Ethical considerations in web surveys

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Singer, Eleanor, and Mick P. Couper. 2011. "Ethical considerations in web surveys." In Social and behavioral research and the internet : advances in applied methods and research strategies edited by Das, Marcel, Ester, P., Kaczmirek, Lars. New York: Routledge.

Introduction / Marcel Das, Peter Ester, and Lars Kaczmirek -- Internet survey methods : a review of strengths, weaknesses, and innovations / Jolene D. Smyth and Jennie E. Pearson -- Internet surveys as part of a mixed-mode design / Edith D. de Leeuw and Joop J. Hox -- "True" longitudinal and probability-based Internet panels : evidence from the Netherlands / Annette C. Scherpenzeel and Marcel Das -- How representative are online panels? : problems of coverage and selection and possible solutions / Annette C. Scherpenzeel and Jelke G. Bethlehem -- Ethical considerations in Internet surveys / Eleanor Singer and Mick P. Couper -- How visual design affects the interpretability of survey questions / Vera Toepoel and Don A. Dillman -- Attention and usability in Internet surveys : effects of visual feedback in grid questions / Lars Kaczmirek -- Using interactive features to motivate and probe responses to open-ended questions / Marije Oudejans and Leah Melani Christian -- Measuring attitudes toward controversial issues in Internet surveys : order effects of open and closed questioning / Peter Ester and Henk Vinken -- Challenges in reaching hard-to-reach groups in Internet panel research / Corrie M. Vis and Miquelle A.G. Marchand -- Mode and context effects in measuring household assets / Arthur van Soest and Arie Kapteyn -- Internet survey paradata / Dirk Heerwegh -- Use of eye tracking for studying survey response processes / Mirta Galesic and Ting Yan -- Can biomarkers be collected in an Internet survey? : a pilot study in the LISS panel / Mauricio Avendano, Annette C. Scherpenzeel, and Johan P. Mackenbach -- Discussion and conclusions / Marcel Das, Peter Ester, and Lars Kaczmirek.

ISBN: 9781848728165 (hardcover : alk. paper); 1848728166 (hardcover : alk. paper); 9781848728172 (pbk. : alk. paper); 1848728174 (pbk. : alk. paper) LCCN: 2010-32326

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