Telephone or face-to-face interviews?: a decision made on the basis of a pilot study.


De Vaus (1991) highlights five main considerations that may be key factors in decisions about whether to use telephone or face-to-face interviews for survey work: response rates, ability to produce representative samples, effects on interview schedule design, quality of responses and implementation problems. De Vaus' discussion of these five issues is… (More)


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