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Interviewer’s three positions

Using the interview as a data gathering tool seemed to be an easy thing to do until I did my fieldwork. Manuals say that you must define what kind of interview you want to do and how to adapt: you need to be prepared (so your questions will directly relate to your problematic), be a good listener, and avoid inducing answers from your informants. When it comes to ethnographical interviews, boundaries are blurred since you try to break the artificial position that normally emerges when you conduct a discussion within a sterile context.

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