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Interactive Focus Groups

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Edited by: Lisa M. Given Published: 2008
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Interactive focus groups, a variation on traditional focus groups, are characterized by a resistance to one facilitator or leader, collaboration in forming research questions, multiple voices, flexibility of conversation and direction, and collaborative writing and ...

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