Web Survey Bibliography
Title Two modalities, one answer? Combining Internet and CATI surveys effectively in market research
Access date 24.11.2004
Abstract This paper introduces a new design for the study of Internet vs. other data collection modalities. With this so-called crossover design it is possible, for the first time, to separate modality from population effects. In this design, respondents in the experimental conditions are confronted with both survey modalities, CATI and Web. Results show that the mode of survey administration does hardly influence the outcome of a survey. A number of guidelines are given, by means of which a market researcher can conduct a multi-modal study in a reliable and practical manner.
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Year of publication2003
Bibliographic typeConferences, workshops, tutorials, presentations
Web Survey Bibliography - Technovate: CRM, internet research and new media, 2003 (9)
- Two modalities, one answer? Combining Internet and CATI surveys effectively in market research; 2003; Oosterveld, P., Willems, P.
- Getting X-efficiency in marketing research; 2003; Potter, T., Oxley, M.
- Beyond online panels; 2003; Poynter, R., Comley, P.
- New Internet-driven choice modeling capabilities for global market research; 2003; Bakken, D. G., Nagel, J. N.
- Wireless. Communication and research medium?; 2003; Cooke, M., Nielsen, A., Strong, C.
- Measuring newspaper reading during summer period via mobile phones; 2003; Vogelius, L., Widman, L.
- Going mobile. The future of mobile data collection software, hardware, and research methodology; 2003; Cameron, M. R., Weisberg, J. R.
- Strong enough for adults? Interactive television as a research tool; 2003; Chaplin, J., Mills, J.
- Txt msg surveys. Return to sender?; 2003; Hofmann, O., Menti, M., Noyce, D.