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Standardized Survey Interviewing
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Standardized Survey Interviewing
Minimizing Interviewer-Related Error



January 1990 | 152 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
A practical guide to producing standardized, and reliable, interviews, this volume represents a blending of social science theories of interviewing dynamics, the authors' own extensive research on interview-related error and research evidence from other prominent methodologists.
 
What is a Standardized Survey Interview?
 
What is Interviewer-related Error?
 
Standardized Interviewing Techniques
 
Establishing the Context for the Standardized Interview
 
The Role of Question Design in the Standardized Interview
 
Interviewer Selection and Interviewer-Related Error
 
Training Interviewers
 
Interviewer Supervision
 
How to Reduce Interviewer-Related Error in Surveys

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