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Title: Questionnaires in dictionary use research: A reexamination
Authors: Lew, Robert
Keywords: Dictionaries
Dictionary use
Questionnaire design
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Center for Sprogteknologi, Copenhagen University
Citation: Proceedings of the Tenth EURALEX International Congress, EURALEX 2002, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 12-17, 2002, Vol.1. 267-271
Abstract: The present paper re-examines the usefulness of questionnaires in dictionary use research, using Glynn Hatherall's well-known criticism of questionnaires as a starting point. It is argued here that charges directed at questionnaires apply equally easily to the alternatives suggested by Hatherall. It is claimed that some research questions require a questionnaire approach. It is also demonstrated through example that unreliability of questionnaire-based studies may well result from design factors unrelated to questionnaires themselves. Use of multiple methods and careful design is advocated. Finally, suggestions are offered for improving questionnaire design in dictionary use research.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10593/350
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