Survey Research and the World Wide Web / Edition 1by Dale K. Nesbary
Pub. Date: 07/06/1999
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
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B> Survey Research and the World Wide Web helps readers learn how to construct a survey or use the Web as a medium for targeting and surveying well-focused populations. The authors provide readers with specific approaches for collecting representative data from a variety of groups, populations and resources as well as practical, straightforward exercises that include numerous examples. Step-by-step instructions are provided to guide readers to accomplish each activity and screen shots and real-life vignettes highlighting the application if concepts and programs discussed in the text. This book is not a technical manual on how to program HTML or master Microsoft FrontPage, rather it is designed to help readers become proficient at using Web survey research tools. For anyone interested in building web research skills.
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Table of Contents
Most chapters conclude with "Summary," "Study Questions and Exercises," and "Survey Research Resources."
Table of Contents.
1. Introducing Survey Research.
Inquiry and Research.
Survey Research Described.
2. Introduction to the Internet and the Web.
A Brief History of the Internet.
What Is the World Wide Web?
How Useful Is the Web?
The Internet and Web Surveys.
3. Introduction to Web-Based Surveys.
1998 Web Survey Results.
State Law Enforcement Survey.
Local Law Enforcement Survey.
4. Survey Design in Microsoft FrontPage.
Web Design Hardware and Software Requirements.
Introduction to Microsoft FrontPage.
Constructing an Opinion Poll Web Survey.
Publishing a Survey without FrontPage Server Extensions.
Sending Standard Surveys via E-mail.
5. Web Search Exercises.
Using the Address Bar to Find Websites.
Using Search Engines.
Keyword Searches Using Alta Vista.
Web Directory Exercises Using Yahoo.
Appendix A: Survey and Web Definitions.
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