Web Survey Bibliography
In 2004, we conducted a nationwide dual frame survey of landline and cell phone numbers to evaluate the feasibility of including cell phone numbers in a random digit dial telephone survey. Households with both landline and cell phones were eligible for
selection in both samples. This article describes our design and data collection methods; compares the results from the two samples (with an emphasis on operational characteristics); and presents the outcomes of two experimental manipulations designed to improve the cell phone response rate.
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Web Survey Bibliography - Tucker, C. (4)
- Comments on the Articles (2) - A Failure to Communicate; 2009; Tucker, C.
- Telephone survey methodology: Adapting to change; 2008; Tucker, C., Lepkowski, J. M.
- Advances in Telephone Survey Methodology; 2008; Lepkowski, J. M., Tucker, C., Brick, J. M., de Leeuw, E. D., Japec, L., Lavrakas, P. J., Sangster, R...
- Cell Phone Survey Feasibility in The U.S.: Sampling and Calling Cell Numbers Versus Landline Numbers; 2007; Brick, J. M., Brick, P. D., Dipko, S., Presser, S., Tucker, C., Yuan, Y.