Surveys by telephone: a national comparison with personal interviews
Measuring populations in person and on the telephone; Sample designs for personal and telephone interview surveys; Administration of the surveys; Response differences between the two modes of data collection; Method effects associated with specific types of measures; Measurable sources of error in the survey data; Sampling and data collection costs for the surveys; Summary and speculation.
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Sample Designs for Personal and Telephone
Administration of the Surveys
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