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The Validity of Surveys : Online and Offline Wybo Wiersma The Validity of Surveys : Online and Offline

@inproceedings{Wiersma2011TheVO,
  title={The Validity of Surveys : Online and Offline Wybo Wiersma The Validity of Surveys : Online and Offline},
  author={W. Wiersma},
  year={2011}
}
  • W. Wiersma
  • Published 2011
  • As more types of media have entered peoples homes, surveys can be conducted in ever more ways. In the thirties and forties, going door to door, or mailing surveys out, were the only options. From the seventies onwards, phone interviews became a popular alternative, thanks to the near universal adoption of the telephone. And now, as the internet is ever more ubiquitous, web-surveys are becoming an interesting option as well. Online surveys are generally considered cheaper, faster, and more… CONTINUE READING

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