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  • Lessons learned from SoulPulse, a smartphone-based experience sampling method (S-ESM) study of spirituality.
    Wright, Bradley R.E., Richard Blackmon, David M. Carreon, and Luke Knepper (2017)
    In Roger Finke and Christopher D. Bader (eds.) Faithful Measures. New Methods in the Measurement of Religion. New York: New York University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Methods; Experience; Sampling
  • The (non) religion of Mechanical Turk Workers.
    Lewis, Andrew R., Stephen T. Mockabee, Paul A. Djupe, and Joshua Su-Ya Wu (2015)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54:2: 419-428.

    Assesses the representativeness of Amazon's Mechanical Turk opt-in samples.

    Associated Search Terms: Internet survey; Sampling; Methods
  • A new approach for studying stratification and religion: Early results from a national internet-based field experiment study of U.S. churches.
    Wallace, Michael, Bradley R.E. Wright, Christine Zozula, Stacy Missari, Christopher M. Donnelly, and Annie Scola Wisnesky (2012)
    Research in the Sociology of Work 23:1: 369-397.

    Associated Search Terms: Methods; United States; Stratification; Sampling; Experiment
  • Denominational Differences in Congregation Youth Ministry Programs and Evidence of Systematic non-Response Biases.
    Snell, Patricia, Christian Smith, Carlos Tavares, and Kari Christoffersen (2009)
    Review of Religious Research 51:1: 21-38.

    A study of youth ministries in northern Indiana shows that a sample & a near 100% response can yield different results.

    Associated Search Terms: Sampling; Youth ministry; United States, Indiana; Methods
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