Mail and Internet Surveys: The Tailored Design Method -- 2007 Update with New Internet, Visual, and Mixed-Mode Guide
A crucial resource for increasing response rates and obtaining high-quality feedback from mail, electronic, and other surveys
Don Dillman's "Mail and Internet Surveys, Second Edition" has been the definitive guide for creating and conducting successful surveys using both traditional and new media channels. Now, this special 2007 Update of the classic text features major additions covering the latest developments in online survey design and administration.
Like its predecessor, this resource lays out a complete, start-to-finish guide for determining the needs of a given survey, designing it, and effectively administering it. Drawing on social science, statistics, and proven best practices, Dillman's text discusses surveys for a variety of purposes, audiences, and situations.
New and updated material covers both the principles behind and directions for how to: Conduct Web surveysVisually design questionnairesUse paper mailed surveys
As insightful and practical as its classic original, "Mail and Internet Surveys, Second Edition, 2007 Update" is a crucial resource for any researcher seeking to increase response rates and obtain high-quality feedback from mail, electronic, and other self-administered surveys.
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Review: Mail and Internet Surveys: The Tailored Design Method: With New Internet, Visual, and Mixed-Mode GuideUser Review - Travis - Goodreads
The authority on survey research, with not quite up-to-dae information on web-bseds and e-mail surveys (who does e-mail survey's anyway? doesn' everyone go to some surveymonkey-like website?) Read full review
Review: Mail and Internet Surveys: The Tailored Design Method: With New Internet, Visual, and Mixed-Mode GuideUser Review - Jean - Goodreads
I recommend this book to anyone who is going to collect survey data, even simple satisfaction surveys following an event...it's a GREAT guide and resource. Read full review
Introduction to Tailored Design
Constructin the uestionnaire
Reduction of Coverage and Sampling Errors
In Person to Groups
Household and Individual Person Surveys by Government
Surveys of Businesses and Other Organizations
Internet and Interactive Voice Response Surveys
Optical Scanning and Imagi_ng and the Future of SelfAdministered
LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
APPENDIX Recent Developments in the Design of Web Mail and Mixed
Diary Customer Satisfaction and Election