Chapter 6 Quiz By George Waddell Posted 17 February 2021 In Chapter 6 Quiz2021-02-172021-02-17https://www.performingmusicresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/pmr-logo.pngPerforming Music Researchhttps://www.performingmusicresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/pmr-logo.png200px200px 0 These questions test your knowledge of the content of Chapter 6. A focus group interview is so called because it focuses on one area of investigation.TrueFalse What type of interview would be most appropriate when the interviewer wishes to allow a participant to tell a story in their own words, influenced as little as possible by predetermined questions?Focus group interviewSemi-structured interviewOpen interviewStructured interview An interview schedule is a document outlining the timeline for an interview study.TrueFalse __________ interviews make use of a flexible interview schedule that allows for a degree of pre-planning and a degree of spontaneity while carrying out the interview. A structured interview is an interview in which the interviewer follows a fixed schedule in which the order and wording of the __________ has/have been decided in advance. What type of interview questions aim to elicit further detail and richness on a particular topic?Structuring questionsProbing questionsPrompting questionsDirect questionsInterpreting questions In a qualitative interview study, most of the questions should be open questions.TrueFalse __________ allows the interviewer to test the overall design of the interview schedule, develop their interviewing skills, and to test the proposed interview format. As a rule of thumb, the interviewer should talk more than the participant.TrueFalse What kind of interview questions are based on assumptions and/or encourage participants to answer in a certain way, and should be avoided in interview studies?Steering questionsBiased questionsPushing questionsLeading questions Time is Up! George Waddell Recent PostsHello world! Leave a Comment Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.