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Changing identities as we cross the borderlands: Communicatively negotiating life course transitions with spirit (work in progress)
Unformatted Document Text:  ICA-12-10652 16 Focus Group Sense-Making Methodology Interview Questions****Each of the following questions will be presented to the group, one by one. The questions will be shown as a Power Point presentation and as individual handouts. First, each individual in the group will be asked to give individual answers without interruption or comment by the others. After all the individual answers have been heard, the group will be asked to make additions or comments based on everything they have heard. 1. During the situation in which you drew upon your spirituality, what was significant about what happened? 2. As you consider your life, what situation comes to mind in which you drew upon your spirituality to help you move through it? 3. What happened in the situation? 4. Keeping in mind the situation, what was happening in your life that made it significant? 5. Keeping in mind the situation when you drew upon your spirituality, was there anything helpful that happened in this situation? What was helpful? 6. With the situation in which you drew upon your spirituality in mind, was there anything that was an obstacle or hurtful in the situation? What was it? 7. With the same situation in mind, were there any consequences that came from this situation? What were they? The following format will be used to transcribe the videotapes responses. Group Description: (who, what, when, where, how, etc.) Question One:First person’s comment Second person’s comment Etc. Additions on the second round:First addition Second addition Etc. And so on. _________________________________________________________________________ **** The protocol for the Sense-Making group interview is derived from Dervin & Clark, 1987.

Authors: Clark, Kathleen. and Hill, Patricia.
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ICA-12-10652
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Focus Group Sense-Making Methodology Interview Questions****
Each of the following questions will be presented to the group, one by one. The questions
will be shown as a Power Point presentation and as individual handouts.

First, each individual in the group will be asked to give individual answers without
interruption or comment by the others.

After all the individual answers have been heard, the group will be asked to make additions
or comments based on everything they have heard.

1. During the situation in which you drew upon your spirituality, what was significant about
what happened?

2. As you consider your life, what situation comes to mind in which you drew upon your
spirituality to help you move through it?

3. What happened in the situation?

4. Keeping in mind the situation, what was happening in your life that made it significant?

5. Keeping in mind the situation when you drew upon your spirituality, was there anything
helpful that happened in this situation? What was helpful?

6. With the situation in which you drew upon your spirituality in mind, was there anything
that was an obstacle or hurtful in the situation? What was it?

7. With the same situation in mind, were there any consequences that came from this
situation? What were they?

The following format will be used to transcribe the videotapes responses.

Group Description: (who, what, when, where, how, etc.)

Question One:
First person’s comment
Second person’s comment
Etc.
Additions on the second round:
First addition
Second addition
Etc.
And so on.

_________________________________________________________________________
****
The protocol for the Sense-Making group interview is derived from Dervin & Clark, 1987.


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