Interviewing History

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Interviewing History

Interview Timeline

Fontana & Frey, “The Interview.”

1886

1935

WWII

1940s

1950s

History

"Booth embarked on a comprehensive survey of the economic and social conditions of the people of London"

Charles Booth

Opinion Polling became popular when the American Institute of Public Opinion was created

George Gallup

Paul Lazarsfeld

"He became instrumental in directing the Bureau of Applied Social Research. Two other "survey organizations" were also formed: the National Opinion Research Center and the Survey Research Center"

Herbert Blumer and Howard Becker

The two "formalize[d] and [gave] impetus to sociological ethnography... [I]nterviewing began to lose both the eclectic flavor given to it by Booth and the qualitative accent of the Chicago School members."


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