Community interviews

Topic:

Methods

Definition:

“…in community interviews, the investigator(s) asks questions, raises issues, and seeks responses from the participants. The primary interactions are between the interviewer(s) and the participants rather than among participants. Community interviews take the form of public meetings open to all community members. The date and location of the meeting are announced in advance. The number of participants tends to be large (more than 15 persons)”

References

Kumar, K., World Bank (Eds.), 1993. Rapid appraisal methods, World Bank regional and sectoral studies. World Bank, Washington, D.C. http://documents1.worldbank.org/curated/en/888741468740959563/pdf/multi0page.pdf

 

 

Last Updated:

Nov. 2020
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