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Online Social Sciences

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More researchers in social sciences and market research want to use the Internet to obtain data. This text provides comprehensive information, from the basics upwards, about online research methods, technical approaches to data collection and the quality and limitations of data collected online.
Online Social Sciences
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Excerpt from the Contents Web surveys - An appropriate mode of data collection for the social sciences?
bull; Internet surveys and data quality: A review
bull; Online panels
bull; Assessing internet questionnaires: The online pretest tab
bull; Context effects in web surveys
bull; Understanding the willingness to participate in online-surveys - The case of E-mail questionnaires
bull; Generalizability issues in internet-based survey research: Implications for the internet addiction controversy
bull; Personality assessment via internet: Comparing online and paper-and-pencil questionnaires
bull; Comparison of psychologists' self image and their image in the internet and in print
bull; Ability and achievement testing on the world wide web... .
Web surveys - an appropriate mode of data collection for the social sciences, Wolfgang Bandilla; Internet surveys and data quality - a review, Tracy L. Tuten, David J. Urban and Michael Bosnjak; online parcels, Anja S. Gortiz, Nicole Reinhold and Bernad Batinic; assessing Internet questionnaires - the online pretest lab, Lorenz Graf; context effects in web surveys, Ulf-Dietrich Reips; understanding the willingness to participate in online surveys - the case of email questionnaires, Michal Bosnjak and Bernad Batinic; generalizability issues in Internet-based survey research - implications for the Internet addiction controversy, Viktor Brenner; personality assessment via Internet - comparing online and paper-and-pencil questionnaires, Guido Hertel, Sonja Naumann, Udo Konradt and Bernad Batinic; comparison of psychologists' self image and their image on the Internet and in print, Ira Reitz and Svenja Wahl; ability and achievement - testing on the World Wide Web, Oliver Wilhelm and Patrick E. McKnight; psychological experimenting on the World Wide Web - investigating content effects in syllogistic reasoning, Jochen Musch and Karl Christoph Klauer; online research and anonymity, Kai Sassenberg and Stefan Kreutz; theory and techniques of conducting Web experiments, Ulf-Dietrich Reips; contact measurement in the World Wide Web, Andreas Werner; lurkers in mailing lists, Christian Stegbauer and Alexander Rausch; forms of research in MUDs, Sonja Utz; content analysis in online communication - a challenge for traditional methodology, Patrick Rossler; "Let a Thousand Proposals Bloom" - mailing lists as research sources, Jeanette Hofmann; studying online love and cyber romance, Nicola Doring; artificial dialogues - dialogue and interview-bots for the World Wide Web, Dietmar Janetzko; World Wide Web use at a German university - computers, sex and imported names, results of a log file analysis, Thomas Berker; academic communication and Internet discussion groups - what kinds of benefits for whom?, Uwe Matzat; empirically quantifying uni-nonresponse-errors in online surveys and suggestions for computational correction methods, Gerhard Lukawetz.
Online research from an international perspective: the latest developments and techniques for social scientists and others interested in exploiting the opportunities the internet provides.
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Bernad Batinic, Ulf-Dietrich Reips, Michael Bosnjak
39 tables, 67 figures
Bernad Batinic

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