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Blogs by Ruth Sayers

Jan
6
2017

Lived experiences in research – opportunities and problems
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The roles of a therapist and a research interviewer have different goals, but both involve personal conversations. And both challenge us to think about how we use our lived experience to facilitate a conversation, how it may affect what is said to us and how we interpret that

The researcher is often described as having power in an interview situation – she sets the agenda and guides the conversation, and may be perceived as having a more powerful status than the interviewee.

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