Chapter 8 Reading Notes

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Chapter 8 Reading Notes: Principles of Interviewing 1. The Opening a. Useful for addressing credibility, orientation, and motivation 2. The Body a. Directive interview—the interviewer controls the purpose, structure, and pacing i. Nonscheduled—lists potential topics and subtopics ii. Moderately scheduled—includes all major questions and possible probe questions iii. Highly scheduled—includes exact wording of all questions being asked iv. Highly scheduled, standardized—includes all questions and all answer options b. Nondirective interview—the interview cedes control of the purpose, structure, and pacing of the interview to the interviewee 3. The Closing a. Offer to answer questions b. Use a clearing-house question c. Declare the purpose or task completed (“well”) d. Make personal inquiries e. Signal that time is up f. Explain the reason for the close g. Express appreciation or satisfaction h. Exhibit concern i. Plan for the next meeting j. Summarize the interview 4. Question Meaning a. 3 important characteristics: the question’s meaning, form, and
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