Using MP3 Players in Surveys The Impact of a Low-Tech Self-Administration Mode on Reporting of Sensitive Attitudes

@inproceedings{Chauchard2013UsingMP,
  title={Using MP3 Players in Surveys The Impact of a Low-Tech Self-Administration Mode on Reporting of Sensitive Attitudes},
  author={Simon Chauchard},
  year={2013}
}
This article introduces an inexpensive, low-tech audio-Selfadministered Questionnaire that uses a basic mp3 player (mp3/aSaQ) and compares its performance in collecting data about sensitive attitudes with a number of alternatives, including a face-to-face survey. The paper compares five administration procedures in an experiment conducted in a survey on sensitive caste-related attitudes in rural India. respondents in the mp3/aSaQ group listened to a prerecorded instrument that presented them… CONTINUE READING

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