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Pen-and-Paper Personal Interview(PAPI) method is the survey method where the respondents answers are recorded on paper by the interviewer.  
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Pen-and-Paper Personal Interview(PAPI) method is the survey method where the respondents answers are recorded on paper by the interviewer. While this method has been replaced by CAPI method of surveying for most surveys, PAPI method is still used during survey pilots and qualitative surveys.
 
 
 
  
 
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While this method has been replaced by CAPI method of surveying for most surveys, PAPI method is still used during survey pilots and qualitative surveys, and for primary data collection in certain limited contexts. 
  
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Revision as of 22:25, 16 October 2017

Pen-and-Paper Personal Interview(PAPI) method is the survey method where the respondents answers are recorded on paper by the interviewer.

Read First

While this method has been replaced by CAPI method of surveying for most surveys, PAPI method is still used during survey pilots and qualitative surveys, and for primary data collection in certain limited contexts.

Guidelines

Back to Parent

This article is part of the topic Preparing for Data Collection


Additional Resources

  • list here other articles related to this topic, with a brief description and link