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Title Benefits of participating in Internet interviews: Women helping women
Author Beck, C. T.
Source Qualitative Health Research, 15, 3, pp. 411-422
Year 2005
Access date 29.07.2005
Abstract

Advantages of face-to-face qualitative interviews for participants have been addressed in the literature. The benefits of participating in qualitative interviews over the Internet, however, have yet to be discussed. Based on the experiences of 40 women who made up the sample for an Internet study on birth trauma, the author describes in this article the benefits reaped by these mothers through their participation in qualitative e-mail interviews. She used content analysis to identify these benefits. Seven themes emerged: experiencing caring by being listened to and acknowledged, sense of belonging, making sense of it all, letting go, being empowered, women helping women, and providing a voice.

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Year of publication2005
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