By Ian Brace, Karen Adams
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The topic guide usually takes the form of a list of questions, prompts or topic areas which respondents are asked to talk about. Unlike a structured questionnaire, the questions in a topic guide are always open-ended, requiring respondents to give an extended answer in their own words. Topic guides are the key tool for those carrying out qualitative interviews with individuals (depth interviews) or with groups of people (discussion groups, also known as focus groups). Depth (or in-depth) interviews are carried out by specially trained interviewers and are used for a wide variety of reasons.
Speak to the people responsible for creating and keeping records. If you intend to use the client’s records, try to find out how comprehensive they are before deciding what categories of information you will take from them. ᔡ Check IT formats and requirements. Have you got the appropriate technology? Check on what is needed to read records and reports before you begin the research process. ᔡ Check – and double-check – any restrictions on the use of the data you find. Researchers are obliged to adhere to strict ethical guidelines.
This is because the aim of the project is usually to uncover a range of ideas on a subject, rather than measure how widely held they are. ᔡ How easy is it to contact your sample? In some areas of research it can be very difficult to create a large sample simply because the people you would like to speak to are very difficult to contact. This can be the case when you need to interview senior managers, specialists, or even people who simply don’t have a phone. ᔡ How much time and money do you have?
An Introduction to Market & Social Research: Planning & Using Research Tools & Techniques (Market Research in Practice Series) by Ian Brace, Karen Adams