Web Survey Bibliography
Title Proper methodologies for psychological and sociological studies conducted via the Internet
Source Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers, 28, 2, pp. 186-191
Database ISI Web of Knowledge
Access date 24.05.2004
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Abstract This paper outlines specific methodologies for conducting research via computer networks. We discuss advantages of Internet experimentation over previous modes of telecommunicationfacilitated research and characterize features of studies that can benefit from Internet access and those which are unlikely to. We point out pitfalls and suggest a range of potential solutions in terms of specific practical techniques for managing the design, dissemination, and collection of Internet materials. We also discuss techniques for minimizing attrition and for adapting to recalcitrance presented by “hacker” vandalism.
Bibliographic typeJournal article
Year of publication1996
Web Survey Bibliography - Hewson, C. M. (5)
- Recommendations for implementing online surveys and simple experiments in social and behavioural research...; 2012; Hewson, C. M.
- Research Design and Tools for Internet Research; 2008; Hewson, C. M., Laurent, D.
- Measuring health beliefs on the Internet: A comparison of paper and Internet administrations of the...; 2006; Hewson, C. M., Charlton, J. P.
- Internet Research Methods: A Practical Guide for the Social and Behavioural Sciences; 2003; Hewson, C. M., Yule, P., Laent, D., Vogel, C. M.
- Proper methodologies for psychological and sociological studies conducted via the Internet; 1996; Hewson, C. M., Laurent, D., Vogel, C. M.