Researching Understandings of the Child in Intercultural Marriages: Trying Out a Hermeneutic Interview Protocol

Janine Tine & Julia Ellis
In interpretive inquiry, researchers need interviewing approaches that will create possibilities for insight and holistic understanding. A hermeneutic interview protocol was developed and refined over a number of years in the context of an interpretive inquiry course. In this study, one of the authors examines her experience with using this interview framework in a practice inquiry for her research on “understandings of the child” in intercultural marriages. The study identifies the misgivings and doubts she...
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