The refusal problem and nonresponse in on-line organizational surveys

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This research study examines the use of one form of computer-assisted data collection, the electronic or online survey, as an organizational research tool. The study utilized historical response data and administered an online survey to individuals known to be cooperative or uncooperative in other online surveys. It investigated nonresponse bias and and response effects of typical responders, periodic participants, and typical refusers within a sample of corporate employees in a computer-interactive interviewing environment utilizing online surveys.

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Green, Tonya Merlene December 1995.

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This research study examines the use of one form of computer-assisted data collection, the electronic or online survey, as an organizational research tool. The study utilized historical response data and administered an online survey to individuals known to be cooperative or uncooperative in other online surveys. It investigated nonresponse bias and and response effects of typical responders, periodic participants, and typical refusers within a sample of corporate employees in a computer-interactive interviewing environment utilizing online surveys.

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Green, Tonya Merlene. The refusal problem and nonresponse in on-line organizational surveys, dissertation, December 1995; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc332568/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .