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Computer-Assisted Interviewing



October 1991 | 96 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Aimed at aiding researchers to improve their data's quality, Computer-Assisted Interviewing helps readers identify the possibilities and difficulties which arise in computer-assisted interviewing. The author annotates samples of actual research questionnaires so that readers can compare the usual paper questionnaire against the extra statements needed for clear computer-assisted interviewing. In addition, the book includes an overview of the important features to consider if one wants to purchase a CADAC program.
 
Introduction
 
Computer-Assisted Interviewing
 
Different CADAC Applications
 
Writing Questionnaires
 
CADAC Hardware and Software
 
Appendix
Computer Programs

 

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ISBN: 9780803940666
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