Handbooks of Research Methods in Management series
Edited by Mark N.K. Saunders and Paul Tosey
Chapter 14: And what kind of question is that? Thinking about the function of questions in qualitative interviewing
This chapter explores qualitative interviewing, drawing from a project that investigated managers’ metaphors of work–life balance, informed by a practice called ‘Clean Language’. The chapter highlights the function of questions in interviews and considers how to design and ask questions in order to elicit data of good quality.
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