The role of topic, interviewee and question in predicting rich interview data in the field of health research.

Abstract

Although texts recommend the generation of rich data from interviews, no empirical evidence base exists for achieving this. This study aimed to operationalise richness and to assess which components of the interview (for example, topic, interviewee, question) were predictive. A total of 400 interview questions and their corresponding responses were selected… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9566.2010.01272.x

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@article{Ogden2010TheRO, title={The role of topic, interviewee and question in predicting rich interview data in the field of health research.}, author={Jane Ogden and Danielle Cornwell}, journal={Sociology of health & illness}, year={2010}, volume={32 7}, pages={1059-71} }