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Title: In-depth Interviewing Skills for Qualitative Research
Contributor(s): St John, Winsome (author); Minichiello, Victor (author)
Publication Date: 2006
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Abstract: This workshop will assist development of in-depth interviewing knowledge, skills and strategies. In-depth interviews are one of the most common data collection approaches used for qualitative research. While generating quality data is fundamental to research excellence, at times scant attention is paid to methodological issues, skill development and ensuring rigour. Obtaining rich, credible and valid interview data requires careful planning related to ethical issues, organisation, strategies and techniques. Researchers also need to practice and reflect on the conduct of interviews to continue to develop interviewing skills. In this workshop the participant will: • Review and discuss in-depth interview approaches, questioning techniques and skills • Explore methodological, ethical and practical issues related to in-depth interviewing • Examine examples and develop approaches to in-depth interviewing • Examine the methodological contexts of using qualitative in-depth interviews as a method of data collection
Publication Type: Conference Publication
Conference Name: 7th Advances in Qualitative Methods International Conference, Surfers Paradise, Australia, 13th - 16th July, 2006
Source of Publication: International Journal of Qualitative Methods: Posters presented at the 7th Advances in Qualitative Methods International Conference, 5(3), p. 58-58
Publisher: University of Alberta
Place of Publication: online
ISSN: 1609-4069
Field of Research (FOR): 111799 Public Health and Health Services not elsewhere classified
HERDC Category Description: E3 Extract of Scholarly Conference Publication
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