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Interviewing (SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods)

Editat de Nigel G. Fielding
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Interviewing has strong claims to be the `queen' of research methods. It is used throughout the social sciences and is a core method. The ubiquity of this basic activity means that it should be no surprise that interviewing takes many forms and poses many challenges. These have been the subject of one of the most developed bodies of methodological literature having ramifications throughout the social sciences. Commentaries on interviewing began to emerge at the very birth of the social and behavioural sciences in the 19th century. There are now hundreds of articles on the subject.
The aim of this collection is to bring together all of the key articles on interviewing which have been published in professional journals. It addresses the philosophy of interview methods and its epistemological foundations; the ethics of interview research; and the criteria for assessing interview based research. It covers both interviewing in quantitative research, such as the survey method, and qualitative research in all its many forms. The collection explores the principal types of interview (standardized, semi-standardized and non-standardized), and the different modes of interviewing (for example, telephone interviewing, life history interviews and focus groups).
There is a section on formulating interview questions, a section on the practicalities of recording, transcribing and managing interview data, and several sections addressing power relations, the role of gender, interviewing on sensitive topics and interviewing special respondents such as elites, children and the vulnerable.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780761973393
ISBN-10: 0761973397
Pagini: 1504
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 108 mm
Greutate: 0.00 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Cuprins

VOLUME ONE
PART ONE: EPISTEMOLOGICAL AND DISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES ON THE INTERVIEW
Of Sociology and the Interview - M Benney and E C Hughes
Interviewing for Organizational Research - W Whyte
Merton and Methodology - A B Sorensen
Finding the Common Denominator - G Frank
A Phenomenological Critique of Life History Method
Biography and the Social Sciences - F Ferrarotti
PART TWO: VARIETIES OF RESEARCH INTERVIEWS: TYPES AND MODES
Methods of Interviewing - E Bogardus
The Controversy over Detailed Interviews - P Lazarsfeld
An Offer for Negotiation
Understanding the Standardized/Non-Standardized Interviewing Controversy - P Beatty
Does Conversational Interviewing Reduce Survey Measurement Error? - M Schober and F Conrad
Theorizing the Interview - R Pawson
Dimensions of the Depth Interview - R Gorden
Artifacts Are in the Mind of the Beholder - H Schuman
Interactional Troubles in Face-to-Face Survey Interviews - L Suchman and B Jordan
The Focused Interview - R Merton and P Kendall
The Focused Interview and Focus Groups - R K Merton
Continuities and Discontinuities
The Group Interview - E Bogardus
Studying Intergroup Relations Embedded in Organizations - C Alderfer and K Smith
Focus Groups - D L Morgan
The Methodology of Focus Groups - J Kitzinger
The Importance of Interaction between Research Participants
Focus Groups and Ethnography - M Agar and J MacDonald
Enhancement of Eyewitness Memory with the Cognitive Interview - R Geiselman et al
Topical Summaries of Current Literature - R Cavan
Interviewing for Life History Material
Doing Life Histories - A Faraday and K Plummer
Social Genealogies Commented On and Compared - D Bertaux
An Instrument for Observing Social Mobility Processes in the <i>Longue Dur[ac]ee
Eliciting Narrative through the In-Depth Interview - W Hollway and T Jefferson
Telephone Interviews in Social Research - C Ibsen and J Ballweg
Some Methodological Considerations
The Effect of Computer-Assisted Interviewing on Data Quality - E D de Leeuw, J J Hox and G Snijkers
A Review
E-Mail - C Murray and J Sixsmith
A Qualitative Research Medium for Interviewing?
Feminist Perspectives on Empowering Research Methodologies - P Lather
A Feminist, Qualitative Methodology - A S Kasper
A Study of Women with Breast Cancer
VOLUME TWO
PART THREE: DESIGNING INTERVIEW-BASED RESEARCH
Informed Consent and Survey Response - E Singer
A Summary of the Empirical Literature
Interviewing Undocumented Immigrants - W Cornelius
Methodological Reflections Based on Field Work in Mexico and the United States
Reducing Response Error in Surveys - S Sudman
The Open and Closed Question - H Schuman and S Presser
A Decade of Questions - N C Schaeffer
Acquiescence and Recency Response-Order Effects in Interview Surveys - M J McClendon
Strong Arguments and Weak Evidence - J Converse
The Open/Closed Questioning Controversy of the 1940s
How to Ask Questions about Drinking and Sex - E Blair et al
Response Effects in Measuring Consumer Behavior
The Reliability of Recall Data - S Dex
A Literature Review
The Vignette Technique in Survey Research - J Finch
Tape-Recorded Interviews in Social Research - R Bucher, C Fritz and E Quarantelis
Representing Discourse - E Mishler
The Discourse of Transcription
PART FOUR: CONDUCTING INTERVIEW-BASED RESEARCH
A Note on Interviewing Tactics - H Becker
A Research Note on Experimentation in Interviewing - A Rose
Probing - W Foddy
A Dangerous Practice in Social Surveys?
