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Dillman, Don A.
Dillman, Don A.
Regents Professor of Sociology
Verified email at wsu.edu
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Mail and Internet surveys: The tailored design method--2007 Update with new Internet, visual, and mixed-mode guide
DA Dillman
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
282232011
Mail and telephone surveys: The total design method
DA Dillman
Wiley 19, 375, 1978
218141978
Internet, phone, mail, and mixed-mode surveys: The tailored design method
DA Dillman, JD Smyth, LM Christian
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
167702014
How to conduct your own survey
P Salant, DA Dillman
(No Title), 1994
50311994
The design and administration of mail surveys
DA Dillman
Annual review of sociology 17 (1), 225-249, 1991
22651991
Development of a standard e-mail methodology: Results of an experiment
DR Schaefer, DA Dillman
Public opinion quarterly, 378-397, 1998
17481998
Response rate and measurement differences in mixed-mode surveys using mail, telephone, interactive voice response (IVR) and the Internet
DA Dillman, G Phelps, R Tortora, K Swift, J Kohrell, J Berck, BL Messer
Social science research 38 (1), 1-18, 2009
13202009
International handbook of survey methodology
ED De Leeuw, J Hox, D Dillman
Routledge, 2012
11682012
The web questionnaire challenge to survey methodologists
DA Dillman, DK Bowker
Online social sciences 7, 53-71, 2001
8452001
Research synthesis: AAPOR report on online panels
Prepared for the AAPOR Executive Council by a Task Force operating under the ...
Public Opinion Quarterly 74 (4), 711-781, 2010
7912010
Improving response to web and mixed-mode surveys
MM Millar, DA Dillman
Public opinion quarterly 75 (2), 249-269, 2011
7002011
Mail and other self-administered questionnaires
D DA
Handbook for survey research, 359-377, 1983
6871983
Principles for constructing web surveys
DA Dillman, RD Tortora, D Bowker
Joint Meetings of the American Statistical Association 64 (1), 1-16, 1998
6711998
Mail and Internet surveys: The tailored design method--2007 Update with new Internet, visual, and mixed-mode guide
DA Dillman
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
576*2011
Effects of questionnaire length, respondent-friendly design, and a difficult question on response rates for occupant-addressed census mail surveys
DA Dillman, MD Sinclair, JR Clark
Public opinion quarterly 57 (3), 289-304, 1993
5701993
Survey mode as a source of instability in responses across surveys
DA Dillman, LM Christian
Field methods 17 (1), 30-52, 2005
4022005
How urban residents rate and rank the benefits and problems associated with trees in cities
VI Lohr, CH Pearson-Mims, J Tarnai, DA Dillman
Arboriculture & Urban Forestry (AUF) 30 (1), 28-35, 2004
3902004
Towards a theory of self-administered questionnaire design
CR Jenkins, DA Dillman
Bureau of the Census, 1995
3761995
Increasing mail questionnaire response: A four state comparison
DA Dillman, JA Christenson, EH Carpenter, RM Brooks
American Sociological Review, 744-756, 1974
3761974
Influence of plain vs. fancy design on response rates for web surveys
DA Dillman, RD Tortora, J Conradt, D Bowker
Proceedings of survey methods section, 1998
3681998
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