Full course description
A thoughtful, organized interview protocol can act as a solid framework for a researcher to work off of, but physically conducting the interview is an art of its own. How one conducts an interview determines the quality and amount of information any given interview will produce. Good researchers need to be prepared if things don't go according to plan and to be able to apply their skills and strategies to a variety of situations.
After completing this block you will be able to:
approach sensitive topics that may arise during an interview
build rapport with an interviewee while remaining neutral
determine the impact of body language during an interview
ask appropriate follow-up questions
Block Developers: Densu Dixon, Aliya Jawad, Sara Hoffman, Maria Young, and Shanna Daly