QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH – CASI
Definition, process and results
CASI is an electronic survey displayed on a computer screen, which is filled out by the respondent himself, and the answers are automatically recorded by a computer program that simultaneously controls the correct completion of the survey.
This method is often used in representative surveys, where we combine CAWI (here, too, the respondent fills out the questionnaire himself) precisely with a questionnaire self-completed at the respondent’s home, in order to obtain a fully representative sample and survey less online groups.
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