Web Survey Bibliography
Title The Impact of Computer Assisted Interviewing on UK Survey Research
Source Westlake, A. et al. (Eds): New Methods in Survey Research. Proceedings from the 'New Methods in Survey Research' conference, organized by Association for Survey Computing, 1998
Access date 12.08.2004
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Abstract For almost every traditional approach to survey data collection there is now a computer assisted alternative. The focus of this paper is on the two most widespread - Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI) and Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI). In it, we provide an update on the extent of adoption of these approaches among UK survey suppliers and move on to discuss their impact. Our particular focus is on the impact on survey agencies and the industry of the more intrusive technology of CAPI.
Bibliographic typeConference proceedings
Year of publication1998
Web Survey Bibliography - Collins, M. (4)
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