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.
Hogrefe & Huber Publishing
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Bernad Batinic, Ulf-Dietrich Reips, Michael Bosnjak
39 tables, 67 figures