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Interviewing for Qualitative Inquiry A Relational Approach

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ISBN-10: 1462510000

ISBN-13: 9781462510009

Edition: 2013

Authors: Ruthellen Josselson

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List price: $30.00
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 3/29/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 206
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.660
Language: English

The Foundations of Interviewing as Qualitative Inquiry
Epistemological Grounding
Meaning and Interpretation: The Role of Stories
The Whole and the Part-and the Whole
Co-Construction of the Interview
Situating the Interview Conceptually
Introduction to the Research Relationship
Inception of the Relationship
The Relationship m the Mind
Recruitment
Volunteers
Networked Recruitment
The Challenge of Meeting, and the Dilemmas of Seeing and Being Seen
A Minute of Looking
The Dynamics of Observing
Preparing Yourself for the Interview
Entering the Research Relationship: Overview
Planning the Interview
The Interview's Design and Focus
The Questions: "Big Q," Recruitment, and "Little q,"
Launching the Interview with the Little q Question
The Other Questions
Length of Interview and Number of Interviews
Beginning the Interview
The Place and the Materials
Your Self-Presentation
The First Moments
The First Interaction
Formal Consent
Orienting the Participant to the Question
Listening/Responding Stances
Moving Together
The Empathic Attitude of Listening
Empathic Responsiveness
Empathic Questions
Empathy and the Big Q Question
Using Empathy to Follow the Story
Personal Reactions and the Empathic Attitude
Empathy and Identification
"Bumps in the Road" of Empathy
Interview Practice: All Empathy, No Questions
Round-Robin Interviewing
The Research Relationship, Part II: Ethics and Humanity
Ethics and Interpretations
Humanity
The Research Relationship in Progress
Difficult Moments
The Research Relationship and Psychotherapy
The Research Relationship from the Side of the Researcher
The Research Relationship and the IRB
The Research Relationship and the Ethics of the Research
Saying Goodbye
The Good Interview
Good Interview 1
Good Interview 2
Good Interview 3
Common Threads
Conducting and Reviewing a Pilot Interview
Learning from Baa and Difficult Interviews
Simple Interviewing Mistakes
Difficulty in Finding the Empathic Stance
Fearing the Interviewee's Pain
Letting One's Own Assumptions Get in the Way
Letting Previously Formed Images Get in the Way
The Difficult Interview
Difficult Interviewees
Dos and Don'ts of Interviewing
After the Interview
Transcription and Analysis
The Research Relationship after the Interview
Conclusion
Interview Aids
Relational Space Mapping
Responses to Pictures
Life Chapter Interview with or without a Timeline
Using Visual Representation and Technology as Interview Aids
Sample Additional Questions
Sample Informed Consent Form
References
Index
About the Author