Interviews: Using conversations in public scholarship

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Resumé

Qualitative interviews are normally conducted as personal conversations between two or more individuals. Such personal conversations, however, are frequently used in the service of public scholarship, which gives rise to a number of significant issues having to do with researching private lives and placing accounts in the public arena. This chapter addresses the role of qualitative interviewing in public scholarship. It first discusses the very idea of the public, especially as it was articulated by the American pragmatist John Dewey. It is argued that the social sciences, and qualitative interviewing specifically, have
a central role to play in the constitution of a public in modern society. The reader is then taken through various stages of interview research and some examples are given that show how qualitative interview studies have significantly advanced public scholarship.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelThe Oxford Handbook of Methods for Public Scholarship
RedaktørerPatricia Leavy
Udgivelses stedOxford
ForlagOxford University Press
Publikationsdato2019
Sider241-267
ISBN (Trykt)9780190274481
StatusUdgivet - 2019

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Brinkmann, S. (2019). Interviews: Using conversations in public scholarship. I P. Leavy (red.), The Oxford Handbook of Methods for Public Scholarship (s. 241-267). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Brinkmann, Svend. / Interviews: Using conversations in public scholarship. The Oxford Handbook of Methods for Public Scholarship. red. / Patricia Leavy. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019. s. 241-267
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