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  1. The Interview • Those who want to use qualitative methods because they seem easier than statistics are in for a rude awakening (Taylor and Bogan 1994: 53).

  2. Four interview situations • Informal interviewing • Unstructured interviewing • Semistructure interviewing • Structured interviewing

  3. Informal interviewing • Lack of control • Lack of structure • Reminder tool • Constant jotting • To build greater rapport

  4. Unstructured interviewing • Minimum control • Awareness of both (interviewer and interviewee) • Based on clear plan • Most widely used in cultural anthropology

  5. Usefulness • Develop formal guides for semi structure, to learn what questions to include, • Building initial rapport: before moving to more formal interviews, • Talking to informants who will not tolerate formal interviews

  6. Semistructured interviewing • One chance only • Based on interview guide • When dealing with elite members of a community

  7. Structured interviewing • (uniformity) All informant asked the same questions • Explicit set of instructions for interviewers • For example: self-administered questionnaires

  8. Tape recorder • Use in all situations • Different types of transcriptions • Not a substitute for note taking

  9. Deference and expectancy effects • 1.when informants tell you what they think you want to know • 2. Tendency from experimenters to obtain results they expect

  10. How do anthropologists collect data?

  11. Four types of field notes • Jottings • The diary • The log • Field notes: methodological, descriptive and analytic

  12. Informed consent form