A critical review of qualitative interviews in applied linguistics

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Mann, Steve J.;
(2011)

This article asks what applied linguistics can learn from related disciplines with regard to the collection, analysis and representation of qualitative interviews. It assesses the contributions of qualitative sociology, anthropology, discursive psychology and outlines f... View more
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