Web Survey Bibliography
Mobile communication and positioning technologies including the Global Positioning System (GPS), the Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) and Radio Data System (RDS) have advanced rapidly and their costs are decreasing. They demonstrate great potential as survey instruments for tracking individual mobility and travel behaviour, by enabling to conduct surveys for longer periods and providing more accurate data on the spatial and temporal frameworks of travels. Beside these improvements, the utilisation of new technologies may reduce respondent burden and the survey cost which should have first-class impacts on data accuracy and quality.
Moreover, the relatively low burden for the respondent allows substantially extended survey duration: at least one week with GPS, compared to one day with the conventional questionnaire. We took the opportunity of the French National Travel Survey to have the first nationwide experience with embedding such a “GPS package” in a traditional survey, with a sub-sample of approximately 750 voluntary interviewees. The main problem is that, those who are willing to participate in a GPS based-survey have a particular profile e.g. GPS survey participation is positively correlated with higher education, higher income and therefore higher access to cars and greater mobility. This means that when we ask interviewees to use new technologies in surveys we should face non-ignorable nonresponse.
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Web Survey Bibliography - France (34)
- Research Intentions are Nothing without Technology: Mixed-Method Web Surveys and the Coberen Wall of...; 2013; Ganassali, S., Rodriguez-Santos, C.
- Google et Médiamétrie créent une audience bimédia; 2012; Gonzales, P.
- Combining web and face-to-face in travel surveys: comparability challenges?; 2012; Bayart, C., Bonnel, P.
- Mobile, webmail, desktops: Where are we viewing email now?; 2011
- DIME-SHS; 2011; Lesnard, L.
- Vademecum: COST instruments, Core Group Meeting; 2011
- How do Respondents Perceive a Questionnaire? The Contribution of Open-ended Questions; 2011; Markou, E., Garnier, B.
- Separation of selection bias and mode effect in mixed-mode survey – Application to the face-to...; 2011; Bayart, C., Bonnel, P.
- Comparison between web-based and paper versions of a self-administered anthropometric questionnaire; 2010; Touvier, M., Méjean, C., Kesse-Guyo, E., Malon, A.Castetbon, K., Hercberg, S., Pollet, C.
- Audipresse Premium: Using The Internet To Help Measure Press Readership ; 2009; Saint-Joanis, G., Néraudau, J.
- Methodological Tests On Online Research: Incidence Of Formal Aspects/Questionnaire Layout On The Results...; 2009; Schmutz, B., Lê Van Truoc, O.
- The mixing of survey modes: application to Laon web and face‐to‐face household travel survey...; 2009; Bayart, C., Bonnel, P.
- Individual Follow-up of the Target Population: the Plural Strategies of a Web Survey; 2009; Markou, E., de Cledat, B., Razafindratsima, N., Laurent, R., Issenhuth, P.
- What to do if Probability Sampling is Impossible in a Web Survey?; 2009; Markou, E., Razafindratsima, N., de Cledat, B., Issenhuth, P., Laurent, R.
- Response latency as an indicator of optimizing in online questionnaires; 2009; Callegaro, M., Yang, Y., Bhola, D. S., Dillman, D. A., Chin, T. -J.
- Acceptability of the use of new technologies by interviewees in surveys; 2009; Roux, S., Marchal, P., Armoogum, J.
- Anytime, Anywhere Mobile Interviewing: Comparing Mobile Voice and Web Response Patterns; 2009; Petit, F. C.
- The Influence of the Design of Web Survey Questionnaires on the Quality of Responses; 2008; Ganassali, S.
- Online access panels and tracking research. The conditioning issue; 2007; Nancarrow, C., Cartwright, T.
- Response Order Effects in International Online Surveys; 2006; Thomas, R. K., Greenfield, S., Bremer, J.
- Web surveys questionnaire design and quality of responses; 2006; Ganassali, S.
- Trust, Identity, and the Effects of Voting Technologies on Voting Behavior; 2005; Oostveen, A. M., Besselaar, P.
- Aux Abonnes Absents: Liste Rouge Et Telephone Portable Dans Les Enquetes En Population Generale Sur...; 2005; Beck, F., Legleye, S., Peretti-Watel, P.
- Sampling procedure, questionnaire design, online implementation; 2005; Jackob, N., Arens, J., Zerback, T.Jowell, R.; de Rouvray, C.
- Web surveying academics in seven European countries: challenges encountered; 2005; Smeenk, S., van Selm, M., Eisinga, R.
- Response effects in Europe; 2004; Basso Larsen, R., Rathod, S.
- Conducting market research using the Internet: the case of Xenon Laboratories; 2004; Lockett, A., Blackman, I.
- Asking about quantity and frequency of alcohol consumption before asking the CAGE questions produces...; 2004; Etter, J. -F.
- E-voting: participation, turn out, and digital divide; 2004; Oostveen, A.-M., Besselaar, P.
- Solicitation by e-Mail and solicitor's status: A field study of social research influence on the...; 2002; Gueguen, N., Jacob, C.
- Mobile phone in sample surveys; 2002; Roy, G., Vanheuverzwyn, A.
- Controlling the Uncontrollable. Towards the Perfect Web Sample; 1998; Dahlen, M.
- Web Interviewing. Validating the Application of Web Interviewing Using a Comparative Study on the Telephone...; 1998; Findlater, A., Kottler, R. E.
- Generalized raking procedures in survey sampling; 1993; Deville, J. C., Sarndal, C. E., Sautory, O.