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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... to 'Active' Interviewing 73 74 74 74 77 95 106 109 111 111 111 112 113 114 118 119 121 137 138 142 144 145 145 146 148 149 152 153 Listening and Genres ofInterviewing Experience Receptive and Assertive Practices Formulating CONTENTS.
Listening and Genres ofInterviewing Experience Receptive and Assertive Practices Formulating IQs and other lIs for TQs and CRQ - General Logic General Orientation for the Development of Interviewer Questions and other Interventions The ...
Figure 5.5 Example of a Conceptual Framework: Effects of University Experience on Students Figure 5.6 Indefinite Number of 'Sophisticated' TQs Figure 5.7 Research Questions are Called Theory-questions Because Figure 5.8 CRQ—TQ General ...
Some people react badly to acronyms and special scientific terms, which they experience as unnecessary jargon; but special terms are inherent to any relatively developed craft, and I find that, provided that they are properly introduced ...
In order to have survived their innumerable critics for so long (see, for example, Layder, 1998) each model must correspond to some real experience of researchers. I would argue that both are appropriate as descriptions of what ...
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UP TO THE INTE RVIEW STRATEGIES FOR GETTING THE RIGHT MATERIALS
5 Preparing for any Interviewing Sequence
A Design for a BNIMType BiographicNarrative Interview
7 Preparing Moderately or Heavily Structured Interviews
Answers to TQs
COMPARISON OF CASES FROM CONT INGENCIES OF CASES TO TYPES OF TYPOLOGIES
13 Resources for Typification and GeneralModels Within Single Case Research
14 Types of Typologies
WRITING UP STRATEGIES OF REPRESENTATION
15 Conceptual Frameworks for Studying and Representing
Theorizing and Narrating in Presentation Strategies
Suggestions by way of a Conclusion
AROUND THE INTERVIEW CONTACT MANAGEMENT THEORY AND PRACTICE
8 Before Making Contact and Starting the Fieldwork Phase of the Research Process
9 The Session
AFTER THE INTERVIEW STRATEGIES FOR WORKING THE MATERIALS
10 Copying Indexing and Transcribing
Answers to TQs
Ruthrofs Typology of Told StoryPresentedWorld Positions
Critical LinguisticsSemiotics Model
Informal Paralinguistics A More Elaborate Example