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Title The Impact of Mixing Modes on Reliability in Longitudinal Studies
Author Cernat, A.
Source Sociological Methods & Research; 44, 3, pp. 427-457
Year 2014
Access date 22.08.2017
Abstract Mixed-mode designs are increasingly important in surveys, and large longitudinal studies are progressively moving to or considering such a design. In this context, our knowledge regarding the impact of mixing modes on data quality indicators in longitudinal studies is sparse. This study tries to ameliorate this situation by taking advantage of a quasi-experimental design in a longitudinal survey. Using models that estimate reliability for repeated measures, quasi-simplex models, 33 variables are analyzed by comparing a single-mode CAPI design to a sequential CATI-CAPI design. Results show no differences in reliabilities and stabilities across mixed modes either in the wave when the switch was made or in the subsequent waves. Implications and limitations are discussed
Year of publication2014
Bibliographic typeJournal article
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