In-depth Qualitative Interview Postgrad Environments

In-depth Qualitative Interview

The in-depth qualitative interview is a difficult data collection skill to master. Researchers discuss their experiences of interviewing. They also give some tips on how to conduct in-depth interviews and some do’s and don’ts when interviewing.

Developed by Grace Idahosa, Department of Political and International Studies, Rhodes University. Thanks to Louise Vincent, Chipo Munyuki and Desire Chiwandire.

Explore these additional resources

  • Sideman, I., 2006. Interviewing as Qualitative Research: A guide for researchers in Education and Social Science. New York: Teachers College Press.

 

Who might find this useful?

  • This video can be used as a guide by academics and researchers planning to use in-depth interviews as a method of data collection.