Web Survey Bibliography
Title Instrument Effects of Images in Web Surveys: A Research Note
Source Social Science Computer Review, 22, 3, pp. 363-369
Database SAGE Journals Online
Access date 06.09.2004
Abstract This research note offers cautionary evidence, indicating just how little we know about how respondents react to and complete web surveys. Researchers using or contemplating a Web-based approach need to be very clear that the line between the phenomena to be measured and the means of measurement is often quite fuzzy. This note uses data from Survey2001 to illustrate this point. Nearly 30,000 respondents completed part or all of Survey2001, which was hosted by the National Geographic Magazine’s Web site and queried individuals on a number of topics related to the impact of information technology on conservation, community and culture.
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Bibliographic typeJournal article
Year of publication2004
Web Survey Bibliography - Witte, J. C. (7)
- Introduction to the Special Issue on Web Surveys ; 2009; Witte, J. C.
- Web Survey Design: Balancing Measurement, Response, and Topical Interest ; 2009; Shropshire, K. O., Hawdon, J. E., Witte, J. C.
- Instrument Effects of Images in Web Surveys: A Research Note; 2004; Witte, J. C., Pargas, R. P., Mobley, C., Hawdon, J.
- Database Design for Dynamic Online Surveys; 2003; Pargas, R. P., Witte, J. C., Jaganathan, K., Davis, J. S.
- Does the Internet Increase, Decrease, or Supplement Social Capital? Social Networks, Participation,...; 2001; Wellman, B., Haase, A. Q., Witte, J. C., Hampton, K. N.
- Method and Representation in Internet-Based Survey Tools: Mobility, Community, and Cultural Identity...; 2000; Witte, J. C., Amoroso, L. M., Howard, P. E. N.
- Research Methodology: Method and Representation in Internet-Based Survey Tools-Mobility, Community,...; 2000; Witte, J. C., Amoroso, L. M., Howard, P. E. N.