Online Interviewing is a short, accessible and highly practical introduction to designing and conducting online interviews in qualitative research. James and Busher focus on helping the reader to understand the methodological and epistemological challenges of carrying out online interviews in the virtual environment. This is an ideal introduction for anyone who is interested in using online methods and who has an interest in the theory of the method.
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Engaging with Research Participants Online
The Displacement of Time and Space in Online Research
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