The Unco-Operative Interviewee - L Sigelmann
Collaborative Interviewing and Interactive Research - B Laslett and R Rapoport
The Life Study - T Cottle
On Mutual Recognition and the Subjective Inquiry
Methodology and Research Notes - E J Lawless
Women's Life Stories and Reciprocal Ethnography as Feminist and Emergent
Interviewing Style and Respondent Behavior - W Dijkstra
An Experimental Study of the Survey-Interview
Questions for the Ethnographer - C Briggs
A Critical Examination of the Role of the Interview in Fieldwork
VOLUME THREE
PART FIVE: FIELD RELATIONS IN INTERVIEW-BASED RESEARCH
White-Knuckle Research - K Blee
Emotional Dynamics in Fieldwork with Racist Activists
Data Collection in Dangerous Neighborhoods - V Gwiasda, N Taluc and S Popkin
Lessons from a Survey of Public Housing Residents in Chicago
Hired-Hand Research - J Roth
Respondents' Intrusion upon the Situation - J Skipper and C McCaghy
The Problem of Interviewing Subjects with Special Qualities
Talking and Listening from Womens' Standpoint - M Devault
Feminist Strategies for Interviewing and Analysis
Interviewing Women - P Cotterill
Issues of Friendship, Vulnerability and Power
Self-Deception and Self-Discovery in Fieldwork - A Daniels
PART SIX: INTERVIEWERS: CHARACTERISTICS AND QUALITIES
When Gender Is Not Enough - C Kohler Riessman
Women Interviewing Women
Analysis of the Interviewer's Behaviour - B Dohrenwend and S Richardson
The Cheater Problem in Polling - L Crespi
The Observers Observed - J Peneff
French Survey Researchers at Work
Interviewing an Ultra-Elite - H Zuckerman
Surely You're Not in This Just to Be Helpful - S Ostrander
Access, Rapport and Interviewing in Three Studies of Elites
Interviewing Homosexuals - M Leznoff
On Reaching Out-of-School, Hard-to-Reach Youth - E Luchterhand and L Weller
Notes on Data-Gathering
The Use of Depth Interviewing with Vulnerable Subjects - T Booth and W Booth
Lessons from a Research Study of Parents with Learning Difficulties
Age and Sex in the Interview - M Benney, D Riesman and S Star
The Effect of Interviewer's Gender on the Interviewing Process - M Padfield and I Proctor
A Comparative Inquiry
The Effects of Black and White Interviewers on Black Responses - H Schuman and J Converse
Interviewer Variability - M Collins
A Review of the Problem
VOLUME FOUR
PART SEVEN: ANALYSING INTERVIEW DATA
Grounded Theory Method - J Corbin and A Strauss
Procedures, Canons and Evaluative Criteria
Interpreting Discourse - M Agar and J Hobbs
Coherence and the Analysis of Ethnographic Interviews
Doing Data - S Hester and D Francis
The Local Organization of a Sociological Interview
The Spoken and the Unspoken - C J Thompson, H R Pollio and W B Locander
A Hermeneutic Approach to Understanding the Cultural Viewpoints That Underlie Consumers' Expressed Meanings
Ghostwriting Research - C Rhodes
Positioning the Researcher in the Interview Text
Asking Questions (and Listening to Answers) - I Deutscher
The Sociological Significance of Ambivalence - K Wegar
An Example from Adoption Research
Problems of Editing `First-Person' Sociology - B Blauner
The 1,000-Page Question - S Kvale
The Informant in Quantitative Research - D Campbell
Participant Observation and Interviewing - H Becker and B Geer
A Comparison
PART EIGHT: BIAS, CROSS-CULTURAL INTERVIEWING AND THE SOCIAL DESIRABILITY PHENOMENON, AND VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY
Contagious Bias in the Interview - S Rice
A Methodological Note
Multilingual Interviewing in Israel - H Blanc
The Worst Place and the Best Face - C E Ross and J Mirowsky
An Investigation of Interview Method, Threat and Response Distortion - W Locander, S Sudman and N Bradburn
How Do You Know if the Informant Is Telling the Truth? - J P Dean and W Whyte
The Reliability and Validity of Interview Data from 59 Narcotic Drug Addicts - J C Ball
Coding Reliability and Validity of Interview Data - K Crittenden and R Hill
Interviews, Surveys and the Problem of Ecological Validity - A V Cicourel
The Place of Inter-Rater Reliability in Qualitative Research - D Armstrong et al
An Empirical Study