Course Project: Part 1 – Conducting Research through Interviews
When interviewing your subjects, try to select a diverse set of individuals as possible; that means get a variety of ages, ethnicities, races, and genders.You may want to have a notebook with you to make sure you ask each subject all the questions and in the same way. We learned in Week 1 that the results could be different if we ask a question in a different way. Be sure to record everything your interviewees say so you do not forget. Also, check out the following site for tips on creating questionnaires: Constructing a Questionnaire.
Perform the following tasks:
|Gradable items in assignment
|Describedwhether you liked or disliked this research. Explain why.
|Described the questioning process with your subjects and their comfort level during the interview.
|Described the difficulties or challenges you encountered when writing the questionnaire or with completing this assignment.
|Responses are free of spelling and grammatical errors.
Write a 500-word narrative, following the interviews that address the following questions:
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