Qualitative interviewing is more than a collection of techniques, technologies, questions and answers. Rubin and Rubin (2012) noted that it has the potential to change the interviewer into a more patient, tolerant, and engaged human being. “It makes you aware of what you haven’t seen before, and it enables you to pull meaningful information out of buzzing confusion” (p. 234). Walden University Clinical Psychology Discussion
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For this Discussion, you will reflect on your interview experience from last week. Perhaps you have noticed how well (or how poorly) you paid attention; or that something the interviewee said astonished you; or how quickly (or slowly) the time went by. Walden University Clinical Psychology Discussion
To prepare for this Discussion:
- Review this week’s Learning Resources related to qualitative interviewing.
- Consider the phone interview you conducted in Week 7.
- Listen to your recording 2–3 times.
- Review the notes you took during and after the interview.
- Consider how this experience is different or similar to a conventional conversation.
BY DAY 3
Post your reflection and analysis on what you learned about interviewing. Include in your reflection and analysis:
- At least two things you would do differently and why
- Something new and surprising that you learned
- A reflection about the value of interviewing as a data collection tool Walden University Clinical Psychology Discussion Walden University Attention Discussion