Lesson 1: THE HUMANISTIC FRAMEWORK FOR INTERVIEWER SKILLS

Lesson 1: THE HUMANISTIC FRAMEWORK FOR INTERVIEWER SKILLS

The course in Theory and Technique of the Interview ll Learning contains the following:

  • Lessons in video format with explaination of theoratical content.
  • Complementary activities that will make research more about the topic , as well as put into practice what you studied in the lesson. These activities are not part of their final evaluation.
  • Texts supporting explained in the video.
  • Evaluation questionnaire, that will grant access to the next lesson after approval.

Research interviews have been portrayed in a variety of different ways, but they can most simply be seen as a conversation between an interviewer and respondent, which sets out to provide data for the former. As such all interviews have their basis in human interaction. An awareness and knowledge of interpersonal skills has been an invaluable asset to the inquiry process, so it seems sensible to use theory which addresses human interaction in order to make sense of the processes involved. The framework offered here is based on the humanistic psychology of Carl Rogers, which forms the basis for much contemporary work in human relations and interpersonal skills development. The purpose of this humanistic framework is to raise awareness of the means by which interviewers can move towards influencing the interview interaction in facilitative ways, and mirrors Rogers’ pragmatic concerns with understanding and enhancing human interaction. Rogers’ argues that there are three fundamental attitudinal qualities in facilitative relationships.

 

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