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Alshahrani, Saeed; Ward, Rupert
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: LB2300
Abstract: There are different ways of administering a questionnaire, such as with a pen and paper, face-to-face, over the phone, or via a computer, for example. Some researchers may select a specific mode or use more than one mode within a single study to generate additional responses. Moreover, it is widely agreed that the way in which a questionnaire is administered affects output data (Grandjean et al., 2009, Koponen et al., 2011, Kelly et al., 2008). This paper aims to show the ways in which results from web-based approaches—which are notably based on using web technology—and the paper-based mode of distributing a questionnaire may be dissimilar. Furthermore, this paper shows the way in which the researcher has dealt with the gap in the results.\ud \ud Keywords: Expert power, Referent power, Self-confidence, Reliance, Connectedness
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    • Kelly, d., harper, d. J. & landau, b. 2008. Questionnaire mode effects in interactive information retrieval experiments. Information processing & management, 44, 122-141.
    • Koponen, P., Mäki-opas, j. & Tolonen, H. 2011. 8. Questionnaire design and administration.
    • LEE, S. 2009. Questionnaire Administration: Effects by Mode on Data Quality and Accuracy in Psychological Research.
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