Computer Assisted Occupation Coding

@inproceedings{Bushnell1999ComputerAO,
  title={Computer Assisted Occupation Coding},
  author={Diane Bushnell},
  year={1999}
}
Many papers have been written describing the advantages of using computer assisted personal interviewing (CAPI) compared to paper and pencil interviewing (PAPI). However, the potential of CAPI has not yet been exploited fully for the process of coding open-ended responses. Traditional methods are still widely used, i.e. the response is entered verbatim into the computer and coded manually later, either by the interviewer at home or by specialised coders back in the office. 

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