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Social Approach
Social psychology is the study of how our behaviour is influenced by the presence, attitudes and
actions of others.
Social psychologists investigate such things as the effect of culture on our behaviour; what
happens when we join groups; why we help others (or why we don't); the origins…

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· Theoretical ­ Reliability/Validity/Subjectivity

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Types of interview
· Structured ­ Pre-set order of questions.
· Semi-Structured ­ There is a schedule of questions that should be answered but the
researcher has freedom to follow up on some responses.
· Unstructured ­ Answers are open and the structure is flexible.
Unstructured Interview (Most commonly used)…

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Social Approach
Social psychology is the study of how our behaviour is influenced by the presence, attitudes and
actions of others.
Social psychologists investigate such things as the effect of culture on our behaviour; what
happens when we join groups; why we help others (or why we don't); the origins…

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· Theoretical ­ Reliability/Validity/Subjectivity

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Types of interview
· Structured ­ Pre-set order of questions.
· Semi-Structured ­ There is a schedule of questions that should be answered but the
researcher has freedom to follow up on some responses.
· Unstructured ­ Answers are open and the structure is flexible.
Unstructured Interview (Most commonly used)…

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