Inside Interviewing highlights the fluctuating and diverse moral worlds put into place during interview research when gender, race, culture, the age of respondents and other subject positions are brought narratively to the foreground. It explores the 'facts', thoughts, feelings and perspectives of respondents and how this impacts on the research process. It will provide readers with insights to selecting the appropriate analytic strategy for explicating data that emerges from related activities in the interview process.

In-Person Versus Telephone Interviewing

In-Person Versus Telephone Interviewing

In the process of gathering data, social science researchers expend considerable time and effort that can make inperson interviewing impractical. Doing fieldwork—interviewing, observing, carrying out surveys and other kinds of data gathering—is often the most difficult and time-consuming part of the research ...

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