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It is a great collection of texts on a postmodern view of interviewing, essential for anyone interested in a more reflective understanding of interviewing in qualitative research. Especially the essay on the interview society by Gubrium and Holstein is key for making students reflect on the role of the interview for contemporary societies and in the fashioning of (post)modern subjectivity.
I find this book extremely useful in making an attempt to understand in general the term 'postmodern' especially when interviews are used as a research instrument. I really liked chapter 3 where the postmodern trends in interviewing were discussed mentioning feminism, phenomenology etc.
I find this book extremely useful in adressing postmodern interviewing issues.
Detailed analysis on postmodern perspectives of research when engaging in interviews during research. Offers a particularly valuable discussion on the role of the researcher within the interview process.
This is a good text for students to learn the interview process and how to divide the line between fact and fiction
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