Open-Ended Question

In: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods

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Open-ended questions, also called open, unstructured, or qualitative questions, refer to those questions for which the response patterns or answer categories are provided by the respondent, not the interviewer. This is in contrast to closed-ended or structured questions, for which ...

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