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  • Externe Monographien

    Entkoppelte Lebenswelten? Soziale Beziehungen und gesellschaftlicher Zusammenhalt in Deutschland - Erster Zusammenhaltsbericht des FGZ: Erster Zusammenhaltsbericht des FGZ

    Mit dem vorliegenden Bericht eröffnen wir unsere Reihe der Zusammenhaltsberichte desFGZ. Die Zusammenhaltsberichte sollen auf der Grundlage der im FGZ erhobenen Dateneine interessierte Öffentlichkeit über zentrale Befunde und Analysen zum gesellschaftlichenZusammenhalt in Deutschland informieren. Mit dem Fokus auf Datenerhebungen ergänzendie am Forschungsdatenzentrum des FGZ (FDZ-FGZ) koordinierten ...

    Bremen: SOCIUM, Forschungsinstitut Gesellschaftlicher Zusammenhalt, 2023, 131 S. | Nils Teichler, Jean-Yves Gerlitz, Carina Cornesse, Clara Dilger, Olaf Groh-Samberg, Holger Lengfeld, Eric Nissen, Jost Reinecke, Stephan Skolarski, Richard Traunmüller, Lena Verneuer-Emre
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Equipping the Offline Population with Internet Access in an Online Panel: Does It Make a Difference?

    Online panel surveys are often criticized for their inability to cover the offline population, potentially resulting in coverage error. Previous research has demonstrated that non-internet users in fact differ from online individuals on several sociodemographic characteristics. In attempts to reduce coverage error due to missing the offline population, several probability-based online panels equip ...

    In: Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 12 (2024), 1, S. 80-93 | Ruben Bach, Carina Cornesse, Jessica Daikeler
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Experimental Evidence on Panel Conditioning Effects when Increasing the Surveying Frequency in a Probability-Based Online Panel

    We investigate panel conditioning effects in a long-running probability-based online panel of the general population through a large-scale experiment conducted in 2020. Our experiment was specifically designed to study the effect of intensifying the surveying frequency for the treatment group (N = 5,598 panel members) during a 16-week corona study while keeping the control group (N = 799 panel members) ...

    In: Survey Research Methods 17 (2023), 3, S. 323-339 | Carina Cornesse, Annelies Blom, Marie-Lou Sohnius, Marisabel Gonzalez Ocanto, Tobias Rettig, Marina Ungefucht
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Response Quality in Nonprobability and Probability-based Online Panels

    Recent years have seen a growing number of studies investigating the accuracy of nonprobability online panels; however, response quality in nonprobability online panels has not yet received much attention. To fill this gap, we investigate response quality in a comprehensive study of seven nonprobability online panels and three probability-based online panels with identical fieldwork periods and questionnaires ...

    In: Sociological Methods & Research 52 (2023), 2, . 879–908 | Carina Cornesse, Annelies G. Blom
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    The Early Bird Catches the Worm! Setting a Deadline for Online Panel Recruitment Incentives

    The literature on the effects of incentives in survey research is vast and covers a diversity of survey modes. The mode of probability-based online panels, however, is still young and so is research into how to best recruit sample units into the panel. This paper sheds light on the effectiveness of a specific type of incentive in this context: a monetary incentive that is paid conditionally upon panel ...

    In: Social Science Computer Review 41 (2023), 2, S. 370–389 | Sabine Friedel, Barbara Felderer, Ulrich Krieger, Carina Cornesse, Annelies G. Blom
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Measurement Equivalence in Probability and Nonprobability Online Panels

    Nonprobability online panels are commonly used in the social sciences as a fast and inexpensive way of collecting data in contrast to more expensive probability-based panels. Given their ubiquitous use in social science research, a great deal of research is being undertaken to assess the properties of nonprobability panels relative to probability ones. Much of this research focuses on selection bias, ...

    In: International Journal of Market Research 64 (2022), 4, S. 484–505 | Hafsteinn Einarsson, Joseph W. Sakshaug, Alexandru Cernat, Carina Cornesse, Annelies G. Blom
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    From German Internet Panel to Mannheim Corona Study: Adaptable Probability‐Based Online Panel Infrastructures during the Pandemic

    The outbreak of COVID‐19 has sparked a sudden demand for fast, frequent and accurate data on the societal impact of the pandemic. This demand has highlighted a divide in survey data collection: Most probability‐based social surveys, which can deliver the necessary data quality to allow valid inference to the general population, are slow, infrequent and ill‐equipped ...

    In: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society / Series A 185 (2022), 3, S. 773-797 | Carina Cornesse, Ulrich Krieger, Marie‐Lou Sohnius, Marina Fikel, Sabine Friedel, Tobias Rettig, Alexander Wenz, Sebastian Juhl, Roni Lehrer, Katja Möhring, Elias Naumann, Maximiliane Reifenscheid, Annelies G. Blom
  • Other refereed essays

    Measurement Instruments for Fast and Frequent Data Collection during the Early Phase of COVID-19 in Germany: Reflections on the Mannheim Corona Study

    The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a vast increase in the demand for fast, frequent, and multi-faceted data to study the impact of the pandemic on people’s lives. Existing data collection infrastructures had to be adapted quickly during the early phase of the pandemic to meet this data demand. Our research group contributed to this by conducting the Mannheim Corona Study (MCS), a longitudinal ...

    In: Measurement Instruments for the Social Sciences 4 (2022), Art. 2, 7 S. | Carina Cornesse, Marisabel Gonzalez Ocanto, Marina Fikel, Sabine Friedel, Ulrich Krieger, Tobias Rettig, Annelies G. Blom
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