Social and behavioral research and the internet : advances in applied methods and research strategies /

Other Authors: Das, Marcel., Ester, P., Kaczmirek, Lars.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York : Routledge, c2011.
Series: European Association of Methodology series.
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245 0 0 |a Social and behavioral research and the internet :  |b advances in applied methods and research strategies /  |c edited by Marcel Das, Peter Ester, Lars Kaczmirek. 
260 |a New York :  |b Routledge,  |c c2011. 
300 |a xiii, 435 p. :  |b ill. ;  |c 23 cm. 
490 1 |a European Association of Methodology 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 0 0 |a Machine generated contents note:   |g ch. 1   |t Introduction /  |r Lars Kaczmirek --   |t References --   |g pt. I   |t Methodology in Internet Survey Research --   |g ch. 2   |t Internet Survey Methods: A Review of Strengths, Weaknesses, and Innovations /  |r Jennie E. Pearson --   |g 2.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 2.2.  |t Brief History of Internet Surveys --   |g 2.3.  |t Strengths and Weaknesses of Internet Surveys --   |g 2.4.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g ch. 3   |t Internet Surveys as Part of a Mixed-Mode Design /  |r Joop J. Hox --   |g 3.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 3.2.  |t Available Data Collection Methods --   |g 3.3.  |t Review of Empirical Evidence of Mode Equivalence --   |g 3.4.  |t Consequences of Mixed-Mode Design for Questionnaire Development --   |g 3.5.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g ch. 4   |t "True" Longitudinal and Probability-Based Internet Panels: Evidence From the Netherlands /  |r Marcel Das --   |g 4.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 4.2.  |t Longitudinal Panel Surveys --   |g 4.3.  |t New Developments in Survey Research --   |g 4.4.  |t LISS Panel --   |g 4.5.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g ch. 5   |t How Representative Are Online Panels? Problems of Coverage and Selection and Possible Solutions /  |r Jelke G. Bethlehem --   |g 5.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 5.2.  |t Problems in Online Panels --   |g 5.3.  |t Can We Correct the Bias? Weighting Adjustment --   |g 5.4.  |t Better Online Panel? --   |g 5.5.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g ch. 6   |t Ethical Considerations in Internet Surveys /  |r Mick P. Couper --   |g 6.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 6.2.  |t Basic Ethical Principles: Confidentiality and Informed Consent --   |g 6.3.  |t Obtaining Consent for the Collection of Paradata: Report of an Experiment --   |g 6.4.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g pt. II   |t Advanced Methods and Applications --   |g ch. 7   |t How Visual Design Affects the Interpretability of Survey Questions /  |r Don A. Dillman --   |g 7.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 7.2.  |t How Visual Information Is Processed --   |g 7.3.  |t Research on How Visual Layout Influences Answers --   |g 7.4.  |t Needed Research on Which Visual Layout Considerations Are Most Important --   |g 7.5.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g ch. 8   |t Attention and Usability in Internet Surveys: Effects of Visual Feedback in Grid Questions /  |r Lars Kaczmirek --   |g 8.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 8.2.  |t Background --   |g 8.3.  |t Hypotheses, Design, and Implementation --   |g 8.4.  |t Results --   |g 8.5.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g ch. 9   |t Using Interactive Features to Motivate and Probe Responses to Open-Ended Questions /  |r Leah Melani Christian --   |g 9.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 9.2.  |t Theoretical Background and Hypotheses --   |g 9.3.  |t Methods --   |g 9.4.  |t Results --   |g 9.5.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g ch. 10   |t Measuring Attitudes Toward Controversial Issues in Internet Surveys: Order Effects of Open and Closed Questioning /  |r Henk Vinken --   |g 10.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 10.2.  |t Background --   |g 10.3.  |t Design and Implementation --   |g 10.4.  |t Results --   |g 10.5.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g pt. III   |t Data Quality: Problems and Solutions --   |g ch. 11   |t Challenges in Reaching Hard-to-Reach Groups in Internet Panel Research /  |r Miquelle A.G. Marchand --   |g 11.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 11.2.  |t Hard-to-Reach Groups in Internet Panel Research --   |g 11.3.  |t Hard-to-Reach Groups and the Recruitment of the LISS Panel --   |g 11.4.  |t Hard-to-Reach Groups Participating in the LISS Panel --   |g 11.5.  |t Response Rates in the LISS Panel --   |g 11.6.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g ch. 12   |t Mode and Context Effects in Measuring Household Assets /  |r Arie Kapteyn --   |g 12.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 12.2.  |t HRS Internet Experiment --   |g 12.3.  |t Asset Ownership --   |g 12.4.  |t Amounts Held --   |g 12.5.  |t Regression Models for Ownership and Amounts Held --   |g 12.6.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g ch. 13   |t Internet Survey Paradata /  |r Dirk Heerwegh --   |g 13.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 13.2.  |t Types of Internet Survey Paradata --   |g 13.3.  |t Potential Uses of Internet Survey Paradata --   |g 13.4.  |t Collecting Internet Survey Paradata --   |g 13.5.  |t Data Preparation and Analysis --   |g 13.6.  |t Example Study: Use of Paradata to Assist in the Development of Theory --   |g 13.7.  |t Conclusions --   |t Disclaimer --   |t References --   |g ch. 14   |t Use of Eye Tracking for Studying Survey Response Processes /  |r Ting Yan --   |g 14.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 14.2.  |t What Is Eye Tracking? --   |g 14.3.  |t What Can Eye Tracking Do? --   |g 14.4.  |t What Can Eye Tracking Do That the Other Methods Cannot? --   |g 14.5.  |t What Has Been Done With Eye Tracking? --   |g 14.6.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g ch. 15   |t Can Biomarkers Be Collected in an Internet Survey? A Pilot Study in the LISS Panel /  |r Johan P. Mackenbach --   |g 15.1.  |t Introduction --   |g 15.2.  |t Rationale for the Collection of Biomarker Data --   |g 15.3.  |t LISS Panel Biomarket Pilot --   |g 15.4.  |t Results --   |g 15.5.  |t Conclusions --   |t References --   |g ch. 16   |t Discussion and Conclusions /  |r Lars Kaczmirek. 
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