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(New page: {{StatsPsy}} A '''semi-structured interview''' is a method of research used in the social sciences. While a structured interview has a formalized, limited set questions, a semi...)
 
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A semi-structured interview is a method of research used in the social sciences. While a structured interview has a formalized, limited set questions, a semi-structured interview is flexible, allowing new questions to be brought up during the interview as a result of what the interviewee says. The interviewer in a semi-structured interview generally has a framework of themes to be explored.

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