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Nov article: »Forms and factors of internet access in Slovenia«
31. July 2019 | Publications
Darja Grošelj, PhD, and Miha Matjašič published an article »Forms and factors of internet access in Slovenia« in Teorija in praksa journal. With the reference to the theory of digital inequality, the article explores the forms of internet access among Slovenian Internet users and the factors that influence the adoption and frequency of the usage of various forms of internet access.
New scientific article in Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology
31. May 2019 | Publications
Assoc. prof. Katja Lozar Manfreda, PhD, member of Centre for Social Informatics, published an article together with Jessica Daikeler in Michael Bošnjak. The article Web Versus Other Survey Modes: An Updated and Extended Meta-Analysis Comparing Response Rates was published in May 2019 in Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology.
New article: Predictors of Seniors’ Interest in Assistive Applications on Smartphones
14. May 2019 | Publications
Dr. Andraž Petrovčič and Dr. Vesna Dolničar (co-authored by Dr. Sebatiaan Peek, University of Tilburg) published the article “Predictors of Seniors’ Interest in Assistive Applications on Smartphones: Evidence from a Population-Based Survey in Slovenia”. It has been published with the financial support of the Slovenian Research Agency and belongs to a special issue “Quality of Life: The Interplay between Human Behaviour, Technology and the Environment” in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Dr. Sakari Taipale's book: "Intergenerational Connections in Digital Families"
06. May 2019 | Publications
Dr. Sakari Taipale, a Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Social Informatics, University of Ljubljana, whose primary position is at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, has written a book Intergenerational Connections in Digital Families. The book illustrates how everyday family life gets digitalized in three European countries. It looks into the relationships between different generations from the technology use perspective in Finland, Italy and Slovenia. The Slovenian data was gathered with help of the student and Associete Professor Vesna Dolničar at FDV.
New scientific publication »Psychological outcomes of eCare technologies use for informal carers: A scoping study«
18. April 2019 | Publications
Kaja Smole Orehek, assist. prof. Simona Hvalič Touzery, PhD, assist. prof. Andraž Petrovčič, PhD, assoc. prof. Vesna Dolničar, PhD (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences, Centre for Social Informatics), and assoc. prof. Matjaž Debevc, PhD, and assist. prof. Ines Kožuh, PhD (University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engeneering and Computer Science) are co-authors of a scientific article, titled »Psychological outcomes of eCare technologies use for informal carers: A scoping study« and is available in Gerontechnology Journal.
New scientific publication “Meta-Analyses in Survey Methodology: A Systematic Review”
03. January 2019 | Publications
Gregor Čehovin, assoc. prof. Katja Lozar Manfreda (Centre for Social Informatics) and prof. Michael Bosnjak (ZPID - Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information, University of Trier) coauthored a scientific article, which is titled “Meta-Analyses in Survey Methodology: A Systematic Review” (in press) and is currently available in advance access format from Public Opinion Quarterly.