The Mini-Report : Structured Interview P3

The Mini-Report : Structured Interview

Part 3 of 6

Interview Summary

For the whole interview, I felt that the interview were been doing quite good even some challenges are appear during the process. The interviewer expected to get rich information from the interviewee. Fortunately, the interview went according to all the main keys questions in the guideline and the interviewee had shared a lot of his experiences deeply from his heart and I got a lot of information about his motivation on pursuing master degree. However, some parts of the questions were not good at all because the answers of those questions were the same. It means that some answers were mentioned at the previous questions so that it make the interviewer feel uncomfortable and waste his time. Yet, the interviewee feel free to clarify that again because some questions are expected to have similar answers from one section to another. Indeed, some questions are complicated and the interviewee cannot answer but the interviewer tried to probe and raise some examples to facilitate the interviewee. Moreover, during the process of the interview, interviewer continue probing more information base on the guideline. The interviewer also felt comfortable and interesting in the information given be the interviewee as the interviewee get into a deeper level of self–disclosure.

In overall, the interviewer got a lot of interesting information about his motivation on pursuing his master degree; for instance, he come to this master program because he want to be a university lecturer and he also like studying as he said he will go on doctoral degree if possible. For the challenges, it is not a big problem for him because he can handle it well. He try to manage his time, money, and some school works and solve some family problems calmly. Still, he provide some strategies that he used to manage his problems and not all people can do like him, I thought.

References:

Anderson, G., & Arsenault, N. (1998). Fundamentals of Educational Research (2nd ed.).

USA, Philadophia: The Falmer Press, Taylor & Francis Inc.

Cohen, L., Manion, L., & Morris, K, (2007). Research Method in Educational (6thed.). New

York. NY: Roultledge.

Creswell, J. W. (2009). Research Design: Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods

approaches (3th ed.). USA: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Gay, L.R., Mills, G. E. &Airasian, P. (2009).Educational Research: Competencies for

Analysis and Applications (9th ed.). Ohio: Pearson.

Lodico, M. G., Spaulding, D. T., & Voegtle, K. H. (2010). Methods in educational research:

From theory to practice (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][:km][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text responsive_align=”left”]

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The Mini-Report : Structured Interview

Part 3 of 6

Interview Summary

For the whole interview, I felt that the interview were been doing quite good even some challenges are appear during the process. The interviewer expected to get rich information from the interviewee. Fortunately, the interview went according to all the main keys questions in the guideline and the interviewee had shared a lot of his experiences deeply from his heart and I got a lot of information about his motivation on pursuing master degree. However, some parts of the questions were not good at all because the answers of those questions were the same. It means that some answers were mentioned at the previous questions so that it make the interviewer feel uncomfortable and waste his time. Yet, the interviewee feel free to clarify that again because some questions are expected to have similar answers from one section to another. Indeed, some questions are complicated and the interviewee cannot answer but the interviewer tried to probe and raise some examples to facilitate the interviewee. Moreover, during the process of the interview, interviewer continue probing more information base on the guideline. The interviewer also felt comfortable and interesting in the information given be the interviewee as the interviewee get into a deeper level of self–disclosure.

In overall, the interviewer got a lot of interesting information about his motivation on pursuing his master degree; for instance, he come to this master program because he want to be a university lecturer and he also like studying as he said he will go on doctoral degree if possible. For the challenges, it is not a big problem for him because he can handle it well. He try to manage his time, money, and some school works and solve some family problems calmly. Still, he provide some strategies that he used to manage his problems and not all people can do like him, I thought.

References:

Anderson, G., & Arsenault, N. (1998). Fundamentals of Educational Research (2nd ed.).

USA, Philadophia: The Falmer Press, Taylor & Francis Inc.

Cohen, L., Manion, L., & Morris, K, (2007). Research Method in Educational (6thed.). New

York. NY: Roultledge.

Creswell, J. W. (2009). Research Design: Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods

approaches (3th ed.). USA: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Gay, L.R., Mills, G. E. &Airasian, P. (2009).Educational Research: Competencies for

Analysis and Applications (9th ed.). Ohio: Pearson.

Lodico, M. G., Spaulding, D. T., & Voegtle, K. H. (2010). Methods in educational research:

From theory to practice (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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