|aInterviewing as qualitative research :|ba guide for researchers in education and the social sciences /|cby Irving Seidman.
|aNew York :|bTeachers College Press,|cc2013.
|axiv, 178 p. ;|c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 156-168) and index.
|aWhy interview? -- A structure for in-depth, phenomenological interviewing -- Proposing research : from mind to paper to action -- Establishing access to, making contact with, and selecting participants -- The path to institutional review boards and informed consent -- Technique isn't everything, but it is a lot -- Interviewing as a relationship -- Analyzing, interpreting, and sharing interview material -- The ethics of doing good work.
|aNow in its fourth edition, this popular book provides clear, step-by-step guidance for new and experienced interviewers to develop, shape, and reflect on interviewing as a qualitative research process. Using concrete examples of interviewing techniques to illustrate the issues under discussion, this classic text helps readers understand the complexities of interviewing and its connections to broader issues of qualitative research. The text includes principles and methods that can be adapted to a range of interviewing approaches. Appropriate for individual and classroom use, the new edition has been completely updated and expanded to include important new material on ethical issues, long-distance interviewing, computer-assisted data analysis, and more.