Interviewing skills are not simple motor skills. Rather, they involve a high-order combination of observation, empathic sensitivity, and intellectual judgment. This guidebook, now available from Waveland Press, provides a process model and a corresponding set of classroom-tested exercises designed to improve basic interviewing skills. The model--called the Skill Learning Cycle--provides an initial, guided experience for the complete interview-learning process, including planning, doing, and analyzing phases. It also stands as a model for the learner to use in the future for continued growth in interviewing skills. In order to focus on the most basic interviewing skills, only the information-gathering function, which is common to all interviews, is discussed.
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Titles of related interest also from Waveland Press: Babbie, Observing Ourselves: Essays in Social Research (ISBN 9781577660194); Emerson, Contemporary Field Research: Perspectives and Formulations, Second Edition (ISBN 9781577661856); Matsumoto, Cultural Influences on Research Methods and Statistics (ISBN 9781577661122); McCloskey, Economical Writing, Second Edition (ISBN 9781577660637); and McCurdy et al., The Cultural Experience: Ethnography in Complex Society, Second Edition (ISBN 9781577663645).
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Book Description F E Peacock Pub, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0875813585
Book Description F E Peacock Pub, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110875813585