SOC 319/WGS 317 Qualitative Methods
Instructor: Janet Dodd
Interview Guide: Prototype
Edit and adapt this prototypical interview guide formula into terms that apply to the
doing(s) with which your informants are involved. Include your revised
Week 1: definers
-What are the different ways we might define the word culture?
Culture in terms of a neutral definition, the products and achievements of a society.
Culture as a world view: Jewish culture being different for Germans and Americans. The
-Define Victorian values and how those values are embodied? How the dress or lack of
embodies the values that they hold.
Victorian values centred around the perceived decency and the wholesomeness of
middle class Victorian family life; with the ha
Week 5: *
-Define the Teddy Boy culture and its aspects. Categorize its fashion, music, and the
subcultural elements. Comment on its significance as THE FIRST SUBCULTURE! They
had a third wardrobe, which was a Teddy Boy startup and defined a part of subcu
Week 7: *
-What was punk reacting against?
Punk rock was also a reaction against tendencies that had overtaken popular
music in the 1970s, including what the punks saw as superficial " disco" music
and bombastic forms of heavy metal, progressive rock and