The new edition of this landmark volume emphasizes the dynamic, interactional and reflexive dimensions of the research interview. Contributors highlight the myriad dimensions of complexity that are emerging as researchers increasingly frame the interview as a communicative opportunity as much as a data-gathering format. The book begins with the history and conceptual transformations of the interview, which is followed by chapters that discuss the main components of interview practice. Taken together, the contributions to the Handbook encourage readers simultaneously to learn the frameworks and technologies of interviewing and to reflect on the epistemological foundations of the interview craft.
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The complete handbook on interviewing, the Second Edition deals with conceptual and methodological challenges to interviewing, in addition to the "nuts and bolts" of the interview process.
Preface Introduction: The Complexity of the Craft - Jaber F. Gubrium, James A. Holstein, Amir B. Marvasti, and Karyn D. McKinney Part I. Interviewing in Context Chapter 1. The History of the Interview - Jennifer Platt Chapter 2. Narrative Practice and the Transformation of Interview Subjectivity - Jaber F. Gubrium and James A. Holstein Chapter 3. Postmodern Trends: Expanding the Horizons of Interviewing Practices and Epistemologies - Michael Ian Borer and Andrea Fontana Chapter 4. The Pedagogy of Interviewing - Kathryn Roulston Part II. Methods of Interviewing Chapter 5. Survey Interviewing - Royce A. Singleton Jr. and Bruce C. Straits Chapter 6. The Interpersonal Dynamics of In-Depth Interviewing - John M. Johnson and Timothy Rowlands Chapter 7. The Life Story Interview as a Mutually Equitable Relationship - Robert Atkinson Chapter 8. Interviewing as Social Interaction - Carol A. B. Warren Chapter 9. Autoethnography as Feminist Self-Interview - Sara L. Crawley Chapter 10. Focus Groups and Social Interaction - David L. Morgan Chapter 11. Internet Interviewing - Natalia James and Hugh Busher Chapter 12. The Implications of Interview Type and Structure in Mixed-Method Designs - Janice M. Morse Part III. Logistics of Interviewing Chapter 13. Interview Location and Its Social Meaning - Hanna Herzog Chapter 14. The Value of Interviewing on Multiple Occasions or Longitudinally - Anne Grinyer and Carol Thomas Chapter 15. The Interview Question - Jinjun Wang and Yin Yan Chapter 16. Interview and Sampling: How Many and Whom - Ben K. Beitin Chapter 17. Culture Work in the Research Interview - Shannon K. Carter and Christian L. Bolden Chapter 18. After the Interview: What Is Left at the End - Christopher A. Faircloth Part IV. Self and Other in the Interview Chapter 19. Managing the Interviewer Self - Annika Lillrank Chapter 20. Listening to, and for, the Research Interview - John B. Talmage Chapter 21. Constructing the Respondent - Lara J. Foley Chapter 22. Five Lenses for the Reflexive Interviewer - Linda Finlay Chapter 23. Stigma and the Interview Encounter - Kay E. Cook Part V. Analytic Strategies Chapter 24. Qualitative Interviewing and Grounded Theory Analysis - Kathy Charmaz and Linda Liska Belgrave Chapter 25. Analysis of Personal Narratives - Catherine Kohler Riessman Chapter 26. Investigating Ruling Relations: Dynamics of Interviewing in Institutional Ethnography - Marjorie L. DeVault and Liza McCoy Chapter 27. Interviews as Discourse Data - Pirjo Nikander Chapter 28. Using Q Methodology in Qualitative Interviews - David Shemmings and Ingunn T. Ellingsen Chapter 29. Using Software to Analyze Qualitative Interviews - Clive Seale and Carol Rivas Part VI. Ethics of the Interview Chapter 30. Informed Consent - Marco Marzano Chapter 31. Protecting Confidentiality - Karen Kaiser Chapter 32. Protecting Participants' Confidentiality Using a Situated Research Ethics Approach - Kristin Heggen and Marilys Guillemin Chapter 33. Assessing the Risk of Being Interviewed - Anne Ryen Chapter 34. Toward Conciliation: Institutional Review Board Practices and Qualitative Interview Research - Michelle Miller-Day Part VII. Critical Reflections Chapter 35. Stories About Getting Stories: Interactional Dimensions in Folk and Personal Narrative Research - Kirin Narayan and Kenneth M. George Chapter 36. Interview as Embodied Communication - Laura L. Ellingson Chapter 37. The (Extra)Ordinary Practices of Qualitative Interviewing - Tim Rapley Chapter 38. Eight Challenges for Interview Researchers - Jonathan Potter and Alexa Hepburn Author Index Subject Index About the Editors About the Contributors
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Biographical note

Jaber F. Gubrium is professor and chair of sociology at the University of Missouri. He has an extensive record of research on the social organization of care in human service institutions. His publications include numerous books and articles on aging, family, the life course, medicalization, and representational practice in therapeutic context. James A. Holstein is professor of sociology in the Department of Social and Cultural Sciences at Marquette University. His research and writing projects have addressed social problems, deviance and social control, mental health and illness, family, and the self, all approached from an ethnomethodologically- informed, constructionist perspective. Amir B. Marvasti is Associate Professor of Sociology at Pennsylvania State University, Altoona. His research focuses on the social construction of deviant identities in everyday life. He is the author of Being Homeless: Textual and Narrative Constructions (Lexington Books 2003), Qualitative Research in Sociology (Sage 2003), Middle Eastern Lives in America (with Karyn McKinney, Rowman and Littlefield 2004), and Doing Qualitative Research: A Comprehensive Guide (with David Silverman, Sage 2008). His articles have been published in the Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, Qualitative Inquiry, Symbolic Interaction, and Critical Sociology. Karyn D. McKinney is an associate professor of sociology and women's studies at Pennsylvania State University, Altoona. Her research has focused on the role of race and racism in identity and experience. Her publications include Being White: Stories of Race and Racism (Routledge, 2005), Middle Eastern Lives in America (with Amir Marvasti, Rowman and Littlefield, 2004) and The Many Costs of Racism (with Joe Feagin, Rowman and Littlefield, 2003). In addition, she has published articles in journals such as Race and Society, Social Identities, and Critical Sociology.