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  1. Interviews

    Evaluation Option
    Anna Varney interviews a fisherman in barangay Granada, Boljoon, Cebu by Jill Harris

    Interviewing is a fundamental methodology for both quantitative and qualitative social research and evaluation. Interviews are conversations between an investigator (interviewer) and a respondent (‘interviewees’, ‘informants’ or ‘sources’) in which questions are asked in order to obtain information. Interviews seek to collect data and narrative information in order to better understand the respondent’s unique perspectives, opinions, and world-views.