Semi-Structured Interview

A semi-structured interview is a qualitative research method that combines predetermined questions with the flexibility to explore additional topics or follow-up on responses as needed. Unlike structured interviews with fixed questions, semi-structured interviews allow for a more conversational approach, enabling researchers to probe deeper into participants’ responses, clarify ambiguities, and uncover new insights while still maintaining a basic structure. This method offers a balance between standardization and flexibility, allowing researchers to gather rich, detailed data while ensuring consistency across interview

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