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    [Herwig Rieter Defines Problem Centered Interviews]

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    HERWIG REITER: Problem-centered interviewis a dialogic, [Herwig Reiter, Ph.D., Senior Researcher,German Youth Institute] discursive approachof qualitative interviewing that collects and reconstructsknowledge in the perspective of the respondentabout certain problems, issues, problems,however you call them.It is dialogic, because you are actuallyinvolved in a very active communication and conversation

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    HERWIG REITER [continued]: with the person.It's discursive, because you clarifymeaning, also against your own interpretations.It's reconstructive, because you tryto establish the meaning of a person's meaning.So you're on the second level of reconstructing meaning.And the problem is something that is relevant,

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    HERWIG REITER [continued]: both for you as a researcher and the person in the person'severyday life.

Video Info

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd.

Publication Year: 2017

Video Type:Definition

Methods: Qualitative interviewing, Qualitative data collection

Keywords: knowledge creation

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Abstract

Herwig Reiter defines problem-centered interviews as an approach to interviewing focused on seeing problems and information from the respondent's perspective.

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Herwig Reiter Defines Problem-Centered Interviews

Herwig Reiter defines problem-centered interviews as an approach to interviewing focused on seeing problems and information from the respondent's perspective.

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