Video-stimulated recall interviews in qualitative research
Nguyen, Nga Thanh, McFadden, Amanda, Tangen, Donna J., & Beutel, Denise A. (2013) Video-stimulated recall interviews in qualitative research. In Australian Association for Research in Education Annual Conference (AARE 2013), 1 - 5 December 2013, Adelaide, South Australia.
Video stimulated recall interviewing is a research technique in which subjects view a video sequence of their behaviour and are then invited to reflect on their decision-making processes during the videoed event. Despite its popularity, this technique raises methodological issues for researchers, particularly novice researchers in education. The paper reports that while stimulated recall is a valuable technique for investigating decision making processes in relation to specific events, it is not a technique that lends itself as a universal technique for research. This paper recounts one study in educational research where stimulated recall interview was used successfully as a useful tool for collecting data with an adapted version of SRI procedure.
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|Item Type:||Conference Paper|
|Keywords:||Video-stimulated recall, stimulated recall interviews, qualitative research|
|Divisions:||Current > Schools > School of Cultural & Professional Learning
Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Faculty of Education
|Deposited On:||31 Mar 2014 03:04|
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