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Internet surveys have a potential use for survey research when compared against costs and declining response rates of traditional modes as they form a powerful tool for reducing respondents' burden in complex questionnaires. On the other hand, there exists scepticism about the reliability and robustness of the collected data. Arenze et al. (2005) argue that case studies involving Internet surveys cannot be generalised to other countries and have recommended systematic collection and reportingdoi:10.2174/1874447801206010011 fatcat:pcbvqqotkba5xkixs7nu77meeq