Web Survey Bibliography
Title Internet Paradox: A Social Technology That Reduces Social Involvement and Psychological Well-Being?
Source American Psychologist, 53, 9, pp. 1017-1031
Access date 08.10.2004
Abstract The Internet could change the lives of average citizens as much as did the telephone in the early part of the 20th century and television in the 1950s and 1960s. Researchers and social critics are debating whether the Internet is improving or harming participation in community life and social relationships. This research examined the social and psychological impact of the Internet on 169 people in 73 households during their first 1 to 2 years on-line. We used longitudinal data to examine the effects of the Internet on social involvement and psychological well-being. In this sample, the Internet was used extensively for communication. Nonetheless, greater use of the Internet was associated with declines in participants' communication with family members in the household, declines in the size of their social circle, and increases in their depression and loneliness. These findings have implications for research, for public policy, and for the design of technology.
Year of publication1998
Bibliographic typeJournal article
Web Survey Bibliography - 1998 (169)
- The political relevance of political trust; 1998; Hetherington, M. J.
- International comparison of telephone coverage; 1998; Trewin, D., Lee, G.
- Human centered measures of success in web site design; 1998; Kirakowski, J., Claridge, N., Whitehand, R.
- Formal features of rating scales and their interpretation of question meaning; 1998; Schwarz, N., Grayson, C. E., Knauper, B.
- Consumer panels; 1998; Delmas, D., Levy, D.
- Collecting sensitive information with different modes of data collection; 1998; Couper, M. P., Tourangeau, R., Smith, T. W.
- Internet v Sloveniji - Projekt RIS 1996-1998.; 1998; Vehovar, V.
- Web-based market research ushers in new age.; 1998; McCullough, D.
- Adolescent Sexual Behavior, Drug Use, and Violence: Increased Reporting with Computer Survey Technology...; 1998; F., Ku, L., Rogers, S. M., Lindberg, L. D., Pleck, J., Sonenstein, F. L.Jarrett, C.; Turner, C. F.
- Comparing the response rate, response speed and response quality of two methods of sending questionnaires...; 1998; Tse, A. C. B.
- Tutorial: PERL, a psychologically efficient reformatting language; 1998; Schwartz, A.
- How Many Mailings Are Enough?; 1998; Vehovar, V., Lozar Manfreda, K.
- Cyber Research: The Impact of the Internet on Data Collection; 1998; Weible, R., Wallace, J.
- Who are Non-respondents in WEB Surveys; 1998; Vehovar, V., Batagelj, Z., Lozar Manfreda, K.
- Internet Surveys: Do They Work?; 1998; Myles, R., Tibert, J.
- Quota sampling: Old Plus New Thought; 1998; Kish Leslie
- On-line research: playing to the Web’s strengths; 1998; Yoffie, A.J.
- A Primer in Survey Research; 1998; Watson, S. C.
- Using e-mail as a research tool; 1998; Selwyn, N., Robson, K.
- Principles for Constructing Web Surveys; 1998; Dillman, D. A., Tortora, R. D., Bowker, D.
- A case study of an on-line auction for the World Wide Web; 1998; Tjostheim, I., Eide, J. -O.
- Internet Paradox: A Social Technology That Reduces Social Involvement and Psychological Well-Being?; 1998; Kraut, R., Patterson, M., Lundmark, V., Kiesler, S., Mukopadhyay, T., Scherlis, W.
- Opinion polls on the internet; 1998; Batagelj, Z.
- Opinion polls on WWW; 1998; Batagelj, Z., Vehovar, V.
- Opinion poll of members of statistical association; 1998; Batagelj, Z., Vehovar, V., Rutar, K.
- Research of internet; 1998; Vehovar, V., Remec, M.
- Choosing Qualitative Data Analysis Software: Atlas/ti and Nudist Compared; 1998; Barry, C. A.
- Leverage the Web's research capabilities; 1998; Mosley-Matchett, J.D.
- Lessons Learned from Minitel for the Internet; 1998; Gambacorta, J.
- Internet Surveys - A Replacement Technology; 1998; Black, G. S.
- Internet survey research and consent; 1998; Karlinsky, H.
- Presidential address: Survey and market research confront their futures on the World Wide Web; 1998; Beniger, J. R.
- Web-based Market Research: The Dawning of a New Era; 1998; McCollough, D.
- A New Dimension of Internet Research; 1998; Pfleiderer, R., Gente, J.
- The Ten Commandments Of Internet Surveying; 1998; Buchwald, J.
- Electronic questionnaires - and not an anorak in sight; 1998; Jenkins, S.
- Market Research and the Worldwide Web; 1998; Ross, E.
- Research in cyberspace; 1998; Di-Segni-Garbasz, Y.
- Recent Research Confirms Online Surveys are a Viable Means of Reaching General Population; 1998; Anonymous
- Sceptics Beware! Web Interviewing has Arrived and is Established. Embrace it or Be Left Behind; 1998; Kottler, R. E.
- Market Facts Study First to Show That Internet Users Mirror Behaviours and Attitudes of Other Americans...; 1998; Anonymous
- Marketing research in the digital domain. A cry from a Pilgrim in the late 20th century; 1998; Gatarski, R.
- NN/LM network member Internet survey: Region 7 responds!; 1998; Sandstrom, H.
- Internet and Intranet Surveys without 'Techies'; 1998; Jenkins, S.
- Guidelines for Interent research: An update; 1998; Michalak, E. E., Szabo, A.
- Using the Internet for Employee Surveys; 1998; Davis, G.
- Internet Rogator Help with Surveying; 1998; Anonymous
- Using the Internet to Measure Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty; 1998; Chisholm, J.
- Using the Internet for natural resource research: results from an online user survey; 1998; Leung, Y. F.
- The Internet: A New Horizon for Conducting Marketing Research; 1998; McCollough, D.