Interview Methodology - Sociology - Oxford Bibliographies
Within sociology, the early-20th-century urban ethnographers of the Chicago School did much to prompt interest in the method. In essence, interviewing is a method of eliciting information. It is a “conversation between people in which one person has the role of the researcher” (Arksey and Knight 1999, cited under General Overviews; p. 2).
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