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Web Survey Bibliography

Title Method and Representation in Internet-Based Survey Tools: Mobility, Community, and Cultural Identity in Survey 2000
Source Social Science Computer Review, 18, 2, pp. 179-195
Year 2000
Access date 23.04.2007

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.

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