Identification data

This section is usually completed by the interviewer, and identifies one particular interview. It usually contains the name and address of the respondent, perhaps the date, time, length and place of interview, and the name of the interviewer. An example is shown in Figure 8.1. This data is required in case any checkback is needed, either to ensure that the interview took place, or if questions are missed out or completed incorrectly. Usually, these questions are asked right at the end of a personal interview, when sufficient rapport exists between interviewer and respondent for assurance that replies will be treated in confidence, even though a name is being requested.

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