Web Survey Bibliography
During the last two decades the Netherlands institute for Social Research has accumulated a lot of knowledge and experience in conducting surveys among non-western ethnic minorities in the Netherlands. So far these surveys have always been unimode face-to-face surveys, but for the 2010 survey (SIM2010) an experiment has been set up to compare this design with a sequential mixed-mode survey.
This experiment has several advantages such as the possibility to separate differences due to changes over time and differences due to changes in design on important outcome variables. This is an important issue since this survey is part of a time series. Another advantage is the possibility to investigate how representative the response compositions of both surveys are. Of course this design has some limitations and the most obvious one is that in this design the mixed-mode survey makes it very difficult to disentangle mode effects from selection effects.
This presentation discusses the possibilities and limitations of conducting a mixed-mode survey in comparison with a unimode face-to-face survey among non-western minorities in the Netherlands. It focuses on issues such as questionnaire design, mode choice and fieldwork logistics. Furthermore it talks about differences in response and response composition in both surveys and differences on important outcome variables.
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Web Survey Bibliography (6359)
- Using screen video capture software to aide and inform cognitive interviewing; 2012; Chaney, B. H., Barry, A. E., Chaney, J. D., Stellefson, M. L., Webb, M. C.
- Respondents Cooperation: Demographic Profile of Survey Respondents and Its Implication; 2012; Glaser, P.
- Costs and Errors in Fixed and Mobile Phone Surveys; 2012; Vehovar, V., Slavec, A., Berzelak, N.
- E-Mail Surveys; 2012; Mesch, G.
- Does survey experience affect respondents’ reported level of satisfaction?; 2012; Schultz Christensen, A., Ladenburg, J.
- Building Your Own Online Panel Via E-Mail and Other Digital Media; 2012; Toepoel, V.
- Data Quality in HIV/AIDS Web-Based Surveys: Handling Invalid and Suspicious Data; 2012; Bauermeister, J. A., Pingel, E., Zimmerman, M., Couper, M. P., Carballo-Diéguez, A., Strecher, V. J.
- Response rates in three opinion surveys performed through online questionnaires in the health setting...; 2012; Aerny Perreten, N., Domínguez-Berjón, M. F., Astray Mochales, J., Esteban-Vasallo, M. D., Blanco Ancos...
- Use of Web 2.0 to Recruit Australian Gay Men to an Online HIV/AIDS Survey; 2012; Theriault, N., Bi, P., Hiller, J. E., Nor, M.
- Web and Mail Surveys: An Experimental Comparison of Methods for Nonprofit Research; 2012; Lin, W., Van Ryzin, G. G.
- Evaluation of an online (opt-in) panel for public participation geographic information systems surveys...; 2012; Brown, G., Weber, D., Zanon, D., de Bie, K.
- The World's Simplest Survey Microsimulator (WSSM); 2012; Karr, A. F., Cox, L. H.
- Survey Data Collection and Integration; 2012; Davino, C., Fabbris, L.
- Detecting Satisficing In Online Surveys: What we found ; 2012; Salifu, S.
- Developing an Online GIS-based Survey Instrument to Elicit Perceived Neighborhood Information for Environmental...; 2012; Carr, J., Johnson, I., Keene, R., Landry, P., Gradeck, R., Lucht, J., Beach, S., Clougherty, J.
- Challenges of assessing the quality of a prerecruited probability-based panel of internet users in...; 2012; Struminskaya, B., Kaczmirek, L.
- Item comparability in cross-national surveys: results from asking probing questions in cross-national...; 2012; Behr, D., Braun, M., Kaczmirek, L., Bandilla, W.
- Assessing Cross-National Equivalence of Measures of Xenophobia: Evidence from Probing in Web Surveys; 2012; Behr, D., Braun, M., Kaczmirek, L.
- Impact and the Research Excellence Framework: New challenges for universities; 2012; Grant, J.
- Mobile Befragungen: Was Big Data mit kleinen Geräten zu tun hat; 2012
- Studying Migrants with the Help of the Internet: Methods from Psychology; 2012; Reips, U. -D., Buffardi, L.
- Impact of Fixed Choice Design on Blockmodeling Outcomes; 2012; Znidarsic, A.
