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Sociology 105: Writing an Interview Guide Esterberg discusses interview guides at length (pages 94-100). Using her insights, start developing an interview guide for your own interviews. Start by considering who you will interview, after all, you want your questions to be appropriate for your interviewees. Then, brainstorm some general topics you would like to learn about in the interviews. After you have
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Unformatted text preview: several general topics (5-6), try to come up with some more specific (but still open-ended) questions that address each topic. Think about the order in which you want to address these topics and questions, dont be too rigid. Be prepared to ask your questions out of order and to ask probing and follow-up questions. Bring your draft interview guide to class on Monday, April 19 th ....
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