Using Joint Interviews to Add Analytic Value

@article{Polak2016UsingJI,
  title={Using Joint Interviews to Add Analytic Value},
  author={Louisa Polak and J. Green},
  journal={Qualitative Health Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={1638 - 1648}
}
Joint interviewing has been frequently used in health research, and is the subject of a growing methodological literature. We review this literature, and build on it by drawing on a case study of how people make decisions about taking statins. This highlights two ways in which a dyadic approach to joint interviewing can add analytic value compared with individual interviewing. First, the analysis of interaction within joint interviews can help to explicate tacit knowledge and to illuminate the… Expand
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