Exploring online research methods - Incorporating TRI-ORM

Online course: List of references

The following is a list of references included in the online courses:

Ballard, C. and Prine, R. (2002) Citizens' Perceptions of Community Policing: comparing internet and mail survey responses. Social Science Computer Review, 20 , 485-493.

Bampton, R. and Cowton, C. J. (2002) The E-interview, Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 3, 2.
[External Link - opens in a new window] http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs-texte/2-02/2-02bamptoncowton-e.htm.

Bosnjak, M. and Tuten, T. L. (2001) Classifying response behaviors in web-based surveys, Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 6, 3.
[External Link - opens in a new window] http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol6/issue3/boznjak.html.

British Psychological Society (2002) Guidelines for ethical practice in psychological research online.
[External Link - opens in a new window] http://www.bps.org.uk/sites/default/files/documents/conducting_research_on_the_internet-guidelines_for_ethical_practice_in_psychological_research_online.pdf.

Bruckman, A. (2002a) Ethical Guidelines for Research online
[External Link - opens in a new window] http://www.cc.gatech.edu/~asb/ethics/.

Cameron, K. A., Salazar, L.F., Bernhardt, J. M., Burgess-Whitman, N., Wingood, G. M. and DiClemente, R.M. (2005) Adolescents’ experience with sex on the web: results from online focus groups. Journal of Adolescence, 28, 4, 535–540.

Chen, P. and Hinton, S. M. (1999) Realtime interviewing using the world wide web. Sociological Research Online, 4, 3.
[External Link - opens in a new window] http://www.socresonline.org.uk/4/3/chen.html.

Chen, S. S. , Hall, G. J. and Johns, M. D. (2004) Research paparazzi in cyberspace: The voices of the researched, in Johns, M. D., Chen, S. S. and Hall, G. J. (Eds.) (2004) Online Social Research: Methods, Issues, and Ethics. New York. Peter Lang. pp.157-175.

Coomber, R. (1997) Using the Internet for survey research, Sociological Research Online, 2, 2.
[External Link - opens in a new window] http://www.socresonline.org.uk/2/2/2.html.

Davis, M., Golding, G., Hart, G., Sherr, L. and Elford, J. (2004) Reflecting on the experience of interviewing online: perspectives from the Internet and HIV study in London, Aids Care, 16, 8, 944-952.

Economic and Social Research Council (2005) Research Ethics Framework.
[External Link - opens in a new window] http://www.esrc.ac.uk/_images/Framework_for_Research_Ethics_tcm8-4586.pdf.

Ellison, N., Heino, R., and Gibbs, J. (2006) Managing impressions online: Self-presentation processes in the online dating environment. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 11, 2, article 2.
[External Link - opens in a new window]http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol11/issue2/ellison.html.

Ess, C. and AoIR Ethics Working Committee (2002) Ethical decision-making and internet research: Recommendations form the AoIR ethics working committee.
[External Link - opens in a new window] http://www.aoir.org/reports/ethics.pdf.

Eysenbach, G. and Till, J. (2001) Ethical issues in qualitative research on internet communities, British Medical Journal, 323, 7321, 1103-1105.

Gross, R. and Acquisti, A. (2005) Information Revelation and Privacy in Online Social Networks (The Facebook case). Pre-proceedings version. ACM Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society (WPES).
[External Link - opens in a new window] http://www.heinz.cmu.edu/~acquisti/papers/ privacy-facebook-gross-acquisti.pdf.

Hargittai, E. (2007) Whose space? Differences among users and non-users of social network sites. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13, 1, article 14.
[External Link - opens in a new window]http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol13/issue1/hargittai.html.

Hughes, J. and Lang, K. (2004) Issues in Online Focus Groups: Lessons learned from an empirical study of peer-to-peer filesharing system users.  Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods, 2, 2, 95-110.

Jagger, E. (2005) Is thirty the new sixty? Dating, age and gender in a postmodern consumer society.  Sociology 39, 1, 89-106.

James, N. (2007) The use of email interviewing as a qualitative method of inquiry in educational research. British Educational Research Journal, 33, 6, 963-976.

James, N. and Busher, H. (2006) Credibility, authenticity and voice: Dilemmas in online interviewing, Qualitative Research, 6, 3, 403-420.

Kapoor, N., Konstan, J., and Terveen, L. (2005). How Peer Photos Influence Member Participation in Online Communities. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2005, April 2–7, 2005, Portland, Oregon, USA.
[External Link - opens in a new window]http://www.grouplens.org/papers/pdf/lbr-590-kapoor.pdf.

Lawson, H. and Leck, K. (2006) Dynamics of Internet Dating. Social Science Computer Review, 24, 2, 189-208.

Leander, K. and McKim, K. (2003) Tracing the Everyday 'Sitings' of Adolescents on the Internet: a strategic adaptation of ethnography across online and offline spaces.  Education, Communication & Information, 3, 2, 211 - 240.

Livingstone, S. and Bober, M. (2004) UK Children Go Online: surveying the experiences of young people and their parents. London: LSE Research Online.

Mann, C. and Stewart, F. (2000) Internet Communication and Qualitative Research. London. Sage.

O’Connor, H. and Madge, C. (2001) Cyber-mothers: Online synchronous interviewing using conferencing software. Sociological Research Online, 5, 4.
[External Link - opens in a new window] http://www.socresonline.org.uk/5/4/o'connor.html.

Paccagnella, L. (1997) Getting the seat of your pants dirty: Strategies for ethnographic research on virtual communities, Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 3, 1.
[External Link - opens in a new window]http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol3/issue1/paccagnella.html.

Reips, U.-D. (2002) Standards for Internet-based experimenting. Experimental Psychology, 49, 4, 243-256
[External Link - opens in a new window]http://www.psychologie.unizh.ch/sowi/reips/papers/exppsy/ExPsyReipsReprint.pdf.

Rezabek, R. J. (2000) Online focus groups: Electronic discussions for research, Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 1, 1.
[External Link - opens in a new window] http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/article/view/1128.

Salmon, G. (2002) E-tivities: a key to active online learning.  Routledge, London.

Schneider, S., Kerwin, J., Frechtling, J. and Vivari, B. (2002) Characteristics of the discussion in online and face-to-face focus groups.  Social Science Computer Review, 20, 1, 31-42.

Schulte-Mecklenbeck, M. and Huber, O. (2003) Information search in the laboratory and on the Web: With or without an experimenter, Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 35, 2, 227-23.

Stewart, F., Eckermann, E. and Zhou, K. (1998) Using the Internet in qualitative public health research: A comparison of Chinese and Australian young women's perceptions of tobacco. Internet Journal of Health Promotion.

Stewart, K and Williams M. (2005) Researching online populations: the use of online focus groups for social research. Qualitative Research, 5, 4, 395-416.

Sweet, C (1999). Designing and Conducting Virtual Focus Groups. Quirk's Marketing Research Review, 0548.

Sweet, C. (2001) Designing and conducting virtual focus groups. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal 4, 3, 30 -135.

Whitty, M. (2005) The Realness of Cybercheating: Men's and Women's Representations of Unfaithful Internet Relationships. Social Science Computer Review 23, 1, 57-67.

Williams, M. (2007) Avatar watching: participant observation in graphical online environments. Qualitative Research, 7, 1, 5-24.

 

 

 

 

Authors of this page: Jane Wellens and Tristram Hooley - Year of publication: 2009
  © 2004-2010  All rights reserved    |    Maintained by ReStore    |    About this website    |    Disclaimer    |    Copyright    |    Citation policy    |    Contact us