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Conducting Interviews Abroad: A Study on Gender and Land Rights in Vietnam

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By: Alexis R. Kennedy Published: 2019 | Product: SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2
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Interviews allow researchers to gain insight into the life and experiences of individuals they want to study. They help answer research questions using first person experiences and perceptions. Interviewing people requires ethical and logistical considerations. Working abroad in a foreign language adds complexity to the interview process. This case study describes the author’s experience interviewing women living in rural Vietnam. In addition, it shares lessons learned from the interview process and the author’s experiences traveling abroad.

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