Web Survey Bibliography
Title An experimental evaluation of left and right oriented screens for web questionaries
Access date 28.10.2004
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Abstract Many different types of format have been used in web surveys. In addition to the obvious substantive differences, web surveys vary primarily in their patterens of navigation in their physical layout of questions and answers. With respect to the various navigational system used in web surveys we have withnessed dynamic screen-by-screen and static horizontal/vertical-scrooling techniques, and physical layouts that involve right, left, and center alignment of answer categories. While the web offers tremendous potential in varying the navigation and layout of questionarrie, there is currently no experimental research that provides any theoretical justification for using one approach over another, or, that suggests why one might be more efficient than the other.
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Bibliographic typeConferences, workshops, tutorials, presentations
Year of publication2000
Web Survey Bibliography - The American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) 55th Annual Conference, 2000 (22)
- Questionnaire design for probability-based Web surveys; 2000; Dennis, J. M., de Rouvray, C., Couper, M. P.
- Comparison of Telephone, Mail, Web, and IVR Surveys; 2000; Bason, J. J.
- An Experiment in Web-Based Data Collection; 2000; Tsapogas, J. A., Collins, M. A.
- Increasing the Response Rate to E-Mail Surveys; 2000; Dommeyer, C. J., Moriarty, E.
- Web and Mail Survey: Comparison on a Large-Scale Project; 2000; Kennedy, J. M., Kuh, G. D., Li, S., Hayek, J., Inghram, J., Bannister, N., Segar, K.
- Sampling and Weighting for Web Surveys; 2000; Krotki, K.
- Mode effects in an Internet/Paper Survey of Employees; 2000; Ramirez, C., Sharp, K., Foster Thompson, L.
- Probability-Based Web Surveying: An Overview; 2000; Rivers, D.
- Invites, intros and incentives: lessons form a web survey; 2000; Bauman, S., Jobity, N., Airey, J., Atak, H.
- An experimental evaluation of left and right oriented screens for web questionaries; 2000; Bowker, D., Dillman, D. A.
- Uncertainty In Web Based Polling; 2000; Greenberg, A., Bocian, M.
- Internet Panel Response To The 'State Of The Union' Address: An Experiment; 2000; Frankovic, K. A.
- Watch, Read, Listen or Surf? An Analysis of Mass Media and Internet Usage Among Young Americans; 2000; Willnat, L.
- How To Produce Credible, Trustworthy Information Through Internet-Based Survey Research; 2000; Terhanian, G.
- Use Of E-Mail And Internet Surveys By Research Companies; 2000; Totten, J. W.
- Participation in Non-Restricted Web-Surveys: A Typology and Explanatory Model for Item-Nonresponse; 2000; Bosnjak, M.
- Web and mail surveys: Preliminary results of comparisons based on a large-scale project; 2000; Kuh, G. D., Carini, R. M., Kennedy, J. M.
- Using The Web For Public Opinion Research: A Comparative Analysis Between Data Collected Via Mail And...; 2000; Kwak, N., Radler, B.T.
- Web versus Paper: A Mode Experiment in a Survey of University Computing; 2000; Meekins, B. J., Weaver, A. C., Fries, J. C., Guterbock, T. M.
- Comparing Results From Telephone Mail Internet And Interactive Voice Recognition Surveys Of Drug And...; 2000; Bason, J. J.
- Opportunities And Challenges Of A Web Survey: A Field Experiment; 2000; Aoki, K., Elasmar, M. G.
- Internet Surveys: Fast, Easy, Cheap, And Representative Of Whom?; 2000; Askew, R., Craighill, P. M., Zukin, C.