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Grading & Submission:Save your journal and upload it to Canvas. For this assignment Journal 3.1 – 3.3 of your journal will be complete; the rest will not be complete. 4Anthropology 104 | Fieldwork Project 3
This journal assignment is graded for completion ("Credit/No credit") and counts for 10% of the total grade of this Fieldwork Project.DUE DATE:This assignment needs to be completed by 11:59pm the day AFTER your Discussion Section in Week 10 (e.g. if your discussion section meets on Monday, your Research Questions are due by 11:59pm on Tuesday).Research Question 1: Research Question 2: Interview Procedures & GuideDuring week 11you need to conduct your interview. Depending on your schedule, you may conduct your interview before the deadline for submitting Journal 3.4. However, it is important for the success of your interview that you read the Interview Procedures (on Canvas), take the quiz, and write your Interview Guide (Journal 3.4) before you conduct yourinterview. Journal 3.4 | Interview GuideInstructions & Expectations for Journal 3.4Make sure to check your TA's feedback on your research questions (on Canvas) before proceeding to this part of the project.What is an interview guide?An interview guide is a tool for researchers to help direct the conversation during a semi-structured interview to topics and issues that they want to learn about. In essence, it is a list of questions to ask the interviewee. The questions should be ordered in a logical way, and should be phrased clearly. Remember though, in a semi-structured interview you shouldn’t stick strictly to the interview guide. You should as follow up questions during the interview when you need more information, or ask new questions related to interesting points that come up.Interview guide questions are not the same as research questions. A research question describes the issue you want to learn about, but you rarely can learn about that issue by asking others that literal question. Interview questions should be more specific to your interviewee. Making your own interview guideThe questions included in your interview guide should be related to yourresearch question related to migration. While you will probably want to ask your interviewee a few closed-ended questions(e.g. when did you arrive in the US?), the majority of questions included in your guide should be open-ended questions(e.g. why or how question) that your interviewee can spend some time answering in depth. You should also include a few ideas for follow up questions.In the space provided below write 6-8 questions that you plan to ask your interviewee.Grading & Submission:Save your journal and upload it to Canvas. For this assignment Journal 3.1 – 3.4 of your journal will be complete; the rest will not be complete.