Call for Papers for Special Issue of POQ on Internet Surveys
Jan 23 2008
Public Opinion Quarterly seeks submissions for a special issue of the journal devoted to papers focusing on Internet surveys. The guest editors of this special issue are Mick P. Couper and Peter V. Miller. The issue is scheduled for publication in December, 2008. They welcome full-length articles and research notes on the topic of Internet or Web surveys. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, implications of (non)coverage for inference from Internet surveys; alternative methods of selecting samples for Internet surveys; comparisons of probability-based and self-selected methods; response rates, nonresponse error, and ways to enhance recruitment for Internet surveys; the design of Internet survey instruments; the use of Internet surveys in mixed mode designs; and mode comparisons involving Internet surveys.
The deadline for manuscript submissions is June 2, 2008. To submit a manuscript, follow the manuscript preparation instructions provided at the journal\'s website, http://poq.oupjournals.org. Blinded and unblinded copies of the manuscript should be submitted online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/poq. Indicate "Special Issue" on the title page of the submission and in your cover letter. Submissions will be peer reviewed in accord with normal journal practice.
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