Contribution to Book
Format of Original
Qualitative Research: Issues of Theory, Method, and Practice
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Shelves: H62 .Q359 2011 Memorial Level 3
This chapter discusses the implications of viewing the interview as an actively constructed conversation through which narrative data are produced. It explores the ramifications of framing the interview and resulting data as by-products of interpretive practice - the whats and hows of an animated process involving active subjects behind interview participants. Matters of reliability, validity, bias, and rigor are considered.
Holstein, James A. and Gubrium, Jaber F., "Animating Interview Narratives" (2011). Social and Cultural Sciences Faculty Research and Publications. 48.