Interviewing: Methodological Briefs - Impact Evaluation No. 12

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Bronwen McDonald; Patricia Rogers;
  • Subject: data collection; evaluation; research methods;

Interviews are easy to do badly and hard to do well - good planning, adequate time and appropriate skills are required. The type of interview should be carefully chosen to suit the situation rather than choosing a type of interview (such as focus groups) simply because ... View more
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