Web Survey Bibliography
Longitudinal surveys face a number of unique methodological challenges in addition to having to deal with all the issues faced by other surveys. This presentation will focus on those aspects of methodology that are unique to longitudinal surveys or that have rather distinct properties in the case of longitudinal surveys. I will outline those aspects and, for each, will present a brief overview of methodological research in the area, focussing particularly on recent and current research and outlining a desirable future research agenda. Topics discussed will include sample design, between-wave intervals, keeping track of sample members and maintaining co-operation, adjusting for panel attrition, panel conditioning, and instrument design to minimise measurement error in measures of change.
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Web Survey Bibliography - PPSM 1st International Conference - Improving survey methods (10)
- Are people sharing their mobile phones? Selection probabilities in cellular telephone surveys; 2009; Fuchs, M., Busse, B.
- Accuracy of Estimates in Access Panel based Surveys; 2009; Enderle, T., Münnich, R., Bruch, C.
- New developments in survey methodology for official statistics; 2009; Bethlehem, J.
- Improving Response Rates in Online Business Surveys by Using CATI; 2009; Höglinger, M., Abraham, M., Arpagaus, J.
- Survey cooperation: response to initial and follow-up requests - Recent experiences from the recruitment...; 2009; Bartsch, S., Engel, U., Schnabel, C., Vehre, H.
- Methodological Research for Longitudinal Surveys; 2009; Lynn, P.
- Using Mobile Phones to Administer a Working Memory Updating Task in a Survey - Cognitive Performance...; 2009; Schmiedek, F., Riediger, M., Lindenberger, U., Wagner, G. G.
- Accessibility of individuals for mobile phone surveys; 2009; Gabler, S., Häder, S.
- Mixed Modes and Measurement Error: Comparing face-to-face, telephone and web modes ; 2009; Hope, S., Nicolaas, G., Jäckle, A., Lynn, P., Nandi, A., Campanelli, P.
- The Difficult but Essential Challenge of Designing Mixed-Mode Surveys; 2009; Dillman, D. A.