Slides of Clean Interviewing workshop given at UNITEC, Aukland, 3 Feb 2017.
James Lawley will show how the wording of interview questions can unintentionally and unknowingly bias answers, how ‘leading’ questions cast doubt on the authenticity of the data collected, and how you can avoid this by asking ‘clean’ questions.
The aim of this workshop is to learn and integrate the principles of Clean Interviewing, and to develop your ability to design and frame clean questions during practice interviews. You will learn how to interview using Clean Language so your interviewees are given maximum opportunity to provide reliable information, ‘uncontaminated’ by an interviewer’s framing, presuppositions and metaphors.
You will also learn a new process for validating the ‘cleanness’ of an interview thereby increasing the robustness of your methodology.