Asked by: Jianping Kaszyckasked in category: General Last Updated: 7th March, 2020
How long is an in depth interview?
Consequently, what is an in depth interview?
In-depth interviewing is a qualitative research technique that involves conducting intensive individual interviews with a small number of respondents to explore their perspectives on a particular idea, program, or situation.
Beside above, how are in depth interviews presented? In-depth interviews are a qualitative data collection method that involves direct, one-on-one engagement with individual participants. In-depth interviewing can take place face-to-face, or –– in some cases –– over the phone. In-depth interviews are sometimes referred as depth interviews, or by the a acronym IDI.
Regarding this, how long should a qualitative interview last?
Semi-structured in-depth interviews are the most widely used interviewing format for qualitative research and can occur either with an individual or in groups. Most commonly they are only conducted once for an individual or group and take between 30 minutes to several hours to complete.
How many in depth interviews is enough?
Enough is Enough Consequently, the “sweet spot” sample size for many qualitative research studies is 15 to 20 homogeneous interview participants. Now, determining the number of cases to include in a multiple case study project is another issue and I will put forth a post on that in the next few weeks.