In the area of social research, it is not uncommon to come across qualitative interviews (transcribed or recorded) that present conduction strategies which seem to be in contrast to that is recommended by the literature on this subject. In order to understand the reason why this occurs, I present the results of a research carried out among Italian sociologists who use qualitative interviews for their research; I try to establish a connection between the conduction strategies used by researchers and their training. I found three different conducting styles, and divided my interviewees into three categories. But, only one of these categories presents a real positive attitude towards qualitative interviews. The problem is that all these researchers also teach qualitative methods at University or train new interviewers for their research and they pass down their same attitude to their students, for better or worse.
Asking is not enough. A research study on teaching qualitative interviews in Italy / Pretto, Albertina. - ELETTRONICO. - (2018), pp. 23-30. ((Intervento presentato al convegno HEAD 2018 tenutosi a València nel 20-22 June 2018.
|Titolo:||Asking is not enough. A research study on teaching qualitative interviews in Italy|
|Titolo del volume contenente il saggio:||4th International Conference on Higher Education Advances, Proceedings Series|
|Luogo di edizione:||València|
|Casa editrice:||Editorial Universitat Politècnica de València|
|Anno di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Citazione:||Asking is not enough. A research study on teaching qualitative interviews in Italy / Pretto, Albertina. - ELETTRONICO. - (2018), pp. 23-30. ((Intervento presentato al convegno HEAD 2018 tenutosi a València nel 20-22 June 2018.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.1 Saggio in atti di convegno (Paper in proceedings)|
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