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Title Secondary Respondent Consent in the German Family Panel
Source Bulletin of Sociological /Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique
Year 2016
Access date 21.06.2016
Abstract
To achieve high return among secondary respondents, primary respondents’ consent rates must be high. In the German Family Panel (pairfam), a large, randomly sampled panel study,
primary respondents’ consent rates to surveying their parents were found to be low. Since we suspected that the underlying reason could be interviewer behavior, we tested in an experiment if placing the consent questions in the self-interview (CASI) part of the interview would increase consent rates. Results show that bypassing interviewers by asking respondents directly in the CASI section did not increase consent rates.
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Year of publication2016
Bibliographic typeJournal article
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