"This is a thoughtful and well written introduction to the topic. I assign it in multiple undergraduate and graduate classes I teach. The chapter on interview technique is particularly helpful, giving students useful advice on topics like how to avoid asking leading questions. Highly recommended." - Amy Bruckman, College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology Praise for Previous Editions! "A comprehensive perspective of the nature of qualitative inquiry and the art of interviewing..." - Theory and Research in Social Education "A good starting point for training new researchers." - The Journal of Higher Education"
About the Author
Irving Seidman is a professor of qualitative research and secondary teacher education at the School of Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.