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

Individual Interview 5

 

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Interview 5 Schedule

 

Now forming part of the Intimacy Strand within the Families and Social Capital ESRC Research Group at London South Bank University, the study focused more centrally on social capital at this stage. Whilst the key research themes persisted and young people were still asked to reflect back and project into the future, social mobility and social change, networks, community were also explicit interview concerns. The place and meaning of the couple relationship was also given more specific space-in keeping with its growing significance in our increasingly adult sample. Interviews (N=70) 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.

 

Youth Transitions

Year

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Tools

Individual Interview 5

 

Individual Interview 6

Narrative Analysis

Case Profile Analysis

NUD*IST Analysis

 

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