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The Survey Response Process in Telephone and Face-to-Face Surveys : Differences in Respondent Satisficing and Social Desirability Response Bias

@inproceedings{Green2001TheSR,
  title={The Survey Response Process in Telephone and Face-to-Face Surveys : Differences in Respondent Satisficing and Social Desirability Response Bias},
  author={Melanie C. Green},
  year={2001}
}
In recent decades, survey research throughout the world has shifted from emphasizing in-person interviewing of block-listed samples to random digit dialing samples interviewed by telephone. In this paper, we propose three hypotheses about how this shift may bring with it changes in the psychology of the survey response, involving survey satisficing, enhanced social desirability response bias, and compromised sample representativeness among the most socially vulnerable segments of populations… Expand
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