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In-text: (Corbin and Morse, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Corbin, J. and Morse, J., 2003. The Unstructured Interactive Interview: Issues of Reciprocity and Risks when Dealing with Sensitive Topics. Qualitative Inquiry, 9(3), pp.335-354.
In-text: (Dempsey, Dowling, Larkin and Murphy, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Dempsey, L., Dowling, M., Larkin, P. and Murphy, K., 2016. Sensitive Interviewing in Qualitative Research. Research in Nursing & Health, 39(6), pp.480-490.
In-text: (HUTCHINSON and WILSON, 1992)
Your Bibliography: HUTCHINSON, S. and WILSON, H., 1992. Validity Threats in Scheduled Semistructured Research Interviews. Nursing Research, 41(2), pp.117-119.
In-text: (Knox and Burkard, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Knox, S. and Burkard, A., 2009. Qualitative Research Interviews. Psychotherapy Research, 19(4-5), pp.566-575.
In-text: (Tourangeau and Yan, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Tourangeau, R. and Yan, T., 2007. Sensitive questions in surveys. Psychological Bulletin, 133(5), pp.859-883.
In-text: (Vogl, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Vogl, S., 2013. Telephone Versus Face-to-Face Interviews. Sociological Methodology, 43(1), pp.133-177.
In-text: (Wiggins and Stevens, 1999)
Your Bibliography: Wiggins, M. and Stevens, C., 1999. Social science research methods in aviation human factors. Aldershot: Ashgate.
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