ASA10: The Interview - theory, practice, society
Queen's University, Belfast, 13/04/2010 – 16/04/2010
Jointly creating liveable stories: the interweaving of ethics, rapport and discursive surrounds
The intricacies of doing fieldwork among homeless people
Extensive Interview: Inverse Relationship between Sensitivity and Closeness behind Truth
"When I'm speaking about my Lord, I cry": (auto)biography as a 'folk' method for the unmaking and making of persons.
Biographical Narratives and the Europeanization of Professional Identity within the EU Institutions
The dynamics of the autobiographical narrative interview situation
Multiple locations, multiple time: how to spot and analyse it in a biographical interview?
Learning From Three Interview Contexts Over Thirty Years
Set and Setting: Contextualising the Lives and Interviews of Recovering Heroin Users and their Researchers
Collaborating in History: Anthropologists, Archaeologists and the Cree First Nation, Québec, Canada
The interview as communicative practice between and beyond languages: Metapragmatic awareness and indexicality in the Central Andes
The Problems with gossip: Reflections on the ethics of conducting multi-sited ethnographic research
The danger of knowledge
Empathic relations with Tamil refugees: Challenging morality and calling for ethics of knowledge
Encounters with moral choice in social inquiry
Real Life Role-Play
Participant observation and interview - the dialogue between two methods and two people, mediated by a machine.
Subjects' performance as a response to the social proximity with the researcher - reflections on conducting interviews within the researcher's own migrant group.
Anthropology as Engaged Listening: An Ethnographic Study
'Different times' and other Altermodern possibilities: Filming interviews with children as ethnographic 'wanderings'
talking culture: dealing with 'authentic rhetoric' in interviews
Talking and acting for your rights: the interview in an action research setting
Dialogues with Anthropologists
Biographical Lessons: Life Stories, Sex, and Culture in Bushbuckridge, South Africa
The transcendent subject? biography as a medium for writing 'life and times'
Lives told through leprosy in India
Negotiating culture, space and identity: how non-traditional and innovative methods can support interviews with children
Children of emigration: an exploratory study of the acculturation experience of Polish adolescents in Ireland
Do no harm? A medical anthropological examination of the possible negative consequences of focus group research in areas of conflict
War veterans on Holiday - Closure and Pleasure
Recalling what was once unspeakable: hunger in North Korea
Form's of denial in Gulag's memory.
Men of their words: making sense of men's corporeal practices through interviews
The explicitation interview: investigating the pupils' corporeal experience in a contemporary dance class
From gestures to sensory judgments: using video-interview method to elicit mundane and professional skills.
A method for the constitution of experience
P11 Current concerns in contemporary critical medical ethnography: resisting a structural anaemia in respect to a new politics of evidence
What can I say? Dilemmas of ethnographic practice and product in public health research
Integrating interviews into quantitative domains: reaching the parts controlled trial can't reach
'Just telling it like it is?' The origins of suicidal behavior of immigrant young women in the Netherlands entangled in feminist truth claims and the politics of multiculturalism
Making Visible and Protecting Invisibility: "Functional" Constipation and the Politics of Writing up Narrative-Ethnography
The use of the Interview by service user researchers with marginalised groups
"Telling us your hopes": Ethnographic lessons from a communications for development project in Madagascar
Knowing Me, Knowing your Mum: (Auto)biographical researching
'People like us can't say that': The Irish professional social class talk about their attitudes to immigrants
Sewa Mwadale, the Feast for the Collective Dead (30 min)
Sermiligaaq 65°54'N, 36°22'W (2008, 63 min)
The Crocodile, the Cobbler, and Bob (2009, 20 min)
The Way of the Road (2009, 60 min)
Asking them, asking us, and losing trust? The quandary of being asked to comment in an online dispute in eastern Germany
(How) do we interview children about the worst bushfires near Melbourne, Australia?
Castling space: An ethnographic investigation of public spheres in Joubert Park, Johannesburg
Interview case studies with Japanese heart transplant recipients: the effectiveness of using a semi-structured interview technique and further considerations
Comparing interview transcripts and survey data of lesbian, gay and bisexual youth: puzzles of reliability, validity and ontology
Public ethnography in contested spaces: The impact of context
On the record. Ethics, control and vulnerability in the interview process.
The subjectivities of 'the interview' considered in a grammatical light
Applied social policy and the qualitative interview – still ‘the poor cousin’?
The social life of interview material
The interview, voice and text
The interview as a form: dialectical, focussed, ambiguous, special
Scale, translation, and measure in the interview
Interviewing in time
‘Finding the talk’: negotiating knowledge and knowledge transfer in the field
On reactionary reflexivity
Victims of political violence and the importance of interviews: some methodological reflections
Not being there: interviews and the anthropological imagination
Instances of inspiration: interviewing dancers and writers
Dream dialogues: interviewing the ‘other’ within
The interview and new challenges in teaching and learning anthropology