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When conducting a qualitative study, it is important to use an interview technique that will allow the participants to share their experiences and thoughts freely. Semi-structured open-ended interviews are an excellent way to do this because they allow the participants to talk about their experiences in their own words. This allows the researchers to understand the participants’ thoughts and feelings more fully.

How to use the semi-structured open-ended interview technique in qualitative research


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Question: Explain how the semi-structured open-ended interview technique can be employed in the following qualitative research topic: “ A Phenomenological Study of the Consumer behavior changes in Recession: what innovative strategy?”

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Semi-structured open-ended interviews could be employed for this qualitative research topic by having participants answer a series of open-ended questions that allow for a rich exploration of the topic. These questions could include: How have your consumer behaviors changed since the recession hit? What are the primary drivers behind these changes? What strategies do you use to deal with the current economic climate? What other strategies could you use to make the most of the current economic conditions? Are there any innovative strategies or products you have heard of that others are using to deal with the recession? How effective do you feel they are? Is there any advice or guidance you would give to those facing the same situation? This type of semi-structured interview would allow for a comprehensive exploration of the phenomenon and help to identify potential innovative strategies that people are using to respond to the recession.

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Jan. 22, 2023, 9:04 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, January 22, 2023

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