Karin Olson's brief, accessible guide to the principles and
practices of qualitative interviewing is a welcome addition for
students and novice practitioners in a wide array of fields.
Interview is the most common method for gaining information in the
social realm, so there are a bewildering array of techniques and
strategies for conducting them. Olson outlines the various
options-from formal to highly unstructured, individual and
group-and shows how and when to use each. She takes the researcher
through the interview process, from design to report, and addresses
key issues such as researcher standpoint, vulnerable populations,
translation, and research ethics. Exercises, examples, and tables
offer a convenient set of tools for understanding. This slim guide
is a key resource for any research methods course.
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