Web Survey Bibliography
Title Using Electronic Mail Surveys and Computer Monitored Data for Studying Computer-Mediated Communication Systems
Author Anderson, S. E., Gansneder, B. M.
Source Social Science Computer Review, 13, 1, pp. 33-47
Database Web of Science
Access date 02.04.2004
Abstract The methodology used in this study demonstrated an effective and relatively cost- and time-efficient means of studying a public telecomputing system using computer-monitored data and a lengthy electronic mail survey. The 72-item questionnaire was sent to a random sample of 600 drawn from a relatively heterogeneous population of users. The response rate was 68%. Respondents tended to be experienced computer users who used the system more and perceived it as more accessible than did nonrespondents.
Access/Direct link Web of Science (abstract)
Year of publication1995
Bibliographic typeJournal article
Web Survey Bibliography - 1995 (45)
- The effect of computer-assisted interviewing on data quality: A review.; 1995; de Leeuw, E. D., Hox, J., Snijkers, G.
- Subsequent questions may influence answers to preceding questions in mail surveys; 1995; Schwarz, N., Hippler, H. J.
- Little things matter: A sampler of how differences in questionnaire format can affect survey responses...; 1995; Smith, T. W.
- How to conduct self-administered and mail surveys; 1995; Bourque, L. B., Fielder, E. P.
- Effects of category order on answers in mail and telephone surveys; 1995; Dillman, D. A. et al.
- Alternative methods of presenting bi-polar scales in telephone interviews: 1 to 7 vs. -3 to +3 and neutral...; 1995; Schaeffer, N. C., Baker, K.
- A review of the 1992 VRS Exit Poll; 1995; Mitofsky, W. J., Edelman, M.
- The effects of alternative methods of collecting similarity data for multidimensional scaling; 1995; Bijmolt, T. H. A., Wedel, M.
- Mosaic and the information superhighway. A virtual tiger in your tank; 1995; Levy, C. M.
- The Prodigy Experiment in Using e-Mail for Tracking Public Opinion; 1995; Werner, J., Maisel, R., Robinson, K.
- Comparing Two Methods of Sending Out Questionnaires: E-Mail Versus Mail; 1995; Tse, A. C. B., Tse, K. C., Yin, C. H., Ting, C. B., Yi, K. W., Yee, K. P., Hong, W. C.
- Computer-assisted Personal Interviewing: An Experimental Evaluation of Data Quality and Cost; 1995; Baker, R. P., Bradburn, N. M., Johnson, R. A.
- Data Quality in a CAPI Survey: Keying Errors; 1995; Dielman, L., Couper, M. P.
- Electronic Surveys: Ethical Issues for Researchers; 1995; Goree, C. T., Marszalek, J. F.
- E-mail surveys elicit fast response, cut costs; 1995; Crowley, A.
- Survey Research in Cyberspace: Breaking Ground on the Virtual Frontier; 1995; Bishop, G. F., Fisher, B., Resnik, D., Margolis, M.
- Internet Solicitation of Research Subjects for Genetic-Studies; 1995; Biesecker, L. G., Derenzo, E. G.
- Using the Internet for data collection. An innovative electronic strategy; 1995; Fawcett J., Buhle, E. L. Jr.
- Surveys by E-mail and Internet; 1995; Chisholm, J.
- Method of psychological assessment, self disclosure, and experiential differences: A study of computer...; 1995; Loke, S. D., Gilbert, B.O.
- Respondent preferences toward audio-CASI and how that affects data quality; 1995; Kinsey, S.H., Thornberry, J.S., Carson, C.P., Duffer, A.P.
- The first year of computer-assisted interviewing for the Canadian Labour force survey; 1995; Simard, M., Dufour, J., Mayda, F.
- Using the Internet for gathering data and conducting research: Faster than the mail, cheaper than the...; 1995; Murray, P.J.
- How to Ask Survey Questions (The Survey Kit); 1995; Fink, A.
- In defense of on-line focus groups; 1995; Yoffie, A.J., Anzalone, M.
- Focus groups on the Internet: an interesting idea but not a good one; 1995; Greenbaum, T.
- Ethnography and the Internet: Research into Electronic Discourse Communities; 1995; Blair, K. L.
- An Exploratory-Study of The Perceived Benefits of Electronic Bulletin Board Use and Their Impact on...; 1995; Wotring, C. E., Forrest E. J., James, M. L.
- Comparing Response Rates and Response Content in Mail Versus Electronic Mail Surveys; 1995; Mehta, R., Sivadas, E.
- E-Mail Surveys: Potentials and Pitfalls; 1995; Oppermann, M.
- E-mail tools will cause Internet surveys to spread; 1995; Wingfield, N.
- An Assessment of the Response Rate Via the Postal Service and E-mail; 1995; Kittleson, M. J.
- A Quasi-experimental assessment of the effect of computerizing noncognitive paper-and-pencil measurements...; 1995; King, W. C., Miles, E. W.
- A study of civic life on the Internet; 1995; Fisher, B., Margolis, M., Resnik, D.
- Computer-Administered Surveys in Extension; 1995; Kawasaki, J. L., Raven, M. R.
- Using the Web as a Survey Tool: Results from the Second WWW User Survey; 1995; Pitkow, J. E., Recker, M. M.
- Results from the Third WWW User Survey; 1995; Pitkow, J. E., Kehoe, C. M.
- Evaluation Results from a Pilot Test of a Computerized Self-Administered Questionnaire (CSAQ) for the...; 1995; Sweet, E., Ramos, M.
- Using E-Mail/World Wide Web For Establishment Survey Data Collection; 1995; Clayton, R. L., Werking, G. S.
- Experiences with fax data reporting and questionnaire distribution; 1995; Appel, M. V., Petkunas, T. F., Russell, C. E.
- How computerized interviewing eliminates the screen-in bias of follow-up questions; 1995; Appel, V., Pinell, J.
- Using Electronic Mail Surveys and Computer Monitored Data for Studying Computer-Mediated Communication...; 1995; Anderson, S. E., Gansneder, B. M.
- Electronic surveys: A computer language-based approach; 1995; Hsu, J., Turoff, M.
- Surveys and questionnaires: A markup language based approach; 1995; Hsu, J.
- The numeric values of rating scales: A comparison of their impact in mail surveys and telephone interviews...; 1994; Schwarz, N., Hippler, H. J.