Using pencil and paper, Internet and touch-tone phones for self-administered surveys: does methodology matter?

@article{Knapp2003UsingPA,
  title={Using pencil and paper, Internet and touch-tone phones for self-administered surveys: does methodology matter?},
  author={Herschel Knapp and Stuart A. Kirk},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2003},
  volume={19},
  pages={117-134}
}
Abstract To compare responses to personally sensitive questions, 352 undergraduates were randomly assigned to respond anonymously to a survey using one of three survey methods: pencil and paper mail-in, Internet survey, or an automated touch-tone telephone response system. The survey contained 68 brief Yes/No questions ranging from low to high sensitivity in 13 domains, such as general honesty, academic honesty, prejudice, illegal behavior, alcohol use, substance use, violence, and sexual… CONTINUE READING
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