Web Survey Bibliography
Title Internet Research Looks in the Mirror: A Survey of North American Research Professionals
Access date 08.10.2004
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Abstract In the context of the history of marketing research and modern research methodologies, Internet research (i.e. methods that incorporate Internet technology to gather original data from respondents and participants) is relatively new. Internet research has rapidly developed over the past decade or so to the point where it today plays a significant role within the marketing research industry. During its up-until-now relatively brief existence, Internet research has been both much maligned and widely hyped. Earlier this year, Prophis Research and Survey Sampling got together to discuss and plan a research initiative whose aim it was to take an exploratory snapshot of how those within the research industry view these emergent and emerging methods. We wanted to talk mainly to those who use and conduct research using these methods, but also to many who do not. In general, we wanted to give some context to the major issues of the day as they are seen among research professionals.
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Year of publication2002
Bibliographic typeReports, seminars
Web Survey Bibliography - Reports, seminars (266)
- comScore Media Metrix U.S. Methodlogy. An ARF research review; 2009; Cook, W. A., Pettit, R.
- Computing weights for the American National Election Study survey data; 2009; Debell, M., Krosnick, J. A.
- Association collaborative effort releases online research definitions, expands membership; 2009
- Sample Design for Understanding Society ; 2009; Lynn, P.
- The rise of survey sampling; 2009; Bethlehem, J.
- Standard Definitions: Final Dispositions of Case Codes and Outcome Rates for Surveys 2009; 2009; The American Association for Public Opinion Research
- College Experiences Survey: Methodological Summary. Final Report; 2009; DesRoches, D., Hall, J. W., Santos, B.
- Employment Tribunal web survey: Results of an online survey 19 March - 2 April 2009; 2009; Anonymous
- Representativeness of Mobile Internet Surveys-A comparative study of CAMI vs. CATI - GOR 2009; 2009; Maier, U., Neubarth, W., Grosser, A., Hombach, A.
- Are Mode Preferences Real?; 2009; Millar, M. M., O'Neill, A. C., Dillman, D. A.
- Personal data of 600,000 on lost laptop; 2008; Evans, M.
- Online panel management practices that minimize satisficing behavior; 2008; Weber, S.
- History of the browser user agent string; 2008; Andersen, A.
- Global market research 2008; 2008
- Foundation of quality project overview; 2008
- Effects of using a grid versus a sequential form of the ACS basic demographic data; 2008; Chesnut, J.
- Understanding Society. Some preliminary results from the Wave 1 Innovation Panel ; 2008; Burton, J., Laurie, H., Uhrig, S.C. N.
- Internet CV surveys – a cheap, fast way to get large samples of biased values?; 2008; Lindhjem, H., Navrud, S.Navrud, S,
- Virtual Assisted Self Interviewing (VASI) : An Expansion of Survey Data Collection Methods to the Virtual...; 2008; Bell, M. W., Castronova, E., Wagner, G. G.
- Does Gender Influence Online Survey Participation? A Record-Linkage Analysis of University Faculty Online...; 2008; Smith, W. G.
- The impact of cookie deletion on the accuracy of site-server and ad-server metrics: An empirical comScore...; 2007; Abraham, M., Meierhoefer, C., Lipsman, A.
- The case for publishing (some) online polls; 2007; Taylor, H.
- Response option ordering: Reconciliating meanings conveyed by rating scale position and label. Unpublished...; 2007; Garland, P., Krosnick, J. A.
- More honest answers to surveys? A Study of data collection mode effects; 2007; Dennis, J. M., Li, R. J.
- IMRO guidelines for best practices in online sample and panel management; 2007
- ICC/ESOMAR International code on market and social research; 2007
- Global market research 2007; 2007
- Bad samples; 2007
- Can I use a panel? Panel conditioning and attrition bias in panel surveys; 2007; Das, M., Toepoel, V., van Soest, A.
- Burke panel quality R&D Summary; 2007; Miller, J.
- Guidelines for Designing Questionnaires for Administration in Different Modes; 2007; Martin, E.; Hunter, J. E.; DeMaio, T.; Hill, J.; Reiser, C.; Gerber, E.; Styles, K.; Dillman, D. A.
- Email Surveys in Educational Research: Ethical and Net-Cultural Concerns; 2007; Nguyen, C. H.
- Web-based expert surveys: The opportunities for conducting web-based elite expert surveys; 2007; Dahlberg, L.
- E-Survey Methodology; 2007; Jansen, K. J., Corley, K. G., Jansen, B. J.
- Understanding people. Sample matching; 2006; Rivers, D.
- Sample matching. Representative sampling from Internet panels; 2006; Rivers, D.
- Research quality: The next MR industry challenge; 2006; Dedeker, K.
- Greenfield unveils real-time sampling; 2006
- Global market research 2006; 2006
- F-Shaped pattern for reading web content; 2006; Nielsen, J.
- Standard Definitions: Final Dispositions of Case Codes and Outcome Rates for Surveys 2006; 2006
- Online Student Ratings: Increasing Response Rates; 2006; Nelson, D. L.
- Experience-Based Suggestions for Achieving a High Survey Response Rate; 2006; Bruce, S., Hawkins, P., Sharp, M., Keller, A.
- Selection Bias in Web Surveys and the Use of Propensity Scores; 2006; Schonlau, M., van Soest, A., Kapteyn, A., Couper, M. P.
- Sampling Methods for Web and E-mail Surveys; 2006; Fricker, R. D.
- Instructing Web and Telephone Respondents to Report Date Answers in Format Desired by the Surveyor; 2005; Christian, L. M., Dillman, D. A., Smyth, J. D.
- Assessing the Quality of Data from Online Panels: Moving Forward wiht Confidence; 2005; Smith, R.
- SMS -Based Surveys: Strategies to Improve Participation; 2005; Balabanis, G., Mitchell, V.-W., Heinonen-Mavrovouniotis, S.
- The effects of survey frequency on panelists' responses; 2005; Coen, T., Lorch, J.,
- Questionnaire Length & Fatigue Effects; 2005; La Bruna, A., Rathod, S.