Framing the telephone interview as a participant-centred tool for qualitative research: a methodological discussion:

@inproceedings{TrierBieniek2012FramingTT,
  title={Framing the telephone interview as a participant-centred tool for qualitative research: a methodological discussion:},
  author={Adrienne M. Trier-Bieniek},
  year={2012}
}
This paper discusses telephone interviewing as a qualitative research method and defines qualitative telephone interviews as participant-centered. In a research project which consisted of internet based recruitment, emails sent to set up interviews and an analysis of 39 qualitative interviews conducted over telephone, I contend that being interviewed over the phone may result in more honest data as people have become more accustomed to ‘virtual’ communication, serving to benefit to both the… CONTINUE READING

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