10 Things Survey Researchers Should Know About Twitter

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We’re counting down our Top 10 blog posts of 2013. Coming in at #4 is this post originally published July 31. Over the last couple years, I’ve been looking at Twitter’s potential in survey research.  Why Twitter?  Because it’s vast, it’s fast, and it’s cheap.  Recently, at the 2013 FedCASIC Workshops, I presented ten things survey […]

Altruism: Alive and Well on Facebook?

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Facebook has been derided by some researchers as a contributor to growing levels of narcissism in our society.  It is true that a lot of what happens on Facebook is about how you’re seen and gaining approval from peers.  But a recent experiment we conducted recruiting subjects for cognitive interviews using Facebook made me reconsider this simple […]