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The language of research (part 10) — research methodologies: interview

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The language of research (part 10) — research methodologies: interview

Peter Ellis
26 September 2016

In this paper, we will explore for the first time a research method: namely, interviews. The article will frame the usefulness of interviews and the sorts of questions they use, while the next paper in this series will look at the various forms interviews take and the pros and cons of interviewing as a method of data collection. We should remember that a method is a tool that is used to collect the data for a piece of research.

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