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Comparison of three tobacco survey methods with college ...

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By d james · 2005 · cited by 22 — abstract. the goals of this case study were to: (1) determine the efficiency and effectiveness of three survey methods—postal mail survey, web-based survey, ... 6 pages
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International Electronic Journal of Health Education, 2005; 8:119-1241Comparison of Three Tobacco Survey Methods withCollege Students: A Case StudyDelores C.S. James, Ph.D., W. William Chen, Ph.D., CHES, &Jiunn-Jye Sheu, Ph.D.All authors are affiliated with the Department of Health Education and Behavior, University of FloridaCorresponding Author : Delores C.S. James, Department of Health Education and Behavior, P.O. Box 118210,Room 5 Florida Gym, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 32611; phone: (352) 392 -0583, ext 1276; fax: (352) 392 -1909; e-mail: [email protected] May 30, 2005; Revised and Accepted June 18, 2005AbstractThe goals of this case study were to: (1) determine the efficiency and effectiveness of three surveymethods—postal mail survey, web-based survey, and random in-class administration survey—in assessing tobacco-related attitudes and behaviors among college students and (2) compare the response rate and procedures of thesethree methods. There was a ...