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.Testing the Data The last test to be performed before the instrument can be used in practice is a test of the data ... If the specification for the deletion of an answer is given for the wrong question, one will not get the data one needs in the ... Not having to make the system files manually saves the researcher a lot of time.
|Author||:||Willem E. Saris|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 1991-08-14|