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Measuring Political Knowledge in Web-Based Surveys : An Experimental Validation of Visual Versus Verbal Instruments

Measuring Political Knowledge in Web-Based Surveys : An Experimental Validation of Visual Versus Verbal Instruments

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MUNZERT, Simon, Peter SELB, 2017. Measuring Political Knowledge in Web-Based Surveys : An Experimental Validation of Visual Versus Verbal Instruments. In: Social Science Computer Review. 35(2), pp. 167-183. ISSN 0894-4393. eISSN 1552-8286

@article{Munzert2017-04Measu-33364, title={Measuring Political Knowledge in Web-Based Surveys : An Experimental Validation of Visual Versus Verbal Instruments}, year={2017}, doi={10.1177/0894439315616325}, number={2}, volume={35}, issn={0894-4393}, journal={Social Science Computer Review}, pages={167--183}, author={Munzert, Simon and Selb, Peter} }

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