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Supervisory monitoring is an essential part of the research process. In order to ensure the proper execution and conduct of interviews, a certain percentage of interviews in all studies are subject to validation and quality control. Researchers also monitor and record for training purposes and to determine that both interviewers and respondents understand the questions being asked.
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Although existing regulations on caller identification (caller ID) at the state and federal level apply primarily to telemarketers, or to intent involving fraud or other criminal activity, policymakers are considering legislation prohibiting various deceptive caller ID practices and there are existing state laws that prohibit the intent to falsify or misrepresent caller ID information. This could impact researchers that intentionally block or alter their caller identification information.
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Legislation that would have restricted telephone survey research by or for a Missouri state government agency has been defeated.
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Missouri is considering legislation that would restrict telephone survey research by or for a state government agency.
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My client wants a study of Hong Kong residents. Can I e-mail potential participants?
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