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    Semi-structured interviewing is guided only in the sense that some form of interview guide, such as the matrix described below is prepared beforehand, and provides a framework for the interview. The majority of questions are created during the interview, allowing both the interviewer and the person being interviewed the flexibility to probe for details or discuss issues. Less intrusive to those being interviewed as the semi-structured interview encourages two-way communication. Those being interviewed can ask questions of the interviewer. Confirms what is already known but also provides the opportunity for learning. Often the information obtained from semi-structured interviews will provide not just answers, but the reasons for the answers. Interviewers can conduct a number of practice interviews with each other and/or with a few community members, to become familiar with the questions, and get feedback on their two-way communication skills. The person was chosen.…

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    Semi Structured Interviews

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    Interviews will be the primary means to collect the data for this study. Each participant will be interviewed based on an interview guide (see Appendix B: Interview Guide). Because of the complexity of meeting the participant more than once semi-structured interviews will be the most convenient to collect the data (Doody & Noonan, 2013). Semi-structured interviews will help the researcher to develop a keen understanding of the experience of the undocumented immigrants. The interviews will…

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    This will be achieved through a structured interview where a number of open-ended questions will be asked in order to gain accurate quality data (see Appendix A). Setting and Sample The setting of the research will be in the Ottawa…

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    Semi-structured interview The interview allows implicit and unobservable beliefs of teachers to be made explicit. Interview seems to be an appropriate tool for eliciting verbal commentaries, which many teacher cognition researchers have employed in a semi-structured format because open-ended questions allow interviewees to respond to questions by expressing in their own words (Borg, 2006). According to Borg (2006), semi-structured interview is common to employ when a researcher aims to capture…

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    In order to gather data onto the study, semi-structured interviews were conducted with elementary school teachers, parents and students. All participants were asked questions pertaining to homework to get a clear understanding of the benefits and/or impact on student success. Semi-structured interviews allowed for deviation from questions per the interviewer and explore the topic more in-depth (Houser, 2014, p. 235). The questions ask of the participants were both closed and open ended. Open…

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    The data that I gather from the semi-structured interviews and focus group will be surrounded by grounded theory. Grounded theory is the framework most frequently used for analyzing qualitative data (Bryman, 567). Since I am limited in experience this approach will be most beneficial to me because theoretical sampling will allow me to think of my theory throughout the research process, in doing this I can pick and chose how to move my research toward properly developing a theory over time…

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    generated through semi structured interviews. Both the descriptive and summative information provide a framework for understanding and integrating the complex factors that shape family experiences throughout the decision-making process. The results reflect a family-centered view of the process of decision-making, informing early interventionists and professional training programs, with the potential to shape best-practices. Method Participants Families were recruited through three early…

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    I. Introduction 1. DEFINITION 1.1. Cyberbullying is defined as “an aggressive, intentional act carried out by a group or individual, using electronic forms of contact repeatedly and over time against a victim who cannot easily defend him or herself” (Smith et al 2008 ) 1.2. Cyberbully is the person who does cyberbullying 1.3. Netiquette means “respecting other user’s views and displaying common courtesy when posting your views to online discussion groups.” (BBC, 2012) 1. INTRODUCTION Advanced…

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    4.0 Chapter Four: Findings and Discussions This chapter covers the analysis of the data that has been gathered from the semi-structured interviews. Data is analysed, and the results of the findings and discussion are provided. 4.1 Overview of the interviews After interviewing the five participants, it was noted that MMHLS staffs and healthcare staffs do not have any understandings of lean. Most healthcare staffs do not know who the customer is in healthcare settings and what they value. Some…

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    Qualitative Interview

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    Research methodology (continue) Working alongside with Conversation analysis, the research selects interview as the second method to generate the data. This paper, for that selection, deals with the second key research instruments, interview. Specifically, it explains and proposes a plan for carrying out interview for the research. The section starts with discussing the advantages of interview instrument. What follows after is a brief overview and discussion around the issue of critical…

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