Mike Stern
Mike Stern
Professor and Chair, Dept of Media & Information, Michigan State University
Vahvistettu sähköpostiosoite verkkotunnuksessa msu.edu - Kotisivu
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Digital inequalities and why they matter
L Robinson, SR Cotten, H Ono, A Quan-Haase, G Mesch, W Chen, ...
Information, communication & society 18 (5), 569-582, 2015
4982015
Comparing check-all and forced-choice question formats in web surveys
JD Smyth, DA Dillman, LM Christian, MJ Stern
Public Opinion Quarterly 70 (1), 66-77, 2006
2722006
The state of survey methodology: Challenges, dilemmas, and new frontiers in the era of the tailored design
MJ Stern, I Bilgen, DA Dillman
Field Methods 26 (3), 284-301, 2014
1462014
Attachments to family and community and the young adult transition of rural youth
M Kirkpatrick Johnson, GH Elder Jr, M Stern
Journal of research on adolescence 15 (1), 99-125, 2005
1412005
Community participation, social ties, and use of the internet
MJ Stern, DA Dillman
City & Community 5 (4), 409-424, 2006
1352006
Digital inequality and place: The effects of technological diffusion on Internet proficiency and usage across rural, suburban, and urban counties
MJ Stern, AE Adams, S Elsasser
Sociological Inquiry 79 (4), 391-417, 2009
1302009
Do rural residents really use the internet to build social capital? An empirical investigation
MJ Stern, AE Adams
American Behavioral Scientist 53 (9), 1389-1422, 2010
1022010
Mobile technologies for conducting, augmenting and potentially replacing surveys: Executive summary of the AAPOR task force on emerging technologies in public opinion research
MW Link, J Murphy, MF Schober, TD Buskirk, J Hunter Childs, ...
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (4), 779-787, 2014
982014
Social media in public opinion research: Executive summary of the aapor task force on emerging technologies in public opinion research
J Murphy, MW Link, JH Childs, CL Tesfaye, E Dean, M Stern, J Pasek, ...
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (4), 788-794, 2014
842014
Visual design, order effects, and respondent characteristics in a self-administered survey
MJ Stern, DA Dillman, JD Smyth
842007
Effects of using visual design principles to group response options in web surveys
JD Smyth, DA Dillman, LM Christian, MJ Stern
752006
Judgments about work: Dimensionality revisited
MK Johnson, JT Mortimer, JC Lee, MJ Stern
Work and Occupations 34 (3), 290-317, 2007
692007
The separate spheres of online health: Gender, parenting, and online health information searching in the information age
MJ Stern, SR Cotten, P Drentea
Journal of family issues 33 (10), 1324-1350, 2012
632012
How locality, frequency of communication and internet usage affect modes of communication within core social networks
MJ Stern
Information, Communication & Society 11 (5), 591-616, 2008
572008
The use of client-side paradata in analyzing the effects of visual layout on changing responses in web surveys
MJ Stern
Field Methods 20 (4), 377-398, 2008
552008
How family members stay in touch: A quantitative investigation of core family networks
MJ Stern, C Messer
Marriage & Family Review 45 (6-8), 654-676, 2009
542009
Social media in public opinion research: report of the AAPOR task force on emerging technologies in public opinion research
J Murphy, MW Link, JH Childs, CL Tesfaye, E Dean, M Stern, J Pasek, ...
American Association for Public Opinion Research, 2014
412014
How visual grouping influences answers to internet surveys
JD Smyth, DA Dillman, LM Christian, MJ Stern
Annual Meeting of the American Association for Public Opinion Research. Phoenix, 2004
342004
Rural community participation, social networks, and broadband use: Examples from localized and national survey data
MJ Stern, AE Adams, J Boase
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 40 (1203-2016-95476), 158-171, 2011
322011
Multiple answer questions in self-administered surveys: The use of check-all-that-apply and forced-choice question formats
DA Dillman, JD Smyth, LM Christian, MJ Stern
Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association. San Francisco, CA, 2003
312003
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