Replication data for articles of the MedienJournal - Zeitschrift für Medien-und Kommunikationsforschung

The MedienJournal is the double-blind, peer-reviewed quarterly journal of the Austrian Society of Communication (ÖGK).
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Sep 5, 2018
Wetzelhütter, Daniela, 2018, "Replication Data for: "Digital Mobility“ and Data Quality. Consequences of nonresponses as situational behaviour of survey participants when using a smartphone anywhere.",, AUSSDA, V1, UNF:6:UyJrx872DJw81t7PCkN3UA== [fileUNF]
A paper and pencil questionnaire is usually filled out at the place of receipt. For a household survey, this is quite often the residential address of respondents. When employment conditions are examined, the survey is often carried out at the workplace. If aspects of education a...
Apr 26, 2018
Prandner, Dimitri; Röser, Andreas, 2018, "Replication Data for: Questions of Quality - Is Data Quality Still Tied to Survey Mode?",, AUSSDA, V1, UNF:6:QLlcr9h3qbyfVPAwXjg6yQ== [fileUNF]
The increasing popularity of online surveys in the social sciences led to an ongoing discussion about mode effects in survey research. The following article tests if commonly discussed mode-effects (e.g. sample differences, data quality; item-non response, social desirability and...
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