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Interviewing in a Changing World : Situations and Contexts.

By: Amsbary, Jonathan H.
Contributor(s): Powell, Larry.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Milton : Routledge, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (216 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351624114.Subject(s): Employment interviewingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Interviewing in a Changing World : Situations and ContextsDDC classification: 650.14/4 LOC classification: HF5549.5.I6 .A473 2018Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Section 1 Introduction -- 1 The Basics of Interviewing -- Types of Interviews -- Workplace Interviews -- Media Interviews -- Research Interviews -- Phases in the Interview Process -- Preparation -- Opening -- Q&A -- Closing -- Techniques for Interviews -- Question Sequence -- Verbal Tools -- Phrasing of Questions -- Improper Questions -- Monitoring -- Feedback -- Interview Structure -- Interviewer/Interviewee Relationship -- Nonverbal Issues in the Interview -- Touching -- Silence -- Eye Contact -- Smiling -- Body Movements -- Artifacts -- Territory and Space -- Vocalics -- Time -- Summary -- Section 2 Interviewing in the Organizational Setting -- 2 The Employment Interview: The Employer's Perspective -- The Purpose of Job Interviews -- The Interviewer's Preparation -- Assessing the Organization's Needs -- Advertising the Position -- Filtering the Applicants -- Conducting the Interview -- Assessing Capability -- Assessing Work Ethic -- Assessing Interpersonal Maturity -- The Behavioral Interview -- Varying by Employment Purpose -- College Graduates -- Clerical Positions -- Sales Positions -- Management Positions -- The Resume Probe -- Puzzle-Based Interviews -- The Legal Side of Employment Interviews -- Race and National Origin -- Political Beliefs -- Religious Beliefs -- Gender -- Summary -- 3 The Employment Interview: The Job Applicant's Perspective -- Starting the Process -- Resumes -- What to Do -- What Not to Do -- Cover Letters -- Portfolios -- Preparing for the Interview -- Set Goals -- Dress Appropriately -- Don't Be Late -- Getting off on the Right Foot -- Maintaining Your Composure -- Handling the Tough Questions -- Focusing on Salary -- Asking the Right Questions -- Practicing Mock Interviews -- Closing the Interview -- Post-Interview Behavior -- Dealing with Rejection -- Summary.
4 Online Employment Interviews: Changing the Game -- The Online Process: First the Ad and Then the Interview -- Online Interviews -- Nailing the Online Interview -- Preparation and Practice -- Technology and Setup -- The Interview -- Follow-Up -- Summary -- 5 Performance Appraisal and Exit Interviews -- Purposes of Appraisal Interviews -- Levels of Assessment -- Legal Issues -- Common Problems with Performance Reviews -- Outcome Performance Review -- Behavioral Evaluations -- Forced Ranking -- Improving Performance Appraisals -- Employee Responses -- The Exit Interview -- Summary -- Section 3 Interviewing in the Media -- 6 Newspaper Interviews -- The Priority of Accuracy -- The Interview Process -- Homework -- Arranging the Interview -- Conducting the Interview -- Closing the Interview -- Types of Journalistic Interviews -- News/Feature Interviews -- Press Conferences -- Roundup Interviews -- Reluctant Sources -- Levels of Confidentiality -- Summary -- 7 Interviews on Radio and Television -- The Soundbite -- Types of Broadcast Interviews -- Live Interviews -- Spot Interviews -- Public Official Interviews -- Celebrity Interviews -- Tricks of the Trade -- Spontaneity -- Nonverbal Behavior -- Ice-breakers -- Listening -- Repeating Questions -- Testing Equipment -- Establishing Rapport -- Opening the Interview -- Asking Questions -- The Other Side of the Microphone -- Telephone Interviews -- Checkbook Journalism -- Summary -- 8 Interviews in the Political Arena -- The Press Secretary -- Media Interviews -- Newspaper Interviews -- Broadcast Interviews -- Spin Doctors -- Priming -- Framing -- Word Choice -- Sunday News Shows -- Campaign Debates -- Legislative Hearings -- Summary -- Section 4 Research Interviews -- 9 Qualitative Research Interviews -- In-Depth Interviews -- Focus Groups -- Participant-Observation Research -- Data Analysis.
