The Stimulated Recall Interview Coding System SRI-CS : Manual 1.0
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Stimulated Recall Interview Coding System SRI-CS : Käsikirja 1.0 Wahlström, Jarl; Kykyri, Virpi-Liisa (2021)
Entrevistas de Recuerdo Estimulado: ¿Cómo la entrevista de investigación puede contribuir a nuevas prácticas terapéuticas? [Stimulated Recall Interviews: How can the research interview contribute to new therapeutic practices?] Vall, Berta; Laitila, Aarno; Borcsa, Maria; Kykyri, Virpi-Liisa; Karvonen, Anu; Kaartinen, Jukka; Penttonen, Markku; Holma, Juha; Seikkula, Jaakko (Aigle, Centro de Estudios Humanos, 2018)The subjective experiences of participants in couple therapy have been explored through Stimulated Recall Interviews (SRIs), in which both clients and therapists come individually to watch video clips of their therapy ...
Constructing knowledge : epistemic practices in three television interview genres Koskela, Heidi (University of Jyväskylä, 2011)This study analyses epistemic practices in broadcast television interviews, focusing on three different interview genres: celebrity interviews, sports interviews and political interviews. In the analysis I examine the ...
The Discursive Struggles of the Client–Worker Relationship in the Social Services Nykänen, Hanna; Mikkola, Leena (Pagepress, 2020)This study examines how disability service workers identify the discourses of the client-worker relationships. We studied the clientworker relationship from the perspective of the relational dialectics theory with a focus ...
The salience of a prior relationship between researcher and participants : Reflecting on acquaintance interviews Roiha, Anssi; Iikkanen, Päivi (Elsevier BV, 2022)This article aims to contribute to the discussion on interviews in qualitative research. More specifically, we focus on acquaintance interviews (Garton & Copland, 2010), that is, interviews in which the interviewer and ...