Wednesday, July 10, 2013


Question 1

What is the main difference between a focus group and a group interview?

Question 2

How have focus groups been used in media and cultural studies?

Question 3

Why is it particularly difficult to get an accurate record and transcript of a focus group session?

Question 4

When might it be useful to conduct a relatively large number of focus groups?

Question 5

What is the role of the moderator in a focus group?

Question 6

What are "natural groups" in the context of focus group research?

Question 7

What should the moderator say in their introductory remarks?

Question 8

What are the two main forms of group interaction that Kitzinger identifies in focus group sessions?

Question 9

Why have feminists argued that focus groups successfully avoid "decontextualizing" their participants?

Question 10

Which of the following is not a limitation of the focus group method?

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