Social Science Computer Review is an interdisciplinary journal covering social science instructional and research applications of computing, as well as societal impacts of information technology.
Because the uses and impacts of computing are interdisciplinary, so is Social Science Computer Review. The journal is of direct relevance to scholars and scientists in a wide variety of disciplines. In its pages you'll find work in the following areas:
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Wagner, James, H. Schroeder, A. Piskorowski, R. Ursano, M. Stein, Steven Heeringa, and L. Colpe. Forthcoming. "Timing the Mode Switch in a Sequential Mixed-Mode Survey: An Experimental Evaluation of the Impact on Final Response Rates, Key Estimates, and Costs." Social Science Computer Review.