Die Qualität Qualitativer Daten: Manual Für Die Durchführung Qualitativer Interviews (Paperback)

Die Qualität Qualitativer Daten: Manual Für Die Durchführung Qualitativer Interviews By Cornelia Helfferich Cover Image
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Wie f hrt man ein "gutes" qualitatives Interview? Fragt man berhaupt - wenn ja: Wie? Welche Formen qualitativer Interviews gibt es? Wie erstellt man einen Leitfaden? Das Manual beantwortet diese und andere Fragen und will den praktischen N ten derjenigen abhelfen, die qualitative (narrative, problemzentrierte oder Leitfaden gest tzte) Einzelinterviews f r Forschungsprojekte oder im Rahmen von Qualifikationsarbeiten durchf hren wollen. Es vermittelt alle Kompetenzen, die notwendig sind, um das qualitative Interview als Kommunikations- und Interaktionsprozess zu reflektieren und bewusst zu gestalten. Das Buch enth lt bungen, theoretisches Hintergrundwissen, Forschungsbeispiele, praktische Informationen, z.B. zum Datenschutz, sowie hilfreiche Materialien zur Organisation des qualitativen Forschungsprozesses.
Das Manual kann f r die Vorbereitung auf die Interviewdurchf hrung in Interviewschulungen oder im Selbststudium genutzt werden und bietet Anregungen f r die Lehre qualitativer Forschungsmethoden.

Product Details
ISBN: 9783658220105
ISBN-10: 3658220104
Publisher: Springer vs
Publication Date: March 25th, 2022
Language: German



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