Web Survey Bibliography
The Survey2000 Project is the largest and most comprehensive Internet-based social science survey to date. Along with generating interesting data about geographic mobility, feelings of community, and culinary, literary, and musical tastes, the experience of operating a survey with Internet tools has set into sharp relief important methodological issues of sample size, representation, and generalization. The authors argue that Internet-based survey research can yield meaningfully comparable data about both Internet users and larger populations.
Web Survey Bibliography - Witte, J. C. (7)
- Introduction to the Special Issue on Web Surveys ; 2009; Witte, J. C.
- Web Survey Design: Balancing Measurement, Response, and Topical Interest ; 2009; Shropshire, K. O., Hawdon, J. E., Witte, J. C.
- Instrument Effects of Images in Web Surveys: A Research Note; 2004; Witte, J. C., Pargas, R. P., Mobley, C., Hawdon, J.
- Database Design for Dynamic Online Surveys; 2003; Pargas, R. P., Witte, J. C., Jaganathan, K., Davis, J. S.
- Does the Internet Increase, Decrease, or Supplement Social Capital? Social Networks, Participation,...; 2001; Wellman, B., Haase, A. Q., Witte, J. C., Hampton, K. N.
- Method and Representation in Internet-Based Survey Tools: Mobility, Community, and Cultural Identity...; 2000; Witte, J. C., Amoroso, L. M., Howard, P. E. N.
- Research Methodology: Method and Representation in Internet-Based Survey Tools-Mobility, Community,...; 2000; Witte, J. C., Amoroso, L. M., Howard, P. E. N.