[Air-L] Online survey about consent to access someone's social media data
Ansgar.Koene at nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Jun 19 13:32:21 PDT 2015
[sorry for the re-post, forgot the link to the survey last time]
I've recently launched an online survey to ask people which conditions they would like to have met before they would want to consent to having their social media data used for research purposes (see link below).
Does anyone have any good suggestions how I can best reach an audience that represent a proper cross-section of the internet using population?
Mechanical Turk won't be an option since for the purposes of this survey Turkers would not be a representative population sample. Neither is the student population.
Survey link: https://nottingham.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/conditions-for-consent-to-analyse-social-media-data
Dr. Ansgar Koene
CaSMa - Citizen centric approaches to social media analysis
Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute
University of Nottingham
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