Web Survey Bibliography
Title A Comparison of Objective Characteristics and User Perception of Web Sites
Source Journal of Interactive Advertising, 4, 2
Access date 30.11.2004
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Abstract The study reported in this paper employed a combination of web-based content analysis and web-assisted personal interviews to identify key characteristics of Web sites and how consumers perceive them. The extent of site characteristics found via the content analysis showed no major differences among the three designated computer manufacturers' Web sites. On the other hand, the user perception of these site characteristics, obtained through in-depth interviews, provided a different outcome. Discussion on the incongruence between objective Web site characteristics and subjective perception is provided. Theoretical and methodological concerns and suggestions for future research are also addressed.
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Web Survey Bibliography - Kim, H. (4)
- Do millennial undergraduates’ views of writing differ when surveyed online versus on paper? ; 2011; Kim, H., Musallam, A. B., Schallert, D. L.
- A Comparison of Objective Characteristics and User Perception of Web Sites; 2004; Lee, S. -J., Lee, W. -N., Kim, H., Stout, P. A.
- Go With the Flow: Cognitive Testing of a Multi-mode, Multi-Agency Survey about Drinking Water; 2003; Wilson, B. F., Kamimoto, L. A., Whitaker, K. R., Williams, M., Dockins, C., Kim, H., Posnick, L. M.,...
- To mail or to Web: Comparisons of Survey response rates and respondent characteristics; 2000; Underwood, D., Matier, M., Kim, H.