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Mike Stern
Professor and Chair, Dept of Media & Information, Michigan State University
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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
11522015
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
3442006
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
2522014
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
2082009
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
1752005
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
1542014
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
1482014
Community participation, social ties, and use of the internet
MJ Stern, DA Dillman
City & Community 5 (4), 409-424, 2006
1472006
Digital inequalities 2.0: Legacy inequalities in the information age
L Robinson, J Schulz, G Blank, M Ragnedda, H Ono, B Hogan, GS Mesch, ...
First Monday 25 (7), 2020
1432020
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
1242010
Visual design, order effects, and respondent characteristics in a self-administered survey
MJ Stern, DA Dillman, JD Smyth
1012007
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
892012
Effects of using visual design principles to group response options in web surveys
JD Smyth, DA Dillman, LM Christian, MJ Stern
812006
Judgments about work: Dimensionality revisited
MK Johnson, JT Mortimer, JC Lee, MJ Stern
Work and Occupations 34 (3), 290-317, 2007
782007
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
712009
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
682008
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
632008
Effective sampling from social media sites and search engines for web surveys: Demographic and data quality differences in surveys of Google and Facebook users
MJ Stern, I Bilgen, C McClain, B Hunscher
Social science computer review 35 (6), 713-732, 2017
612017
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
572014
Digital inequalities 3.0: Emergent inequalities in the information age
L Robinson, J Schulz, HS Dunn, AA Casilli, P Tubaro, R Carvath, W Chen, ...
First Monday 25 (7), 2020
512020
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