Who Am I and What Am I Doing? Becoming a Qualitative Research Interviewer
Martin, Peter J
Nurse researcher 2010 17(3): 7-16
Qualitative research can be influenced by the researcher's role in the study. Here, the authors propose reflexive methodologies as a means by which the processes undertaken by the researcher can be made transparent and used as part of the data. Using this approach, this paper explores the experience of becoming a qualitative research interviewer. It provides an account of dilemmas faced while undertaking a series of semi-structured interviews as part of a discourse analytic study into the practice of clinical supervision in a number of mental health professions.
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