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SEAJCRR. 2012; 1(1): 8-15

Interview Method in Research

Beena Sachan, Ashutosh Singh, Neeraj Sachan.

Interviews have been used extensively for data collection in the field of research. Interview is not just asking and answering questions, it is beyond the oral aspect which the interviewer may observe the interviewee behavior, personality, opinion, way of thinking and beliefs. Interviewing is one of the chief means through which most of the information used in social diagnosis is secured from the interviewee. This method of research can also show the truth by observing the interviewee expression with the question that been asked. It can discover if the information is accurate and if there are contradictions between the sources of information. This topic will discuss the interview types and its importance in the field of research.

Key words: Interview, Research, Data collection

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