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Inside Interviewing New Lenses, New Concerns

by James A. Holstein, Jaber F. Gubrium

Inside Interviewing New Lenses, New Concerns Synopsis

Inside Interviewing highlights the fluctuating and diverse moral worlds put into place during interview research when gender, race, culture, the age of respondents and other subject positions are brought narratively to the foreground. It explores the 'facts', thoughts, feelings and perspectives of respondents and how this impacts on the research process. It will provide readers with insights to selecting the appropriate analytic strategy for explicating data that emerges from related activities in the interview process.

Inside Interviewing New Lenses, New Concerns Press Reviews

The editors' introduction is excellent, providing a brief history of interiewing as a research technique and highlighting many of the issues that concern today's research interviewers...Inside Interviewing would be valuable for doctoral-level research methods classes, as well as for practicing researchers. It is an excellent starting point for examining specific issues, such as reflexivity. -- Heidi Juilien * Library and Information Science Research, An International Journal *

Book Information

ISBN: 9780761928515
Publication date: 14th May 2003
Author: James A. Holstein, Jaber F. Gubrium
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 568 pages
Categories: Social research & statistics, Psychology,

About James A. Holstein, Jaber F. Gubrium

James A. Holstein is professor of sociology in the Department of Social and Cultural Sciences at Marquette University. His research and writing projects have addressed social problems, deviance and social control, mental health and illness, family, and the self, all approached from an ethnomethodologically- informed, constructionist perspective. Jaber F. Gubrium is professor and chair of sociology at the University of Missouri. He has an extensive record of research on the social organization of care in human service institutions. His publications include numerous books and articles on aging, family, the life course, medicalization, and representational practice in therapeutic context.

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