The use of the telephone interview for research

@inproceedings{Carr2001TheUO,
  title={The use of the telephone interview for research},
  author={Eloise C.J. Carr and Allison Worth},
  year={2001}
}
The increasing popularity of the telephone interview as a research method may be a reflection of broader social change and technological advances, with increased use and acceptability of telecommunications to support healthcare and service industries in general. Despite its widespread use there are few definitions of the term. Studies which directly compare telephone and face-to-face interviewing tend to conclude that telephone interviewing produces data which are at least comparable in quality… CONTINUE READING

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