A Telephonic Interview or Survey is an efficient data collection method, wherein the interviewer conducts an interview via telephone, and responses are collected either through pre-coded options or by providing verbatim answers. This methodology is popularly known as Computer-Aided Telephone Interview (CATI)
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An intercept interview is a method of conducting on-site interviews with consumers or respondents who are approached in crowded areas, such as grocery stores and shopping malls.
The trained interviewers are positioned in or near the business that is sponsoring the research. They select the entry or exit points and administer a short screener to check whether the respondent qualifies for the research or not. If the respondents qualify, the interviewer conducts a full survey at that location.
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