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You might expect a book on interviewing in qualitative research to focus solely on the procedures of conducting interviews; however, in Reflective Interviewing: A Guide to Theory & Practice, Kathryn Roulston (2010) offers this perspective and much more. In particular, her new book addresses ways in which the researcher's theoretical perspective can inform not only the interview but also each stage of the research process. This thoughtful, well-written text also includes at the end of each chapter helpful suggestions of further reading and activities that relate to the chapter's topic.
Qualitative Research, Interviewing, Reflexivity, and Theoretical Assumptions
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Cooper, R. (2010). Theoretical Considerations in Qualitative Interviewing. The Qualitative Report, 15(4), 1002-1005. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2010.1195
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