you can describe it. You may want to consider questions such as:
What was your interviewee’s overall behavior like? How
did the setting where you met affect the interview? What parts of the interview were challenging, and why? Did it go in
any directions you had not anticipated?
Grading & Submission:
You have two options for submitting your interview notes:
You can type your notes into the space below and upload your journal to the Canvas assignment for Journal 3.5 (doc,
you can submit a photo/scan (pdf, jpg, jpeg, png, tiff) of your handwritten notes to the Canvas assignment
for Journal 3.5.
This assignment is graded for completion ("Credit/No Credit") and counts for 5% of the total grade of this Fieldwork
This assignment needs to be completed by
11:59pm the day BEFORE your Discussion Section in Week 12.
Journal 3.5 and 3.6 have the
same due date
. You need to submit both assignments to Canvas, even if your
interview notes are included in the file you submit for Journal 3.6.
Part of the interview that was challenging was the time difference between us, since she was currently in Belgium at the
time and both of us being in college. Therefore, we had to work around our schedules and only one time worked out
My interviewee migrated to the United States from Belgium when she was 10 years old. I know her from a friend of mine
who goes to Madison, where she went to high school with her in Massachusetts.
Why did your parents choose to migrate to the United States rather than another country?
What were you or your parents hopes for your new life in the United States?
What was your journey to this new country like?