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In times of recession, it is common for people to cut back on their spending. This qualitative study looks at how consumers have changed their spending habits in response to the recession. The study will ask participants about their experiences and what innovative strategies they have used to save money.

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Question: Is A semi-structured open-ended interview technique is appropriate for the following qualitative research topic: “ A Phenomenological Study of the Consumer behavior changes in Recession: what innovative strategy (300 words minimum)

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Yes, semi-structured open-ended interview technique is an appropriate qualitative research method for the research topic mentioned above. This technique allows the researcher to explore the topic more deeply, as the interviewee is able to reflect on their experiences, feelings, beliefs, and opinions related to the particular subject matter. Semi-structured open-ended interviews are flexible in nature, allowing the interviewer to ask general questions and then follow-up with more specific and probing inquiries based on the responses of the interviewee. Interviews conducted in this way often produce in-depth, qualitative data, which can be very helpful in gaining insight into the research topic. The objective of the qualitative research mentioned in the topic is to gain an understanding of the changes in consumer behavior during a recession, as well as to uncover innovative strategies that businesses can use to survive during such a period. In order to achieve these goals, semi-structured open-ended interviews are a suitable choice. When conducting semi-structured open-ended interview, the interviewer should begin by introducing the topic, providing enough context to give the interviewee a sense of why the research is being conducted. This will help to establish a trusting relationship between the interviewer and the interviewee, and may encourage the interviewee to open up and provide more detailed information and insights. The interviewer should then ask open-ended questions that encourage the interviewee to elaborate, reflect, and provide concrete examples related to the topic. For example, the researcher could ask questions such as: “How did you personally respond to the economic recession?”; "What strategies did your business use to adjust to the recession?"; “What innovative strategies have proven successful during the recession?”. In addition to focusing on the interviewee’s responses, the interviewer should also be paying attention to the interviewee’s body language and facial expressions. This can provide valuable insight into how the interviewee is feeling about the topic and can help to uncover information that the interviewee may not have realized they were providing. Finally, the interviewer should attempt to summarize the key points of each interview so that there is a clear understanding of the interviewee’s perspectives on the topic. Summaries can also be used to compare and contrast the responses of different interviewees and help the researcher gain a clearer understanding of the research topic.

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Jan. 22, 2023, 9:09 a.m.

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