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Questionnaires consist of written questions. When administered by an interviewer, a questionnaire becomes a structured interview. This allows clarification of questions but introduces the possibility of interviewer bias. Postal questionnaires avoid interviewer bias but have low response rates. Telephone questionnaires tend to result in unrepresentative samples and


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