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In-depth interviews are used extensively across the social sciences by qualitative researchers and professionals. The traditional, empirical interview does not develop a relationship between the interviewer and interviewee and minimizes the interviewer's personal reaction to the interviewee. In many cases, this interviewing style is appropriate and sufficient for gathering data. However, what if the interviewer seeks a more profound exploration and fuller understanding of the individual being studied?
This volume presents a valuable alternative interviewing approach - the interactive-relational - that promotes a clearer, deeper portrait of the person interviewed. This technique encourages the interviewer to participate more
Incl. interaction & relationship/comparison w/traditional approaches to interviewing/posturing in the interview/etc.
Placing the Interactive-Relational Approach in Context
Identifying the Interactive-Relational Approach
Creating the Interactive-Relational Interview
Posturing in an Interview
Implementing the Interactive-Relational Approach
Conducting the Interactional-Relational Interview
Posted July 18, 2012
Who would expect to see Lucille Ball and B.F. Skinner as living case studies and models in a text about effective interviewing? This book was a real treat! Fascinating insights about what a psychologist sees in interviewing and how to make an interview deeper and richer--as well as an unexpected yet interesting engagment with two very different leaders in our time.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 13, 2012
I was looking for a book that would make me think deeply about both my life, and the lives of others. I needed a story with "depth." Chirban has a put together a great book, and a perfect balance of fact/research and analysis.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.