Qualitative Research Interviewing: Biographic Narrative and Semi-Structured Methods
SAGE, 9 мая 2001 г. - Всего страниц: 424
`Wengraf provides a comprehensive theoretical and practical guide to the planning, conduct, and interpretative analysis of data by semi-structured interviewing methods. Forthright and frank in his comments about the limitations and practical implications of varying choices which investigators have to make in designing their research projects. Reading this text is like having a tough but expert and caring mentor who wants you to do the best research possible, but will not hesitate to tell you when your ideology and assumptions skew that possibility′ - Vincent W Hevern, Le Moyne College, USA
Unique in its conceptual coherence and the level of practical detail, this book provides a comprehensive resource for those concerned with the practice of semi-structured interviewing, the most commonly used interview approach in social research, and in particular for in-depth, biographic narrative interviewing. It covers the full range of practices from the identification of topics through to strategies for writing up research findings in diverse ways.
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... of Harold'sLived Life Figure 12.24 Some PossibleHaroldtold Stories around his Expanded BDA Figure 12.25 Possible toldStories onthe Basisofthe BDA Figure 12.26 Thematic FieldAnalysis – ThreeLevels Figure 12.27 TFA Questions, ...
... as such (e.g. Mason, 1996),on theone hand, to severely practical 'howto doit' books such as Spradley (1979) and Dillon (1990), on the other, was confusing since their implicit concepts andphilosophies were often quite discordant.
This text is concerned in particular to look at the difference between, on the one hand, narrative – and especially biographicnarrative – interviews withminimal interviewerstructuring and, ontheother, more classicalsemistructured depth ...
But inorderfor anything remotely like that tohappen, you need to focus onthe'down side' ofinterviewing. Dillon(1990) has usefully identifiedalarge number oftypes of social interviewsand interpersonal communicative encountersin our type ...
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1 Transcript Matrix Blank Figure 10 2 Numbering byPhysicalLine Units Figure 10 3 Numbering by Speaker Turn Units
From Relatively Mechanical Craft to a Craftbased Artistry
Developing andthenAdding up Answers to each Theoryquestion
5 Simple Model ofTopic andDARNETextsortChange Figure 12 6 TSSof Harold Fragment Figure 12 7 Cleaned upTSSof Janette Fragment
17 Harold 1 Hypotheses
20 Fragment of Working Record of BDA Session
3 Arbitrarily Large Set of TQs around a Topic
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5 Nine Topics inOrder Figure 6 6 Sequence ofNine TopicsPlus FourSubtopics Figure 6 7 SHEIOT Cross Trying toget to Narrative Figure 6 8 Tradeo...
9 BNIM in theCRQ Structure1 Figure 6 10 Project CRQand theUseof BNIM
8 GeneralityIQs through Particular
UPTOTHE INTERVIEW STRATEGIES FOR GETTING THERIGHT MATERIALS
THEORY AND PRACTICE 8 Before MakingContact and Startingthe FieldworkPhase ofthe
Invitations to Narrative
AFTER THE INTERVIEW STRATEGIES FOR WORKING
Resourcesfor Typification and GeneralModels Within Single
COMPARISON OF CASES FROM CONTINGENCIES OF CASES TO TYPES OF TYPOLOGIES
23 AModel ofthePhases of HaroldsLived Life Figure 12 24 Some PossibleHaroldtold Stories around his BDA Figure 12 25 Possible toldStories onthe...
WRITING UP STRATEGIES OF REPRESENTATION Introduction
WRITING UP STRATEGIES OF REPRESENTATION
Narrativeand Nonnarrative Figure 15 2 Spradley Levels and Spradley Columns
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