What Is A Questionnaire In Research?

What Is A Questionnaire In Research?

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  1. A questionnaire also called a schedule, interview form or a measuring instrument, is a formalized set of questions for obtaining information from respondents.
    A questionnaire has three specific objectives.
    1. It should contain set of specific questions that respondents can and will answer. The information needed should be translated into questions for the questionnaire. Two different ways of posing questions may yield different answers.
    2. The questionnaire should be designed in such a way that it encourages, motivates and uplifts the respondent to complete the interview. While designing questionnaire the researcher should strive to minimize respondent fatigue, boredom, etc.
    3. A questionnaire should minimize response error.

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