Conference Agenda

Session Overview
Date: Thursday, 07/Mar/2019
F 1: Poster Session (Part I)
Location: Gallery

Finding the trolls lurking beneath the news. A two-step approach to identify perceived propaganda through machine learning.

Vlad Achimescu

University of Mannheim, Germany

Do We Blame it for Its Gender? How Specific Gender Cues Affect the Evaluation of Virtual Online Assistants

Carolin Straßmann, Annika Arndt, Anna Dahm, Dennis Nissen, Björn Zwickler, Bijko Regy, Melissa Güven, Simon Schulz, Sabrina Eimler

Hochschule Ruhr West, Germany

Teaching Practical Tasks with Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality: An Experimental Study Comparing Learning Outcomes

Alexander Arntz, Sabrina Eimler, Uwe Handmann

Hochschule Ruhr West, Germany

Web Survey on e-grocery consumers’ attitudes- An efficient design experiment that mixes stated preference and rating conjoint tasks.

Orlando Marco Belcore1, Luigi Dell'Olio2, Massimo Di Gangi1

1: Università degli Studi di Messina, Italy; 2: Universidad de Cantabria, Santander, Spain

When Gender-Bias Meets Fake-News - Results of Two Experimental Online-Studies

Sarah Bludau1, Gabriel Brandenberg2, Lukas Erle2, Sabrina Eimler2

1: University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany; 2: University of Applied Science Ruhr West, Germany

Making Online Research Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR)

Ines Drefs

GO FAIR International Support & Coordination Office, Germany

Fightclub - Market research vs. UX research

Lisa Dust1, Christian Graf2

1: Facts and Stories GmbH, Germany; 2: UXessible GbR, Germany

Survey Attitude Scale (SAS): Are Measurements Comparable Among Different Samples of Students from German Higher Education Institutions?

Isabelle Fiedler, Ulrike Schwabe, Swetlana Sudheimer, Nadin Kastirke, Gritt Fehring

Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW), Germany

Embedding the first question in the e-mail invitation: the effect on web survey response

Marco Fornea1, Chiara Respi2, Beatrice Bartoli1, Manuela Ravagnan1

1: Demetra srl, Italy; 2: University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy

F 2: Poster Session (Part II)
Location: Gallery

Selection Bias and Representativeness of Survey Samples: the Effectiveness of Mixing Modes and Sampling Frames

Beatrice Bartoli1, Chiara Respi2, Marco Fornea1, Manuela Ravagnan1

1: Demetra, Italy; 2: University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy

“Ok google” - The role of digital Voice Assistants in the lifeworlds of users - An empirical study on relationship types between Voice Assistants and users

Anna Kaiser2, Ivonne Preusser1, Janine Bunzeck1

1: TH Koeln, Germany; 2: Skopos Connect, Germany

What Predicts the Validity of Self-Reported Paradata? Results from the German HISBUS Online Access Panel

Nadin Kastirke, Swetlana Sudheimer, Gritt Fehring, Ulrike Schwabe

German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW), Germany

Working towards understanding and enhancing Enterprise Social Network use

Lena S. Kegel1, Martin Salaschek2, Meinald T. Thielsch1

1: Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany; 2: Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA), Germany

Developing Podcasts that Inspire Listeners and Facilitate Learning

Lars König

University of Münster, Germany

„Eggs“-plaining Differences in Market Share and Optimal Pricing – a Comparison of Online Methods

Carina Krämer, Daniel Althaus, Kolja Turkiewicz, Luise Neumann


The impact of a mobile option in a migration survey on sample composition and data quality. Results from a multilingual feasibility study.

Ilter Öztürk, Johannes Lemcke, Marie-Luise Zeisler, Patrick Schmich, Claudia Santos-Hövener

Robert Koch Institut, Germany

Using kinship big network data to overcome mistrust in recruiting the hard-to-reach populations: the case of Formosan endangered language survey

Ji-Ping Lin

Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Linguistic Properties of Echo Chambers and Hate Groups on Reddit

Robert Luzsa, Susanne Mayr

Universität Passau, Germany

F 3: Poster Session (Part III)
Location: Gallery

Style for Success? A Study on the Impact of Avatars’ Styling on Perceived Competence and Warmth.

Katja Markewitz, Patricia Glinski, Marius Herold, Carolin Straßmann, Annika Arndt, Sabrina Eimler

Hochschule Ruhr West, Germany

Fake News: On the Influence of Warnings and Personality

Tanja Messingschlager, Fabian Prietzel, Stefan Krause, Julia Winkler, Markus Appel

University of Würzburg, Germany

Looking back. Moving forward. 20 years of GOR.

Marie-Luise Nau, Florian Tress

Norstat Group, Germany

Respondents behavior in web surveys: Comparing positioning effects of a scale on impulsive behavior

Cornelia E. Neuert

GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany

Fit for Industry 4.0? – Results of an Empirical Study

Swetlana Franken, Lotte Prädikow, Miriam Vandieken, Malte Wattenberg

Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany

How to catch an online survey cheater

Manuela Ravagnan, Marco Fornea

Demetra s.r.l., Italy

How Much Text Is Too Much? Assessing Respondent Attention to Instruction Texts Depending on Text Length

Tobias Rettig

University of Mannheim, Germany

PC versus mobile survey modes: are people's life evaluations comparable?

Francesco Sarracino1, Cesare Antonio Fabio Riillo2, Malgorzata Mikucka3

1: STATEC research, Luxembourg; 2: STATEC research, Luxembourg; 3: MZES, Mannheim University (Germany),

F 4: Poster Session (Part IV)
Location: Gallery

Optimizing Response Rates in Web Surveys of Establishments: The Effects of Contact Mode

Joseph Sakshaug1,2, Basha Vicari1, Mick Couper3

1: Institute for Employment Research; 2: University of Mannheim; 3: University of Michigan

Brand Relationship Quality on YouTube: The emergence and impact of strong between recipient and creator relationships

Lucas Scheller

Trimexa GmbH, Germany

SurveyMaps: A sensor-based supplement to GPS in mobile web surveys

Stephan Schlosser1, Jan Karem Höhne2, Daniel Qureshi3

1: University of Göttingen, Germany; 2: University of Mannheim, Germany; 3: University of Frankfurt, Germany

Integrating web tracking and surveys to investigate selective exposure in news consumption

Sebastian Stier, Johannes Breuer, Pascal Siegers, Tobias Gummer, Arnim Bleier

GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany

Benchmarks for E-Health Evaluations

Meinald T. Thielsch1, David M. Kahre1, Carolin Thielsch1, Gerrit Hirschfeld2

1: University of Münster, Germany; 2: Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Online recruiting methods from the perspective of job candidates

Dilara Erdal, Meinald T. Thielsch

University of Münster, Germany

The Relevance of IT-Competencies in a Digitalized Work Environment

Carina Groth, Malte Wattenberg, Miriam Vandieken

Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany

A selection bias of Facebook respondents, which need to be taken into account

Daniela Wetzelhütter1, Dimitri Prandner2, Sebastian Martin1

1: University of Applied Sciences, Upper Austria; 2: Johannes Kepler University, Linz