Unobtrusive Measures

Unobtrusive measures (also known as unobtrusive research) is a research method of data collection that does not involve direct contact with the research participants. This differs from direct measures like surveys, interviews, and questionnaires that involve interaction with the participants. Structured observation is an example of an unobtrusive measure - there is no direct interaction with the participants, only observation from a distance.

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