- Panel Conditioning in Online Survey Panels: Problems of Increased Sophistication and Decreased Engagemeent...; 2012; Adams, A. N., Atkeson, L. R., Karp, J. A.
- Efficiency of Different Recruitment Strategies for Web Panels; 2012; Hansen, K. M., Pedersen, R. T.
- Understanding Mode Effects between Mobile Web and Mobile SMS Surveys; 2012; Poduska, B., Johnson, P.
- Improving Representativeness In Online Surveys Using A Combined Internet/Postal Approach: Evidence From...; 2012; Atorough, P., Donaldson, B., Harris, A.
- Paper-and-Pencil versus Web Administration of a Student Satisfaction Survey; 2012; Bowen, C.-C.
- Toward Understanding Response Sequence in Check-All-That-Apply Web Survey Questions: A Research Note...; 2012; Stern, M. J., Bilgen, I., Rookey, B. D.
- The Mode of Invitation for Web Surveys; 2012; Bandilla, W., Couper, M. P., Kaczmirek, L.
- Encouraging Survey Response via Smartphones: Effects on Respondents’ Use of Mobile Devices and...; 2012; Dillman, D. A., Millar, M. M.
- Surveying Rare Populations Using a Probabilitybased Online Panel; 2012; Peugh, J., Wright, G.
- Methods for Improving Response Rates in Two-Phase Mail Surveys; 2012; Brick, J. M., Andrews, W. R., Brick, P. D., King, H., Mathiowetz, N. A., Stokes, L.
- Latent class analysis of response inconsistencies across modes of data collection; 2012; Yan, T., Kreuter, F., Tourangeau, R.
- Item non-response in open-ended questions: Who does not answer on the meaning of left and right?; 2012; Scholz, E., Zuell, C.
- Nonresponse and Online Student Evaluations of Teaching: Understanding the Inﬂuence of Salience...; 2012; Adams, M. J. D., Umbach, P. D.
- Disfluencies and Gaze Aversion in Unreliable Responses to Survey Questions; 2012; Schober, M. F., Conrad, F. G., Dijkstra, W., Ongena, Y. P.
- Evaluating Survey Questions: A Comparison of Methods; 2012; Yan, T., Kreuter, F., Tourangeau, R.
- Use of Paradata in a Responsive Design Framework to Manage a Field Data Collection; 2012; Wagner, J., West, B. T., Kirgis, N., Lepkowski, J. M., Axinn, W., Kruger-Ndiaye, S.
- A Comparison of Alternative Indicators for the Risk of Nonresponse Bias; 2012; Wagner, J.
- Differences by Survey Language and Mode among Chinese Respondents to a CAHPS Health Plan Survey; 2012; Elliott, M. N., Edwards, W. S., Klein, J. D., Heller, A.
- Recruiting A Probability Sample For An Online Panel: Effects Of Contact Mode, Incentives, And Information...; 2012; Scherpenzeel, A., Toepoel, V.
- Innovation der Online-Datenerhebung für wissenschaftliche Forschungen. Das niederländische MESS-Projekt...; 2012; Das, M.
- Do Questions about Watching Internet Pornography Make People Watch Internet Pornography? A Comparison...; 2012; Peter, J., Valkenburg, P. M.
- “I think I know what you did last summer” Improving data quality in panel surveys; 2012; Lugtig, P. J.
- An Initial Look at Non-Response and Attrition in Understanding Society; 2012; Lynn, P., Burton, J., Kaminska, O., Knies, G., Nandi, A.
- Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 4: Results from Methodological Experiments; 2012; Burton, J., Budd, S., Gilbert, E., Jaeckle, A., Kaminska, O., Uhrig, S.C. N., Brown, M., Calderwood,...
- The Propensity of Older Respondents to Participate in a General Purpose Survey; 2012; Lynn, P.
- Mode-Switch Protocols: How a Seemingly Small Design Difference can affect Attrition Rates and Attrition...; 2012; Lynn, P.
- When More Gets You Less: A Meta-Analysis of the Effect of Concurrent Web Options on Mail Survey Response...; 2012; Medway, R., Fulton, J.
- Does Giving People Their Preferred Survey Mode Actually Increase Survey Participation Rates?; 2012; Olson, K., Smyth, J. D., Wood, H.