Qualitative research methods: Interviewing as a way of learning and knowing

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@article{7dd74bc26c34484ab88ed4ab39256aa5,
title = "Qualitative research methods: Interviewing as a way of learning and knowing",
abstract = "This paper is based on the keynote talk that I gave on the EAHIL+ICAHIS+ICLC 2015 Workshop in Edinburgh. A starting point for the talk was the theme for the Workshop: “Research-minded: supporting, understanding, conducting research”. Some features of qualitative research are presented and a number of methodsare mentioned before zooming in on interviewing, discussing some aspects of that method with examples from my own work. As a conclusion the importance of understanding the limitations of research both for researchers and those taking part of the results is emphasised.",
keywords = "qualitative research, reproductive health, contraceptives, information literacy, information seeking behaviour, qualitative research, information seeking behaviour, information literacy, contraceptives, reproductive health",
author = "{Rivano Eckerdal}, Johanna",
year = "2016",
language = "English",
volume = "12",
pages = "36--39",
journal = "Journal of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries",
issn = "1841-0715",
publisher = "European Association for Health Information and Libraries",
number = "1",

}