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Researcher and Therapist: The Conversations of the Qualitative Interview

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This paper utilizes the methodologies of discourse analysis to examine the dialogic processes of the qualitative interview and to identify the implementation of therapeutic strategies employed by the interviewer in this context. It examines how these strategies extend or diminish the dialog between interviewer and respondent and how they contribute to the process and outcomes of the qualitative interview. It explores the nature of the qualitative interview as compared to the therapeutic encounter and considers the similarities and differences of the two processes. The therapeutic techniques included for analysis within this paper are empathy, reflective listening, focusing, and therapist self-disclosure. The text provides examples that analyze the applications and outcomes of these therapeutic techniques and presents extended portions of the individual interviews as a means of identifying the therapeutic strategies embedded in the dialog.
The paper will initially provide a general description of the qualitative interview and the therapeutic encounter. These descriptions will orient the reader to the nature of these processes and identify the basic strategies and goals of each methodology. These discrete, yet similar events provide a foundational framework for this project and offer a point of reference for other, more detailed analyses that demonstrate a blending of the two. A broad definition of discourse and discussion of discourse analysis will provide a brief overview of the strategies employed for this exploration and clarify the emphasis on interview process rather than interview content.

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Kelly, Nancy. "Researcher and Therapist: The Conversations of the Qualitative Interview" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott Hotel, San Diego, CA, May 27, 2003 <Not Available>. 2009-05-26 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p111936_index.html>

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Kelly, N. H. , 2003-05-27 "Researcher and Therapist: The Conversations of the Qualitative Interview" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott Hotel, San Diego, CA Online <.PDF>. 2009-05-26 from http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p111936_index.html

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Abstract: This paper utilizes the methodologies of discourse analysis to examine the dialogic processes of the qualitative interview and to identify the implementation of therapeutic strategies employed by the interviewer in this context. It examines how these strategies extend or diminish the dialog between interviewer and respondent and how they contribute to the process and outcomes of the qualitative interview. It explores the nature of the qualitative interview as compared to the therapeutic encounter and considers the similarities and differences of the two processes. The therapeutic techniques included for analysis within this paper are empathy, reflective listening, focusing, and therapist self-disclosure. The text provides examples that analyze the applications and outcomes of these therapeutic techniques and presents extended portions of the individual interviews as a means of identifying the therapeutic strategies embedded in the dialog.
The paper will initially provide a general description of the qualitative interview and the therapeutic encounter. These descriptions will orient the reader to the nature of these processes and identify the basic strategies and goals of each methodology. These discrete, yet similar events provide a foundational framework for this project and offer a point of reference for other, more detailed analyses that demonstrate a blending of the two. A broad definition of discourse and discussion of discourse analysis will provide a brief overview of the strategies employed for this exploration and clarify the emphasis on interview process rather than interview content.

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Conversations 1 Table of Contents The Qualitative Interview.......................................................................................................... 3 The Therapeutic Encounter ....................................................................................................... 4 The Nature of Discourse............................................................................................................ 6 Literature of discourses of identity........................................................................................ 7 The Analysis of Discourse ........................................................................................................ 8 Empathy............................................................................................................................... 10 Reflective listening.............................................................................................................. 12 Therapist/researcher self-disclosure .................................................................................... 15 References ............................................................................................. Abstract Conversation 2 This paper utilizes the methodologies of discourse analysis to examine the dialogic processes of the qualitative interview and to identify the implementation of therapeutic strategies employed by the interviewer in this context. It examines
Identity politics: Challenges to psychology’s understanding. American Psychologist 48 1219-1230. Seidman I.E. (1991). Interviewing as qualitative research: A guide for researchers in educaton and the social sciences. New York: Teachers College Press. Tannen D. (1990). You just don’t understand: Women and men in conversation. New York: Ballantine Books. Weiss R. S. (1994). Learning from strangers: The art and method of qualitative interview studies. New York: The Free Press. Wetherell M. S. & Potter J. (1987). Discourse and social psychology:Beyond


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