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Bogner, Alexander

Interviewing Experts

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Expert Interviews — An Introduction to a New Methodological Debate
Alexander Bogner, Beate Littig, Wolfgang Menz

Part I. Theoretical Concepts: Methodology of Expert Interviews

2. The Expert Interview and Changes in Knowledge Production
Michael Meuser, Ulrike Nagel

3. The Theory-Generating Expert Interview: Epistemological Interest, Forms of Knowledge, Interaction
Alexander Bogner, Wolfgang Menz

4. At Eye Level: The Expert Interview — a Talk between Expert and Quasi-expert
Michaela Pfadenhauer

5. Interviewing the Elite — Interviewing Experts: Is There a Difference?
Beate Littig

Part II. Methodological Practice: Generating Data

6. On Interviewing “Good” and “Bad” Experts
Jochen Gläser, Grit Laudel

7. Interviewing Experts in Political Science: A Reflection on Gender and Policy Effects Based on Secondary Analysis
Gabriele Abels, Maria Behrens

8. Expert Interviews on the Telephone: A Difficult Undertaking
Gabriela B. Christmann

9. Expert versus Researcher: Ethical Considerations in the Process of Bargaining a Study
Vaida Obelenė

Part III. Fields of Application: Applications of Expert Interviews in Different Fields of Research

10. How to Interview Managers? Methodical and Methodological Aspects of Expert Interviews as a Qualitative Method in Empirical Social Research
Rainer Trinczek

11. Expert Interviews in Interpretive Organizational Research
Ulrike Froschauer, Manfred Lueger

12. Between Scientific Standards and Claims to Efficiency: Expert Interviews in Programme Evaluation
Angela Wroblewski, Andrea Leitner

13. The Delphi Method: Eliciting Experts’ Knowledge in Technology Foresight
Georg Aichholzer

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Comparative Politics, Methodology of the Social Sciences, Political Science

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Research Methods Series
Page amount
293 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230244276
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-30575-9

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