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Reconceptualising the Interview

An Assemblage of Affect

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In our present “interview society” (Atkinson and Silverman, 1997), interviewing, as a method of gathering information, has become almost a routine technique and a taken-for-granted activity (Mishler, 1986, Gubrium and Holstein, 2003b, Weiss, 1994).

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Henderson, L. (2013). Reconceptualising the Interview. In: Vicars, M., McKenna, T. (eds) Discourse, Power, and Resistance Down Under. Transgressions. SensePublishers, Rotterdam. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6209-509-0_10

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