Web Survey Bibliography
Title Principles for Constructing Web Surveys
Source SESRC Technical Report, pp. 98-50
Access date 11.11.2004
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Abstract Our purpose in this paper is to identify principles for the construction of respondent-friendly web questionnaries. By respondent-friendly, we mean the designs that reduce the occurrence of sample survey errors through emprovment of the motivational aspects of responding, as well as the technical user-interface between computer and respondent. We identify nd elaborate 11 proposed principles for the design and layout of respondent-friendly web questionnarie surveys that are offered as hypotheses for future research. Our emphasis in this paper is not on the technical aspets of programming web surveys; instead, we emphasize fatures of questionnaire design that encourage respondents to connect and respond to such surveys.
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Bibliographic typeReports, seminars
Year of publication1998
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
- Online 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.