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COMMUNICATION RESEARCH DR. JEFFREY BOASE DIFFERENT GENRES OF QUALITATIVE INTERVIEWING
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MENU DU JOUR • Interview Strategies • Genres of Qualitative Interviewing • End of Semester Schedule
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INTERVIEW STRATEGIES
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HOW WOULD YOU DEAL WITH THIS GUY??? What would you do to focus the conversation on views about crime? • What wouldn’t you do?
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THINGS YOU CAN DO TO GET THE CONVERSATION BACK ON TRACK pp. 336-338 rapport
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THINGS NOT TO DO IF YOU WANT TO GET THE CONVERSATION BACK ON TRACK pp. 336-338
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GENRES OF QUALITATIVE INTERVIEWING pp. 339-343 Ethnographic Conversation Depth Interview Narrative Interview Group/Focus Interview Postmodern Interview
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THE ETHNOGRAPHIC CONVERSATION p. 339
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VIDEO
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THE DEPTH INTERVIEW p. 339
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THE NARRATIVE INTERVIEW p. 342
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THE GROUP OR FOCUS INTERVIEW p. 340
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VIDEO MEETS CLICKER QUESTION
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CLICKER QUESTION How is this similar to a focus group run by a qualitative researcher? a. A group of people are gathered to discuss a particular topic
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