[Air-l] random sample study response rates?

Eszter Hargittai eszterlists at netscape.net
Fri Jul 5 11:44:23 PDT 2002


I'm looking for some references to publications about studies that used random sampling to recruit respondents _and_ required respondents to travel to the study location (so they were simply, say, phone-based interviews).  Mine is such a study (http://www.webuse.org ) and I'm in need of some references for comparison.  I know of experimental, quasi-experimental and focus group studies, but none of the ones I know of used random sampling.  I would greatly appreciate any pointers.  The studies don't have to be IT related as the focus here is on response rates in general and methodology.


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