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Youth Values
(1996-1999)
InventingAdulthoods
(1999-2001)
Sample Maintenance
(2001-2002)
Youth Transitions
(2002-2006)

Individual Interview 3

 

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Interview 3 Schedule

 

Young people were given a more concrete basis for setting the agenda in this interview in that those who had completed a memorybook and remembered to bring it to the interview, were encouraged to use this as the interview's basis. Certain themes (Advice, Role Models, Tensions, Trust, Project of Self, Critical Moments, Nationality) and topics (Education, Work, Leisure, Relationships, Home Life and Family, Health, Birth/deaths, Trouble) were pursued in discussion. In the absence of a memorybook, a more in-depth topic guide was more heavily relied upon. Interviews (N=98) took on average one hour and were recorded on audio cassette tapes. Issues of consent, confidentiality and anonymity were reconfirmed at the start and end of the interview. Fieldnotes and narrative analyses were completed post-interview.

 

 

Inventing Adulthoods

Year

1999

2000

2001

Tools

Questionnaire

Individual Interview 3

Individual Interview 4

Lifelines

NarrativeAnalysis

Case Profile Analysis

Individual Int. 2

Lifeline & Analysis

Narrative Analysis

Questionnaire

Focus G. & Analysis

NUD*IST Analysis

Memorybook Analysis

 

Memorybooks

 

Cross-Cut Analysis