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Title Principles for Constructing Web Surveys
Source SESRC Technical Report, pp. 98-50
Year 1998
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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Year of publication1998
Bibliographic typeReports, seminars

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