Interviewing the Interpretive Researcher: A Method for Addressing the Crises of Representation, Legitimation, and PraxisRSEM Faculty Publications
AbstractIn this article the authors outline five types of debriefing and introduce a new type of debriefing, namely, that of debriefing the interpretive researcher. Next they present eight main areas accompanied by example questions to guide the interviewer when debriefing the researcher. They also present five authenticity criteria developed by Guba and Lincoln (1989) and include possible interview questions to document the degree to which the researcher has met these criteria. Finally, using Miles and Huberman’s (1994) framework, they illustrate how displays such as matrices can be used to collect, analyze, and interpret debriefing interview data as well as leave an audit trail.
Citation InformationAnthony J. Onwuegbuzie, Nancy L. Leech and Kathleen M.T. Collins. "Interviewing the Interpretive Researcher: A Method for Addressing the Crises of Representation, Legitimation, and Praxis" (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/nancy-leech/93/