Interactional Studies of Qualitative Research Interviews

| University of Georgia
ISBN 9789027202222 | EUR 99.00 | USD 149.00
ISBN 9789027262905 | EUR 99.00 | USD 149.00
Methodological accounts of research interviews find that how researchers use this tool in their work varies widely: there are many “ways” of interviewing. This edited collection unpacks the interactional dynamics of qualitative research interviews from studies conducted in education, second language acquisition, applied linguistics and disability studies from scholars in the UK, USA, Italy, Portugal and Korea. These studies explore the interactional details of how the identities of researchers and their participants matter for the generation of interview data, as well as the kinds of discursive resources and social actions that occur in tandem with the production of data for research projects. Given the widespread use of qualitative interviews for social research, this book provides a robust contribution to what Tim Rapley has called the “social studies of interviewing.” This book is relevant to audiences across disciplines who use the interview as a primary research method.
[Not in series, 220]  2019.  xviii, 330 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
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Part I. Introduction
Chapter 1. Introduction: Examining the social practices of interviewing
Kathryn Roulston
Part II. Exploring the interactional details of interviewer-interviewee identities and knowledge production in research interviews
Introduction to Part II. Exploring the interactional details of interviewer-interviewee identities and knowledge production in research interviews
Chapter 2. “Like us you mean?” Sensitive disability questions and peer research encounters
Valerie Williams
Chapter 3. Research interviewers as ‘knowers’ and ‘unknowers’
Kathryn Roulston
Chapter 4. On doing ‘being feminist’ and ‘being researcher’: Lessons from a novice interviewer
Brigette Adair Herron
Chapter 5. “What does it mean?” Methodological strategies for interviewing children
Rebecca Ann Smith
Chapter 6. Epistemic shifts: Examining interviewer and self-praise in interviews
Stephanie Anne Shelton
Part III. Exploring conversational resources and social actions produced in interviews
Introduction to Part III. Exploring conversational resources and social actions produced in interviews
Chapter 7. “That’s a stupid question!” Competing perspectives and language choice in an English-Japanese bilingual research interview
Amy Snyder Ohta and Matthew T. Prior
Chapter 8. “But you’re gonna ask me questions, right?” Interactional frame and “for-the-record” orientation in language biography interviews
Daniela Veronesi
Chapter 9. “It doesn’t make sense, but it actually does” Interactional dynamics in focus group interaction
Hanbyul Jung
Chapter 10. Continuers in research interviews: A closer look at the construction of rapport in talk about interfaith dialogue
Elizabeth M. Pope
Chapter 11. Discourse strategies of mitigation in an oral corpus of narratives of life experience collected in interviews
Carla Aurélia Rodrigues de Almeida
Part IV. Summing up
Chapter 12. The way(s) of interviewing: Exploring social studies of interviews
Tim Rapley
Author index
Subject index
“This book is nicely presented with each chapter contributing an important aspect of qualitative research interviews. It makes a substantial methodological contribution to how we might complicate taken-for-granted understanding of qualitative research interviews as straight-forward information gathering tools.”


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