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In this manuscript, we describe the use of debriefing interviews for interviewing the interpretive researcher. Further, we demonstrate the value of using debriefing questions as part of a qualitative research study, specifically, one doctoral student’s dissertation study. We describe the reflexivity process of the student in her study and the debriefing data that were coded via qualitative coding techniques. Thus, we provide an exemplar of the debriefing process and the findings that emerged as a result. We believe that our exemplar of interviewing the interpretive researcher provides evidence of an effective strategy for addressing the crises of representation and legitimation for researchers and instructors of qualitative methods courses alike.
Debriefing Interviews, Interviewing the Interview, Qualitative Interviews, Reflexivity, Representation, Legitimation, Bias
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Frels, R. K., & Onwuegbuzie, A. J. (2012). Interviewing the Interpretive Researcher: An Impressionist Tale. The Qualitative Report, 17(30), 1-27. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2012.1749
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