Web Survey Bibliography
Because survey respondents may not be representative of the population being studied, the external validity of many research conclusions may be of concern. Nonresponse analyses helps address this concern. The purpose of this article is to identify how frequently nonresponse analyses are reported and what variables are related to these rates. The authors find that less than one third of the survey studies include nonresponse analyses. A number of journal and article quality measures and sample characteristics were found to be related to the reporting of nonresponse analyses.
Web Survey Bibliography - Organizational Research Methods (6)
- The Reporting of Nonresponse Analyses in Survey Research; 2007; Werner, S., Praxedes, M., G. G.; de Rouvray, C.Kim, H. G.; de Rouvray, C.
- Employee Surveys Administered Online: Attitudes Toward the Medium, Nonresponse, and Data Representativeness...; 2007; Thompson, L. F., Surface, E. A.
- The Measurement Equivalence of Web-Based and Paper-and-Pencil Measures of Transformational Leadership...; 2006; Cole, M. S., Bedeian, A. G., Feild, H. S.
- A Primer on Internet Organizational Surveys; 2001; Simsek, Z., Veiga, J. F.
- The Electronic Survey Technique: An Integration and Assessment; 2000; Simsek, Z., Veiga, J. F.
- Using Internet/intranet web pages to collect organizational research data; 1998; Stanton, J. M., Rogelberg, S. G.