The Sage handbook of interview research : the complexity of the craft /Publication details: Thousand Oaks : SAGE, .Edition: 2nd edDescription: x, 613 pages : illustrations ; 29 cmISBN:
- Handbook of interview research
- Handbook of interview research.
- H61.28 .H36 2012
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"Rev. ed. of: Handbook of interview research : context & method / editors, Jaber F. Gubrium, James A. Holstein. c2002"--Title page verso.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
pt. I. Interviewing in Context. -- The history of the interview / Jennifer Platt -- Narrative practice and the transformation of interview subjectivity / Jaber F. Gubrium and James A. Holstein -- Postmodern trends : expanding the horizons of interviewing practices and epistemologies / Michael Ian Borer and Andrea Fontana -- The pedagogy of interviewing / Kathryn Roulston -- pt. II. Methods of interviewing. -- Survey Interviewing / Royce A. Singleton Jr. and Bruce C. Straits -- The interpersonal dynamics of in-depth interviewing / John M. Johnson and Timothy Rowlands -- The life story interview as a mutually equitable relationship / Robert Atkinson -- Interviewing as social interaction / Carol A.B. Warren -- Autoethnography as feminist self-interview / Sara L. Crawley -- Focus groups and social interaction / David L. Morgan -- Internet Interviewing / Nalita James and Hugh Busher -- The implications of interview type and structure in mixed-method designs / Janice M. Morse -- pt. III. Logistics of interviewing. -- Interview location and its social meaning / Hanna Herzog -- The value of interviewing on multiple occasions or longitudinally / Anne Grinyer and Carol Thomas -- The interview question / Jinjun Wang and Ying Yan -- Interview and sampling : how many and whom / Ben K. Beitin -- Culture work in the research interview / Shannon K. Carter and Christian L. Bolden -- After the interview : what is left at the end / Christopher A. Faircloth -- pt. IV. Self and other in the Interview. -- Managing the interviewer self / Annika Lillrank -- Listening to, and for, the research interview / John B. Talmage -- Constructing the respondent / Lara J. Foley -- Five lenses for the reflexive interviewer / Linda Finlay -- Stigma and the interview encounter / Kay E. Cook -- pt. V. Analytic strategies. -- Qualitative interviewing and grounded theory analysis / Kathy Charmaz and Linda Liska Belgrave -- Analysis of personal narratives / Catherine Kohler Riessman -- Investigating ruling relations : dynamics of interviewing in institutional ethnography / Marjorie L. DeVault and Liza McCoy -- Interviews as discourse data / Pirjo Nikander -- Using Q methodology in qualitative interviews / David Shemmings and Ingunn T. Ellingsen -- Using software to analyze qualitative interviews / Clive Seale and Carol Rivas -- pt. VI. Ethics of the interview. -- Informed consent / Marco Marzano -- Protecting confidentiality / Karen Kaiser -- Protecting participants' confidentiality using a situated research ethics approach / Kristin Heggen and Marilys Guillemin -- Assessing the risk of being interviewed / Anne Ryen -- Toward conciliation : institutional review board practices and qualitative interview research / Michelle Miller-Day -- Part VII. Critical Reflections. -- Stories about getting stories : interactional dimensions in folk and personal narrative research / Kirin Narayan and Kenneth M. George -- Interview as embodied communication / Laura L. Ellingson -- The (extra) ordinary practices of qualitative interviewing / Tim Rapley -- Eight challenges for interview researchers / Jonathan Potter and Alexa Hepburn.
"The second edition of this landmark volume emphasizes the dynamic, interactional, and reflexive dimensions of the research interview. Contributors highlight the myriad dimensions of complexity that are emerging as researchers increasingly frame the interview as a communicative opportunity as much as a data-gathering format. The book begins with an overview of the history and conceptual transformations of the interview, which is followed by chapters that discuss the main components of interview practice. Taken together, the contributions to the handbook encourage readers to simultaneously learn the frameworks and technologies of interviewing and reflect on the epistemological foundations of the interview craft.