Interviewing is the most common way of collecting data in action research and is used in both quantitative survey research and qualitative inquiry. If action research involves observation, analysis and then doing, interviews are central to the first two steps. This short overview focuses on qualitative interviews in particular, outlining their history, their various forms and ...

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