|aInterviewing for qualitative inquiry :|ba relational approach /|cRuthellen Josselson.
|aNew York :|bGuilford Press,|cc2013.
|aNew York :|bGuilford Press,|c
|axvii, 206 pages :|billustrations ;|c23 cm
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aThe foundations of interviewing as qualitative inquiry -- Introduction to the research relationship -- Planning the interview -- Beginning the interview -- The empathic attitude of listening -- The research relationship, part ii: ethics and humanity -- The good interview -- Learning from bad and difficult interviews -- Dos and don'ts of interviewing -- After the interview -- Conclusion -- Appendix A. Interview aids -- Appendix B. Sample additional questions -- Appendix C. Sample informed consent form.
內容簡介top Interviewing for Qualitative Inquiry 簡介 Engagingly written, this book builds the reader's skills for conducting in-depth interviews designed to address a particular research question. With an emphasis on the dynamics of the research relationship, Ruthellen Josselson artfully demonstrates the steps of a successful interview. Each step is illustrated with excerpts from interviews on diverse topics. The book describes how to structure interviews effectively, develop questions that elicit meaningful narratives, cultivate skills for empathic listening and responding, avoid common pitfalls, and deal with problems that develop in an interview.Pedagogical features include:*Practice exercises adapted from Josselson's popular workshops.*Annotated examples of "good" and "bad" interviews.*A chapter on interviewing dos and don'ts.*Appendices with interview aids, sample follow-up questions, and a sample consent form.