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Sources of error in mobile survey data collection -PhD thesis-

Alexander Wenz

Information And Communication TechnologiesSurvey Methodology


Improving household finances data with joint interviewing and a balance edit: cognitive testing of a 'Benefit Unit Finance' module

Tim Hanson, Phil Westwood, Jonathan Burton, Paul Fisher

Information And Communication TechnologiesSurvey MethodologyFinance


Participation in a mobile app survey to collect expenditure data as part of a large-scale probability household panel: response rates and response biases

Annette Jäckle, Jonathan Burton, Mick P. Couper, Carli Lessof

Information And Communication TechnologiesSurvey MethodologyFinance


Willingness to use mobile technologies for data collection in a probability household panel

Alexander Wenz, Annette Jäckle, Mick P. Couper

Information And Communication TechnologiesSurvey Methodology


Mixing modes and measurement methods in longitudinal studies

Annette Jäckle, Alessandra Gaia, Michaela Benzeval

Information And Communication TechnologiesScience And TechnologyEconomicsSurvey MethodologySurveys


Health and social exclusion in older age: evidence from Understanding Society, the UK Household Longitudinal Study

Amanda Sacker, Andy Ross, Catherine A. MacLeod, Gopal Netuveli, Gill Windle

Information And Communication TechnologiesOlder PeopleSocial ExclusionPublic PolicyHealth


Examining the validity of interviewers' ratings of respondents' health (via Skype)

Dana Garbarski

Information And Communication TechnologiesSurvey MethodologyWell BeingHealth


Targeted use of data collection modes in a household panel context

Peter Lynn

Information And Communication TechnologiesSurvey Methodology


Social media use and children’s wellbeing

Emily McDool

Information And Communication TechnologiesSocial NetworksPsychologyTime UseYoung PeopleWell Being


The effects of teleworking on housework division and well-being of couples

Eleftherios Giovanis

Information And Communication TechnologiesPsychologyLabour MarketWell BeingSociology Of Households


Does teleworking affect housework division and improve the well-being of couples?

Eleftherios Giovanis

Information And Communication TechnologiesPsychologyLabour MarketWell BeingSociology Of Households


Mixed-device online surveys in the UK

Olga Maslovskaya, Gabriele Durrant, Peter W.F. Smith, Tim Hanson, Ana Villar

Information And Communication TechnologiesSurvey Methodology


Using an App to collect detailed expenditure data in a probability household panel survey: response rates, response biases and measurement quality

Annette Jäckle, Carli Lessof, Jonathan Burton, Mick P. Couper

Information And Communication TechnologiesSurvey Methodology


Social media use and young people's wellbeing

Emily McDool, Philip Powell, Jennifer Roberts, Karl Taylor

Information And Communication TechnologiesArea EffectsSocial NetworksPsychologyTime UseYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentWell BeingSocial CapitalSocial Behaviour


Digital television: impact on cognitive development, educational inequality and habits

Adrian Nieto

Information And Communication TechnologiesArea EffectsTime UseGeographyScience And TechnologyYoung PeopleEducationChild Development


The role of the internet in shaping young adults’ attitude, travel choices, and sustainable lifestyles: a longitudinal perspective

Guoqiang Wu, Jinhyun Hong, Piyushimita Vonu Thakuriah

Environmental SociologyInformation And Communication TechnologiesPsychologyYoung PeopleSocial AttitudesTravelSocial Behaviour