[CITASA] Paper vs Electronic Surveys

S.Livingstone at lse.ac.uk S.Livingstone at lse.ac.uk
Tue Jun 10 12:26:21 EDT 2014

Hi - in the EU Kids Online survey, it just so happened that some countries used CAPI and some used PAPI so we compared how the kids responded in our technical guide to the data here http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/45270/

Best, Sonia

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Hi all,

A colleague and I wondered what, if anything, the literature says about accuracy of online vs. paper and pencil surveys. There's a lot available about response rates, but does medium affect how honest people are in their responses?

Will happily share with the list.


Jenny L. Davis
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James Madison University
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