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Title Methodological Issues in CAPI
Year 1989
Access date 17.08.2004
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Abstract Computer assisted personal interviewing (CAPI) is a survey design option in its infancy. As it is currently conceptualized, it is a merging of two technologies: the face to .face interview and computer assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) . This ma-criage of two methods tends, in our opinion, to be viewed as a welcomed, albeit arranged union. This paper focuses on some of the properties of this union which may require more careful thought and demand a research and development program. The paper begins with a tentative definition of CAPI. In addition to looking briefly at certain features of the new technology that require research, we suggest some approaches to such research, and discuss potential problems in conducting research on CAPI.
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Year of publication1986-1990
Bibliographic typeConference proceedings
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