Web Survey Bibliography
This paper is based on a empirical study conducted all over 2006 to understand new forms of radio and music consumption within Portuguese radio listeners. Our goal was to evaluate the importance of call-in surveys in radio programming, as well its evolution to new survey methodologies using digital platforms. We have developed an new approach to data gathering, using an online listener panel. This panel is composed with the listeners of the most listened radio station in Portugal: RFM. This radio station has around one million listeners all over the country and last year, changed the “call out” method in to an “in mail” method, which is based on an online panel. This panel is an ever growing one, and had, by the time we developed our study five thousand listeners (today, has already duplicated that number).Our main objective is to present information gathered on this issue in different countries, especially United Kingdom and United States, which we will confront with the results of the inquiry that we have applied to RFM’s on line listeners panel, presenting the innovative investigation method that the station developed in Portugal.
Web Survey Bibliography - 7th International Conference on Social Science Methodology (27)
- Use of a website to evaluate quality of work-life and quality of life among community workers helping...; 2008; Dupuis, G.
- Comparing the network structures in teams among companies: Extensions of the MTML approach; 2008; Agneessens, F., Contractor, N.
- Online poll in study of incentives to participation of youth in innovative development; 2008; Gvozdeva, E. S.
- Measuring ties on online forums; 2008; Ziberna, A., Vehovar, V., Jakulin, A.
- Using Internet Pages of Organisations as Data Source for Social Science Research; 2008; Baumgarten, B., Grauel, J.
- Social Web Data as a Source for Social Science Research. The Example of a German Online Dating Website...; 2008; Skopek, J., Schmitz, A.
- DHS CAPI Data Collection Model Using PDAs; 2008; Rojas, G.
- The relative Coverage Error in Telephone Surveys caused by Mobile-Only Populations across Europe; 2008; Fuchs, M.
- Chaotic Web: The challenge of Misinformation and Disinformation; 2008; Keshavarz, H.
- Mixed methods in online evaluation: benefits and problems; 2008; Kuckartz, U.
- Use of the Internet as a data collection tool: a methodological investigation of online synchronous...; 2008; Evans, A. R., Elford, J., Wiggins, D.
- Parallel Phone and Web-based Interviews: Effects of Sample and Weighting on Comparability and Validity...; 2008; Thomas, R. K., Krane, D., Taylor, H., Terhanian, G.
- Modern Telephony, the Web and Survey Management; 2008; Olsen, R. J.
- Mobile Web Survey Design; 2008; Peytchev, A. Hill, C.
- Impact of new technologies in data collection methods; 2008; Callegaro, M.
- Integration of the web into survey data collection: Balancing costs and errors; 2008; Vehovar, V., Berzelak, N., Lozar Manfreda, K.
- Assessing Semantic Differentials with Visual Analogue Scales in Web Surveys; 2008; Funke, F., Reips, U. -D.
- Response Non-Differentiation and Response Styles in Web-Based Studies: Causes and Consequences ; 2008; Frisina, L. T., Thomas, R. K.
- Communicative Channels, Cognitive Processes and Question Understanding: Results from a Randomized Field...; 2008; Fuchs, M.
- Psycholinguistic Determinants of Question Difficulty: A Web Experiment; 2008; Faa▀, T., Kaczmirek, L.
- Interactive Interventions in Web Surveys Can Improve Data Quality; 2008; Conrad, F. G., Tourangeau, R., P., Kennedy, C.Couper, M. P.
- Understanding the decision to participate in a survey: motives for refusal and preferred forms of contact...; 2008; ┴lvarez, R. M., Sevillano, V.
- Visual Analogue Scales in Cross Cultural Web Surveys ; 2008; Funke, F., Reips, U. -D., Thomas, R. K.
- Survey mode effects in smoking status assessment; 2008; Burns, E., Levinson, A.
- Uses of self-anchoring scales in web surveys; 2008; Van Acker, F., Theuns, P.
- Open-ended questions and online surveys: the mode effect in relation to length; 2008; Denscombe, M.
- New survey strategies for radio: the RFM’s “Ouvinte Mais” case study; 2008; Cordeiro, P.