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    Lecture 30 interview analysis   short version Lecture 30 interview analysis short version Presentation Transcript

    • Lecture 30: Interview Analysis Module 12 Dr. Jessica Laccetti
    • Outline• Analysis of an Interview• Homework
    • Your Turn: In Groups or with a Partner• Think of a researcher, scientist, organisation or company that you are interested in• Find an interview that is related to that interest (perhaps a spokesperson for the org.)• Go to the Analysis of an Interview Form and “Save a Copy”: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MNDHop6y213Pb3xU7eGpk4Hu1Z1K 9s_rack8O9rSJ7A/edit?hl=en_US• Fill it in and share it via Twitter• In a blog comment address: • The use of open & closed questions • The level of formality • The kinds of questions asked, would you have asked the same or have rephrased any? • Does the interviewer read the interviewee’s cues (i.e. does the interviewer *listen* to the answers given)?
    • Homework• If you STILL haven’t joined google docs, do it!• Upload any work that you have done for this course (it could be a blog comment you made or perhaps part of an e-portfolio post)• *Share* your uploads