Interviewing friends

This week's guest blog post on interviewing friends was co-authored by Jennifer Tesler, Sarah Stice, Jennifer Johnston, and Areeb Gul, who are graduate students at the University of Georgia. When it comes to qualitative interviewing, there has always been a focus on the relationship between the interviewer and the interviewee in terms of how to … Continue reading Interviewing friends

Interviewing women

This week's post is a screencast on interviewing women by Jiyea Park and Areeb Gul. Jiyea Park is a doctoral student in the Learning, Leadership, Organization Development at the University of Georgia (UGA). Jiyea was born in South Korea and has lived in Korea, China, and the U.S. Before joining UGA, Jiyea completed her undergraduate … Continue reading Interviewing women

Great reads… Robert Caro’s “Working”

Now in his 80s, author Robert A. Caro provides a wonderful example to other writers of not only how to keep going in spite of challenges, but how to conduct exemplary research. Caro has been awarded numerous prizes for his work – which includes biographies of urban planner Robert Moses, and a four-volume biography of … Continue reading Great reads… Robert Caro’s “Working”