Two new videos on creative interviewing by Jennifer Mason

“Creative” interviews are a form of interview that is qualitative, flexible, loosely or semi-structured (non-standardised) and involves the construction of data and knowledge through processes that can be seen as ‘creative’ in some way. We have two new resources on this topic:

  1. In this clip, Jennifer talks about creative interviewing: what it is; how to go about it; how it fits into and affects research design, data generation and analysis; and what skills are important in order to get the most out of this approach.http://www.manchester.ac.uk/realities/resources/videos/creative_interviewing/
  2. The next clip is a recording of a presentation given by Jennifer titled “What is Creative Interviewing?”, part of a methods@manchester seminar series http://www.methods.manchester.ac.uk/events/whatis/creativeinterviewing/