Analyzing data from interviews
Do you get stuck in your research because you don't know what to do with the data from the interviewees? If so, you are not the only one.
Many students think that analyzing interviews is easy. Often they are disappointed. Usually, it takes a lot of work to organize the data in such a way before they can begin the real analysis and write a report on the results of the interviews.
Our paper contains a step-by-step plan that explains how you can professionally process the data from interviews. In this way, you will prevent bias and you will be able to give a good answer to your research question. It will still be a lot of work, but you will get much better results, so that your research becomes credible.
Let me give you one tip already
If you still have to conduct the interviews: prepare the interviews thoroughly. A closed-ended interview is often better than an open interview or a semi open interview. If you have already conducted the interviews: structure the data. You can read all about this in this paper.
I wish you the best of luck with your research!
Foeke van der Zee
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