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(*)調査方法論関係,とくにWeb調査に関連する文献類を体系的に収集整理し,公開しているサイト“WebSM”を主催するグループのリーダー,Vehovar氏による発表記録.この時点でのWeb調査関連の調査研究の「メタ分析」による比較検証を試みた貴重な報告資料. 注:WebSM(Web Survey Methodology)とはリュブリャナ大学(University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences)にある調査方法論関連情報の以下のオンライン・サイト.
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