Reaching the Mobile Respondent

@article{Burger2010ReachingTM,
  title={Reaching the Mobile Respondent},
  author={Christoph Burger and Valentin Riemer and J{\"u}rgen Grafeneder and Bianca Woisetschl{\"a}ger and Dragana Vidovic and Andreas Hergovich},
  journal={Social Science Computer Review},
  year={2010},
  volume={28},
  pages={336 - 349}
}
The aim of this study is to identify the key determinants of high-level mobile phone use in a high-coverage target group by replicating an Australian study conducted by Walsh and White. Factors predicting high-level mobile phone use and relations between self- and prototypical identity are investigated by using an extended version of the theory of planned behavior (TPB). A total of 215 Austrian university students participated by completing two questionnaires, 1 week apart. The first… 

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