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The Resource Online panel research : a data quality perspective, editors, Mario Callegaro, Reg Baker, Jelke Bethlehem, Anja S. Göritz, Jon A. Krosnick, Paul J. Lavrakas

Online panel research : a data quality perspective, editors, Mario Callegaro, Reg Baker, Jelke Bethlehem, Anja S. Göritz, Jon A. Krosnick, Paul J. Lavrakas

Label
Online panel research : a data quality perspective
Title
Online panel research
Title remainder
a data quality perspective
Statement of responsibility
editors, Mario Callegaro, Reg Baker, Jelke Bethlehem, Anja S. Göritz, Jon A. Krosnick, Paul J. Lavrakas
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Over the last decade, there has been a major global shift in survey and market research towards data collection, using samples selected from online panels. Yet despite their widespread use, remarkably little is known about the quality of the resulting data. This edited volume is one of the first attempts to carefully examine the quality of the survey data being generated by online samples. It describes some of the best empirically-based research on what has become a very important yet controversial method of collecting data. Online Panel Research presents 19 chapters of previously unpublished work addressing a wide range of topics, including coverage bias, nonresponse, measurement error, adjustment techniques, the relationship between nonresponse and measurement error, impact of smartphone adoption on data collection, Internet rating panels, and operational issues. The datasets used to prepare the analyses reported in the chapters are available on the accompanying website: www.wiley.com/go/online_panel Covers controversial topics such as professional respondents, speeders, and respondent validation. Addresses cutting-edge topics such as the challenge of smartphone survey completion, software to manage online panels, and Internet and mobile ratings panels. Discusses and provides examples of comparison studies between online panels and other surveys or benchmarks. Describes adjustment techniques to improve sample representativeness. Addresses coverage, nonresponse, attrition, and the relationship between nonresponse and measurement error with examples using data from the United States and Europe. Addresses practical questions such as motivations for joining an online panel and best practices for managing communications with panelists. Presents a meta-analysis of determinants of response quantity. Features contributions from 50 international authors with a wide variety of backgrounds and expertise. This book will be an invaluable resource for opinion and market researchers, academic researchers relying on web-based data collection, governmental researchers, statisticians, psychologists, sociologists, and other research practitioners.--Provided by publisher
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Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
001.4/33
Index
index present
LC call number
H61.26
LC item number
.O55 2014
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Callegaro, Mario
Series statement
Wiley series in survey methodology
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  • Panel analysis
  • Internet research
  • Marketing research
  • Social sciences
  • Marketing research
  • Social sciences
Label
Online panel research : a data quality perspective, editors, Mario Callegaro, Reg Baker, Jelke Bethlehem, Anja S. Göritz, Jon A. Krosnick, Paul J. Lavrakas
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Online panel research: History, concepts, applications and a look at the future / Mario Callegaro et. al -- A critical review of studies investigating the quality of data obtained with online panels based on probability and nonprobability samples / Mario Callegaro et. al -- Assessing representativeness of a probability-based online panel in Germany / Bella Struminskaya et. all -- Online panels and validity: Representativeness and attrition in the Finnish eOpinion panel / Kimmo Gronlund and Kim Strandberg -- The untold story of multi-mode (online and mail) consumer panels: From optimal recruitment to retention and attrition / Allan L. McCutcheon, Kumar Rao, and Olena Kaminska -- Nonresponse and attrition in a probability-based online panel for the general population / Peter Lugtig, Marcel Das, and Annette Scherpenzeel -- Determinants of the starting rate and the completion rate in online panel studies / Anja S. Goritz -- Motives for joining nonprobability online panels and their association with survey participation behavior / Florian Keusch, Bernad Batinic, and Wolfgang Mayerhofer -- Informing panel members about study results: Effects of traditional and innovative forms of feedback on participation / Annette Scherpenzeel and Vera Toepoel -- Professional respondents in nonprobability online panels / D. Sunshine Hillygus, Natalie Jackson, and McKenzie Young -- The impact of speeding on data quality in nonprobability and freshly recruited probability-based online panels / Robert Greszki, Marco Meyer, and Harald Schoen -- Improving web survey quality: Potentials and constraints of propensity score adjustments / Stephanie Steinmetz et. al -- Estimating the effects of nonresponses in online panels through imputation / Weiyu Zhang -- The relationship between nonresponse strategies and measurement error: Comparing online panel surveys to traditional surveys / Neil Malhotra, Joanne M. Miller, and Justin Wedeking -- Nonresponse and measurement error in an online panel: Does additional effort to recruit reluctant respondents result in poorer quality data? / Caroline Roberts, Nick Allum, and Patrick Sturgis -- An empirical test of the impact of smartphones on panel-based online data collection / Frank Drewes -- Internet and mobile ratings panels / Philip M. Napoli, Paul J. Lavrakas, and Mario Callegaro -- Online panel software / Tim Macer -- Validating respondents' identity in online samples: The impact of efforts to eliminate fraudulent respondents / Reg Baker et. al
Control code
867715996
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxix, 477 pages
Isbn
9781119941774
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2013048411
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
System control number
(OCoLC)867715996
Label
Online panel research : a data quality perspective, editors, Mario Callegaro, Reg Baker, Jelke Bethlehem, Anja S. Göritz, Jon A. Krosnick, Paul J. Lavrakas
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Online panel research: History, concepts, applications and a look at the future / Mario Callegaro et. al -- A critical review of studies investigating the quality of data obtained with online panels based on probability and nonprobability samples / Mario Callegaro et. al -- Assessing representativeness of a probability-based online panel in Germany / Bella Struminskaya et. all -- Online panels and validity: Representativeness and attrition in the Finnish eOpinion panel / Kimmo Gronlund and Kim Strandberg -- The untold story of multi-mode (online and mail) consumer panels: From optimal recruitment to retention and attrition / Allan L. McCutcheon, Kumar Rao, and Olena Kaminska -- Nonresponse and attrition in a probability-based online panel for the general population / Peter Lugtig, Marcel Das, and Annette Scherpenzeel -- Determinants of the starting rate and the completion rate in online panel studies / Anja S. Goritz -- Motives for joining nonprobability online panels and their association with survey participation behavior / Florian Keusch, Bernad Batinic, and Wolfgang Mayerhofer -- Informing panel members about study results: Effects of traditional and innovative forms of feedback on participation / Annette Scherpenzeel and Vera Toepoel -- Professional respondents in nonprobability online panels / D. Sunshine Hillygus, Natalie Jackson, and McKenzie Young -- The impact of speeding on data quality in nonprobability and freshly recruited probability-based online panels / Robert Greszki, Marco Meyer, and Harald Schoen -- Improving web survey quality: Potentials and constraints of propensity score adjustments / Stephanie Steinmetz et. al -- Estimating the effects of nonresponses in online panels through imputation / Weiyu Zhang -- The relationship between nonresponse strategies and measurement error: Comparing online panel surveys to traditional surveys / Neil Malhotra, Joanne M. Miller, and Justin Wedeking -- Nonresponse and measurement error in an online panel: Does additional effort to recruit reluctant respondents result in poorer quality data? / Caroline Roberts, Nick Allum, and Patrick Sturgis -- An empirical test of the impact of smartphones on panel-based online data collection / Frank Drewes -- Internet and mobile ratings panels / Philip M. Napoli, Paul J. Lavrakas, and Mario Callegaro -- Online panel software / Tim Macer -- Validating respondents' identity in online samples: The impact of efforts to eliminate fraudulent respondents / Reg Baker et. al
Control code
867715996
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxix, 477 pages
Isbn
9781119941774
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2013048411
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
System control number
(OCoLC)867715996

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