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The effect of joint interviewing on the performance of gender

Abstract:

The authors report a series of controlled comparisons of fifty-eight one-to-one qualitative interviews and thirty-seven mixed-sex joint interviews on the same health-related topics. Their analysis identifies comparative keyword frequencies and is supported by qualitative investigations of keywords in context, drawing on existing relevant knowledge of common gender differences in language choice. Gender differences are reduced and women's perspectives are more prominent in joint interviews, so...

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10.1177/1525822X07313837

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Charteris-Black, J More by this author
Dumelow, C More by this author
Ziebland, S More by this author
Journal:
FIELD METHODS
Volume:
20
Issue:
2
Pages:
107-128
Publication date:
2008-05-05
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EISSN:
1552-3969
ISSN:
1525-822X
URN:
uuid:b2ac05cd-adeb-4af0-9a0a-d8a779f43211
Source identifiers:
215944
Local pid:
pubs:215944

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