Is There a Trade-off Between Quality and Cost? Telephone Versus Face-to-Face Interviewing of Persons with Disabilities
AbstractThis working paper suggests that mode of interview has a modest impact on data quality for people with disabilities. It offers survey design steps that can minimize mode effects and maximize data quality.
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Quality; Cost; Telephone Interviewing; Face-to-Face; Persons with Disabilities;
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