See daily schedule.
A more specific bibliography will be distributed during the course.
Prospective participants interested in this course should be familiar with basic literature on interviewing such as those below. The very basics of interviewing will not be taught in this as they are presumed known. Participants who are unsure whether they have the required perquisites for this course are advised to contact the instructor before enrolling.
Arksey, Hilary and Knight, Peter (1999). Interviewing for Social Scientists. London: Sage.
Gillham, Bill (2005). Research Interviewing. The Range of Techniques. Maidenhead: Open University Press/MacGraw-Hill.
Holstein, James A. and Gubrium, Jaber F. (1995). The Active Interview. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Kvale, Steinar and Brinkmann, Svend (2014). InterViews : Learning the Craft of Qualitative Research Interviewing. London: Sage, 3rd edition.
Ritchie, Jane, Lewis, Jane, McNaughton Nicholls, Carol and Ormston, Rachel (eds) (2013). Qualitative Research Practice. A Guide for Social Scienists and Researchers. London: Sage. (the first edition of the same book, 2003, is fine as well).
Rubin, Herbert J. and Rubin, Irene (2012). Qualitative Interviewing : The Art of Hearing Data. Thousand Oaks etc. : Sage.
Weiss, Robert (1994). Learning From Strangers. The Art and Method of Qualitative Interview Studies. New York: The Free Press.
Bevir, Mark (ed.) (2010). Interpretive Political Science. 4 vol. Los Angeles: Sage.
Gubrium, Jaber F. and Holstein, James A. (eds) (2001). Handbook of Interview Research. Context and Method. London : Sage, 1st edition.
Gubrium, Jaber F., Holstein, James A., Marvasti, Amir B. and McKinney, Karyn D (eds) (2012). Handbook of Interview Research. The Complexity of the Craft. Thousand Oaks : Sage, 2nd edition.
Fielding, Nigel G. (ed.) (2002). Interviewing. London: Sage, 4 vol.
Fielding, Nigel (ed.) (2008). Interviewing II, 4 vol. London: Sage.