This article will deal with the different power relationships that are in play during the interview process in ethnographic research. It explores how interviewees are agents in the creation of their own positions during the interview process and how they shift positions in interaction with the researcher and with the questions posed to them.


Reflexivity, Ethnography, Power Relations in Interviews, Social Class, and Women Migration

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