Learn how to Conduct a Semi-Structured Interview (for Research) [Canceled]
Please note: This event is canceled to help limit the potential exposure of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). For updated information on SF State’s response to COVID-19, visit the novel coronavirus information page.
Interviewing is pervasive in our society. When tuning into news, podcasts and radio, interviews help us make sense of our own life and our collective lives. But what makes up an interview? What are the basic techniques for conducting an interview for research? This workshop will provide some background to “the interview” as a basic form of data used in behavioral, social science and humanistic research while providing basic techniques for preparing for and conducting a semi-structured interview. Presented by Christopher Koenig, assistant professor of Communication Studies. Free.
- An Introduction to Practical Statistics, February 12
- Analyzing Social Media Data with Python, March 4
- Data: Where and How to Get It, March 11