Torbjørn Herlof Andersen Det kvalitative forskningsintervjuet som ideal for den profesjonelle samtalen? Antaget til publicering januar 2008

Torbjørn Herlof, Andersen Førstelektor, Høgskolen Gjøvik
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This article highlights conversation as an event in a professional context, arguing that there are basic ethical conditions shared across different categories of professional conversations, most explicitly expressed in relation to qualitative research interviews. Supervisory/consultative and therapeutic conversation are discussed in light of the research interview, arguing that in professional conversation, methods and categorisation are less important than ethical consciousness. Placing method
more » ... ess. Placing method at centre stage in understanding therapy or supervision/consultation involves a risk of objectivising the other. In the qualitative interview the interviewee is considered an intersubject. Conversation understood as a reality-construction makes it logical to take an interest in what is happening there, especially for the professional as a co-creator of his "findings".
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