SAGE Journal Articles
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Roulston, K., deMarrais, K., & Lewis, J. B. (2003). Learning to interview in the social sciences. Qualitative Inquiry 9(4), 643–668. doi: 10.1177/1077800403252736
Follow-up Activities for “Learning to Interview”:
- Extract the major learnings from this article and reflect on how they will inform your own future interviewing practices.
- Discuss the different things an interviewer should be thinking about as she is listening to a participant.
Yang, C., Brown, B. B., & Braun, M. T. (2013). From Facebook to cell calls: Layers of electronic intimacy in college students’ interpersonal relationships. New Media & Society 16(1), 5–23. doi: 10.1177/1461444812472486
Follow-up Activities for “From Facebook to Cell Calls”:
- Evaluate whether focus group interviews, rather than individual participant interviews, were appropriate data collection methods for this particular study, and why.
- Discuss other research topics or questions that would be appropriate to explore through college-level focus group interviews.