Research 7 Interviews

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what is the most common method of qualitative data collection
interviews
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what is the main aim of an interview
disclosure
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define disclosure
making information known
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if you're unsure if you should conducts interviews or not what questions should you ask yourself
is your research question nomothetic or idiographic
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although can be both, interviews are more likely to be used for what type of research question
idiographic
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nomothetic investigation refers to what
the study of general laws
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therefore, what sample size is appropriate
large
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data collection and analysis will be what
qualitative
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where idiographic investigation refers to what
study of particular people/facts/processes
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therefore what sample size is appropriate
small
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data collection and analysis will be what
qualitative
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name the three types of interview design
structured, semi-structured and unstructured
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give the qualities of a structured questionnaire
identical set of questions
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give the qualities of a semi-structured questionnaire
identical basic themes and questions but prompts and follow ups allowed
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give the qualities of a unstructured questionnaire
general theme, but flexible on anything asked
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what is a con of unstructured interviews
less comparable across cases
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what style is most often used in psychology
semi-structured
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what 4 things do you need to do in the introduction
1. set agenda, give them the 2. time, 3. topic and 4. confidentiality information
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name 3 principles of an interview
funnelling, schedule wording and reflection
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what is funnelling
going from open to closed questions
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what is scheduled wording
consideration of the way responses, follow ups and prompts are worded and scheduled
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what is reflection
stating to the interviewee what you interpreted from their response, so they can check and maybe elaborate
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what are 3 tips for a good interview
act ignorant, ask for examples, use media
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what 4 things should you avoid
double-barrelled questions, double negative, assumption, jargon
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what helps you identify wording issues
piloting
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what gives you disclosure
rapport
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define rapport
an informal, conversation-like ambience
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what balance do you need to get right
giving space to elaborate but also helping control of agenda
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what skills are needed to get this
social skills
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specifically what two skills
recognising stray and keeping them on topic
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to code your interviews you may want to do what
record
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what 3 ways
notes, audio, video
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frued mentioned what about notes
it makes the interviewee feel uncomfortable
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before analysis what do you need to do
transcribe
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what type of transcription is necessary
verbatim
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you should not transcribe what
summary, a gloss or gist of an interview
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what is analysis of interviewing
coding
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define coding
selection or organisation of material
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what could you code
exact words or meanings, themes, non verbal communication
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what should help you decide what to code
your research question
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how much material goes into a code
it varies
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name the two types of interview analysis
thematic and discourse analysis
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how do you use interviews for quantitate analysis
large sample code and count
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give benefits of interviews
gives participant a voice, their own subjective concept and experience (humanity perspective), interviews opposite to questionnaires (low in reliability, high in validity) can be used other designs, allows exploration
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give negative of interviews
over reliance on self reports, no objective measure. time consuming. not standardized so hard to compare. interviewer effects, ignores interactional context
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