Essentials of Qualitative Interviewing

ISBN-10: 1598745956
ISBN-13: 9781598745955
Edition: 2011
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Book details

List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 6/15/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 112
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

Karin Olson is a Professor in the Faculty of Nursing and a Distinguished Scholar in the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. Her research is focused on symptom experience in advanced cancer. She is especially interested in documenting links between behavioral and physiological processes associated with symptom experience and in developing methodological approaches for showing the social construction of symptom experience.

Foreword
Preface
A Matter of Standpoint
The Researcher's Standpoint: Who Are You?
Standpoint and Research Design
Emic and/or Etic Perspective
Ontology and Epistemology
Ontology
Epistemology
Ontology, Epistemology, and Design
Reflexivity
Poem: Stolen Time
Summary
Exercises
Talking about Experience
Demographic Factors Related to Data Quality
Preparation of Interviewers for Interviewing
Deciding Whom to Interview
Locating Experienced, Articulate Participants
Understanding Limits on the Ability to Talk about Experience
Nuanced Experience
Interviewing Individuals from Vulnerable Populations
Interviewing Children
Interviewing Older Adults
Interviewing III Individuals
Use of Shadowed Data
Summary
Exercises
Approaches to Data Generation
Interviews in the Context of Research
Formal Interviews with Individuals
Structured Interviews
Interviews for the Early Phases of Qualitative Studies
Unstructured Interviews
Guided Interviews
Semistructured Interviews for the Later Phases of Qualitative Studies
Formal Interviews with Groups
Focus Groups
Family Interviews
Informal Interviews
Generating Data in Early Interviews
Generating Data in Follow-Up Interviews
Data Generation and Design
Summary
Exercises
The Logistics of Interviewing
Modes of Interviewing
Need for Nonverbal Data
Need for Contextual Data
Sensitivity of the Topic
Access to Participants
Safety
Practical Issues Associated with the Interview Process
Setting the Stage for the Interview
Note Taking during the Interview
Pace of the Interview
Managing Interviews about Sensitive Topics
Language
Silence
Concluding the Interview
Field Notes and Interviews
Debriefing Following Interviews
Debriefing with Participants
Debriefing within the Research Team
Concluding the Interview Relationship
Summary
Exercises
Transforming, Managing, and Analyzing Interview Data
Recording the Interview
Transcribing the Interview
Managing Interview Data
Analyzing Interview Data
Summary
Exercises
Ethical Issues in Interviewing
Research Vulnerability
Vulnerability, Recruitment, and Consent
Recruitment
Consent
Ongoing consent
Anonymity
Confidentiality
Protection from Exploitation
Ethical Issues Related to the Use of Interview Data for Secondary Analysis and Teaching
Ethical Issues Related to Boundaries
Exercises
Interviewing and Qualitative Research
The Research Relationship
The Research Relationship and the Interview Process
The Importance of Practice
Appendix: Extracts from Hypothetical Interviews
Extract from Hypothetical Unstructured Interview
Extract from Hypothetical Guided Interview
Excerpt from Hypothetical Semistructured Interview
Excerpt from Hypothetical Focus Group Interview
References
Index
About the Author

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