Who you are considering interviewing Qualitative research is best conducted through interviews. Research subjects’ opinions, behavior, experiences, phenomena, etc., can be explicated, better understood, and explored with them. A good interview question will usually give you the opportunity to collect in-depth information. Incorporation of the exact verbiage provided by the IRB’s Office of Research and Compliance The revised interview guide, which now includes the invitation, informed consent, introductory statement, the interview, and a concluding/closing statement In which format to conduct the interview (e-mail, phone, or in person), with a justification for your choice and inclusion of appropriate sources (referring to articles) Choosing and coordinating a peer debrief with one of your classmates, which can be by phone (preferably) or e-mail and will occur after you have collected your data

 
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