Introduction to In-depth Interviewing October 3, 2012. Want detailed information about thoughts, behaviors, interactions, sense-making, and examples of discourse. Want more vivid, detailed ‘picture’ than other forms of data can provide. Can ‘contextualize’ other types of data.
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October 3, 2012
Initially need to consider: interactions, sense-making, and examples of discourse.
Direct Probes: specific information after an open-ended question.
Neutral ‘encouraging’ comments and listening cues: specific information after an open-ended question.