Web Survey Bibliography
Title Interaction in cyberspace: an online focus group
Author Kenny, A. J.
Source Journal of Advanced Nursing, 49, 4, pp. 414–422
Database Ingenta Select
Access date 27.04.2005
Abstract This paper reports a study that explored whether active engagement and group interaction could be captured in an online environment. Background. Focus groups have become a common means of capitalizing on group interaction to collect rich responses to questions posed. Whilst their use is well established in the repertoire of qualitative researchers, with changing technology there is the opportunity to use a computer program that facilitates online engagement and interaction to bring together a group of people to explore issues, attitudes and perceptions. Method. Using a qualitative descriptive method and purposive sampling, 38 Australian Enrolled Nurses participated in an online focus group. WebCT©, a program that facilitates online engagement and interaction, was used to enable participants to interact from any computer, from any location, at any time. Findings. The experience of conducting an online focus group was a positive one. Advantages such as cost savings and convenience for both researcher and participants were identified. This study demonstrated that participants could be actively engaged over a 2-month period and that group interaction could be achieved to collect richly detailed research data. Conclusion. Whilst online focus groups may not be suitable in every situation, the potential exists to capitalize on technology to bring together a group of people separated by distance in an online environment that encourages interactive discussion.
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Year of publication2005
Web Survey Bibliography - 2005 (421)
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- Data Quality Issues in a Multimode Survey; 2005; Wilson, C., Wright, D., Barton, T., Guerino, P.
- Web Survey Methodologies: A Comparison of Survey Accuracy; 2005; Krosnick, J. A., Nie, N., Rivers, D.
- Non-interviews in Mobile Phone Surveys; 2005; Vehovar, V.
- Quality Assessed: Cellular Phone Surveys versus Traditional Telephone Surveys; 2005; Steeh, C. G.
- Testing the Impact of Caller ID Technology on Response Rates in a Mixed Mode Survey; 2005; Trussell, N., Lavrakas, P. J.
- Re-examining Approaches to Achieving High Response Rates on Web-based Surveys of Post-secondary Students...; 2005; Lodato, B. N., Ghadialy, R.
- Qualitative Comparison of Paper and Online Self-Administered Modes; 2005; Grigorian, K. H., Sederstrom, S.
- Evaluating Nonsampling Errors in a Study Comparing Data Collected by Mail and Using the Web; 2005; Lesser, V. M., Newton, L.
- Effectiveness of E-mail and Paper Mail Notifications for Internet Surveys; 2005; Ruggiere, P., Ver Duin, D'Arlene
- Transforming a Paper Survey into a Web-based Survey: Respondent Experiences; 2005; Luyegu, A.
- A Profile of Self-Selecting Web Respondents; 2005; Guerino, P.
- What's Up Doc? Mixing Web and Mail Methods in a Survey of Physicians; 2005; Beebe, T. J., Locke, G. R., Barnes, S. A.
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- (Inter) Net Gain? Experiments to Increase Web-Based Response; 2005; Tourkin, S., Cox, S., Parmer, R., Zukerberg, A.
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- Analysis of Break-off Patterns in Web Surveys; 2005; Ahsan, S., Broach, R. J.
- The Effect of Incentives on Two Physician Mail Surveys: A Response Rate Comparison; 2005; Christian, J.
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- The Labelling Game: A Conceptual Exploration of Deviance on the Internet; 2005; Denegri-Knott, J., Taylor, J.
- Mode Effects for Hybrid Telephone/Internet Surveys and Reaching Cellphone-Only Households; 2005; Kulp, D., Herrmann, M., Dutwin, D., Lavine, S.
- In Search of Equivalency across Modes: Experimental Results Comparing Alternative Question Formats for...; 2005; Christian, L. M., Dillman, D. A., Smyth, J. D.
- Survey Mode Effects: Comparison between Telephone and Web; 2005; Speizer, H., Baker, R. P., Schneider, K.
- How Does Social Desirability Affect Responses?: Differences in Telephone and Online Surveys; 2005; Taylor, H., Krane, D., Thomas, R. K.
- Young Cell Phone Users and Voting Behavior in Georgia in 2004; 2005; Bason, J. J.
- Comparing Check-All and Forced-Choice Question Formats in Web Surveys: The Role of Satisficing, Depth...; 2005; Smyth, J. D., Dillman, D. A., Christian, L. M., Stern, M. J.Chou, C.; de Rouvray, C.Christianson DeMay...
- Improving Web Based Intercept Surveys: A Framework For The Active User Sampling; 2005; Kaczmirek, L., Neubarth, W.
- Comparing the Knowledge Networks Web-Enabled Panel and the In-Person 2002 General Social Survey: Experiments...; 2005; Smith, T. W., Li, R. J., Pulliam, P.
- Data Collection Mode Effects Controlling for Sample Origins in a Panel Study: Telephone versus Internet...; 2005; Dennis, J. M., Chatt, C.Li, R. J.; de Rouvray, C.Pulliam, P.; de Rouvray, C.
- Translucent is the mind of the web user; 2005; Britschgi, M.
- Comparing response distributions of offline and online data collection methods; 2005; Schillewaert, N., Meulemeester, P.
- Online focus groups; 2005; Reid, D. J., Reid, F. J. M.
- A Typology of Real-Time Validations in Web-Based Surveys; 2005; Peytchev, A., Crawford, S. D.
- Pediatric Gastroenterology Workforce Survey, 2003-2004; 2005; Crandall, W., Barnard, J., Cohen, M., Colletti, R., Ferry, G., Harnsberger, J., Hart, M., Rosenthal,...
- Interaction in cyberspace: an online focus group; 2005; Kenny, A. J.
- The value of online surveys; 2005; Evans, J. R., Mathur, A.
- Improving Customer Experience via Text Mining; 2005; Lakshminarayan, C., Yu, Q., Benson, A.
- An Empirical Evaluation of Three Web Survey Design Principles; 2005; Healey, B., Macpherson, T., Kuijten, B.
- In my opinion; 2005; Haley, F.
- Studying marriage and family therapists in the 21st century: Methodological and technological issues; 2005; Northey, N. F. Jr.
- Online has all the answers; 2005; Buxton, P.
- Survey Says...Or Does It? Fun with Statistics; 2005; Crawford, W.
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