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|Title:||On-line with e-mums: exploring the Internet as a medium for research|
|Citation:||Area, 2002, 34 (1), pp.92-102|
|Abstract:||This paper contributes to the emerging debate about the value of on-line research. Drawing on the experience of an Internet-based Cyberparents project, it explores the possibilities and limitations of web-based questionnaire surveys and on-line synchronous interviews. It discusses some of the implications of conducting research in the virtual arena, with particular emphasis on sampling, on-line interactions and computer-mediated conversations. Although on-line research holds promise, its potential should not be exaggerated: many of the issues and problems of conventional research still apply in the virtual venue.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Geography|
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