N. M., Sudman, S., Wansink, B.
- An experiment in call scheduling; 2004; Cunningham, P., Martin, D., Brick, J. M.
- A household panel as a tool for cost-effective health-related population surveys: validity of the "...; 2004; Potthoff, P., Heinemann, Lothar A.J., Guther, B.
- A Comparison of multi-Item Likert and Visual Analogue Scales for the assessment of transactionally defined...; 2004; Flynn, D., van Schaik, P., van Wersch, A.
- When the Ethic is Functional to the Method: The Case of E-Mail Qualitative Interviews; 2004; Olivero, N., Lunt, P.
- Design your questions right: How to develop, test, evaluate and improve questionnaires; 2004; Henningsson, B.
- Quitting online studies: Effects of design elements and personality on dropout and nonresponse; 2004; Frick, A., Neuhaus, C., Buchanan, T.
- Virtual Research Ethics: A Content Analysis of Surveys and Experiments Online; 2004; Peden, B. F., Flashinski, D. P.
- How to conduct behavioral research over the Internet: A begginer s guide to HTML and CGI/Perl; 2004; Fraley, R. C.
- Apache, MySQL, and PHP for Web surveys; 2004; Goeritz, A.
- List-based Web Surveys: Quality, Timeliness, and Nonresponse in the Steps of the Participation Flow; 2004; Pratesi, M., Lozar Manfreda, K., Biffignandi, S., Vehovar, V.
- Validation of the Addiction Severity Index (ASI) for internet and automated telephone self-report administration...; 2004; Brodey, B. B., Rosen, C. S., Brodey, I. S., Sheetz, B. M., Steinfeld, R. R., Gastfriend, D. R.
- In the Long Run: lessons from a panel survey respondent incentive experiment; 2004; Jńckle, A., Lynn, P.
- Easy Survey: An Internet Survey Tool; 2004; Alvarez, M. B., Molpeceres, G., Alvarez, T.
- Propensity Score Adjustment As an Alternative Weighting Scheme for Web Survey Data; 2004; Lee, S.
- The Prevalence of Wireless Substitution; 2004; Luke, J. V., Blumberg, S. J., Cynamon, M. C.
- The Impact of Wireless Substitution on Random-Digit-Dialed Health Surveys; 2004; Blumberg, S. J., Luke, J. V.
- Is It the Young and the Restless Who Only Use Cellular Phones?; 2004; Steeh, C. G.
- Connecting Social Capital Offline and Online: The Effects of Internet Uses on Civic Community Engagement...; 2004; Nah, S.
- Cell Phone Owners and Usage Patterns; 2004; Tuckel, P. S., O’Neill, H.
- Will a "Perfect Storm" of Cellular-Linked Forces Sink RDD Sampling?; 2004; Lavrakas, P. J.
- A New Era for Telephone Surveys; 2004; Steeh, C. G.
- Web Search Savvy: Strategies and Shortcuts for Online Research; 2004; Friedman, B. G.
- Can Internet Surveys be Used for Social Surveys? : Results of an Experimental Study; 2004; Honda, N., Motokawa, A.
- Cooperation and Community on the Internet: Past Issues and Present Perspectives for theoretical-empirical...; 2004; Matzat, U.
- Methodology for Probability-Based Recruitment for a Web-Enabled Panel; 2004; Pineau, V., Dennis, J. M.
- Know Your Audience: A Practical Guide to Media Research; 2004; List, D.
- Choosing to Use the Web: Comparing Early and Late Respondents to an Online Web-based Survey Designed...; 2004; Irani, T. A., Gregg, J. A., Telg, R.
- Online or on paper: An examination of the differences in response and respondents to a survey administered...; 2004; Ballantyne, C.