Ethical Questions -- Summary -- 10 Quantitative Research Interviews -- Public Opinion Surveys -- The Polling Process -- Questionnaire Development -- Sampling -- Interviewing -- What Can Go Wrong? -- Intercept Interviewing -- Mall Intercepts -- Exit Polling -- Convenience Interviews -- Mystery Shoppers -- The Ethics of Audience Analysis -- Pseudo-Polling -- Summary -- 11 Oral History Interviews -- Elements of Oral History -- Background Research -- Technical Preparations -- The Oral Interview -- The Written Transcript -- Back to the Library -- More Interviews -- Editing the Narrative -- Oral History for Academic Research -- Oral History as a Narrative of Family History -- Things to Consider -- Summary -- 12 Interviews in Context -- Forensic Interviewing -- Police Interviews -- Interviews for Lawyers -- Medical Interviews -- Functions of Medical Interviews -- Barriers to Effective Medical Interviews -- Types of Medical Interviews -- The Reverse Interview: What the Patient Should Ask the Doctor -- Summary -- Index.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Section 1 Introduction -- 1 The Basics of Interviewing -- Types of Interviews -- Workplace Interviews -- Media Interviews -- Research Interviews -- Phases in the Interview Process -- Preparation -- Opening -- Q&A -- Closing -- Techniques for Interviews -- Question Sequence -- Verbal Tools -- Phrasing of Questions -- Improper Questions -- Monitoring -- Feedback -- Interview Structure -- Interviewer/Interviewee Relationship -- Nonverbal Issues in the Interview -- Touching -- Silence -- Eye Contact -- Smiling -- Body Movements -- Artifacts -- Territory and Space -- Vocalics -- Time -- Summary -- Section 2 Interviewing in the Organizational Setting -- 2 The Employment Interview: The Employer's Perspective -- The Purpose of Job Interviews -- The Interviewer's Preparation -- Assessing the Organization's Needs -- Advertising the Position -- Filtering the Applicants -- Conducting the Interview -- Assessing Capability -- Assessing Work Ethic -- Assessing Interpersonal Maturity -- The Behavioral Interview -- Varying by Employment Purpose -- College Graduates -- Clerical Positions -- Sales Positions -- Management Positions -- The Resume Probe -- Puzzle-Based Interviews -- The Legal Side of Employment Interviews -- Race and National Origin -- Political Beliefs -- Religious Beliefs -- Gender -- Summary -- 3 The Employment Interview: The Job Applicant's Perspective -- Starting the Process -- Resumes -- What to Do -- What Not to Do -- Cover Letters -- Portfolios -- Preparing for the Interview -- Set Goals -- Dress Appropriately -- Don't Be Late -- Getting off on the Right Foot -- Maintaining Your Composure -- Handling the Tough Questions -- Focusing on Salary -- Asking the Right Questions -- Practicing Mock Interviews -- Closing the Interview -- Post-Interview Behavior -- Dealing with Rejection -- Summary.

4 Online Employment Interviews: Changing the Game -- The Online Process: First the Ad and Then the Interview -- Online Interviews -- Nailing the Online Interview -- Preparation and Practice -- Technology and Setup -- The Interview -- Follow-Up -- Summary -- 5 Performance Appraisal and Exit Interviews -- Purposes of Appraisal Interviews -- Levels of Assessment -- Legal Issues -- Common Problems with Performance Reviews -- Outcome Performance Review -- Behavioral Evaluations -- Forced Ranking -- Improving Performance Appraisals -- Employee Responses -- The Exit Interview -- Summary -- Section 3 Interviewing in the Media -- 6 Newspaper Interviews -- The Priority of Accuracy -- The Interview Process -- Homework -- Arranging the Interview -- Conducting the Interview -- Closing the Interview -- Types of Journalistic Interviews -- News/Feature Interviews -- Press Conferences -- Roundup Interviews -- Reluctant Sources -- Levels of Confidentiality -- Summary -- 7 Interviews on Radio and Television -- The Soundbite -- Types of Broadcast Interviews -- Live Interviews -- Spot Interviews -- Public Official Interviews -- Celebrity Interviews -- Tricks of the Trade -- Spontaneity -- Nonverbal Behavior -- Ice-breakers -- Listening -- Repeating Questions -- Testing Equipment -- Establishing Rapport -- Opening the Interview -- Asking Questions -- The Other Side of the Microphone -- Telephone Interviews -- Checkbook Journalism -- Summary -- 8 Interviews in the Political Arena -- The Press Secretary -- Media Interviews -- Newspaper Interviews -- Broadcast Interviews -- Spin Doctors -- Priming -- Framing -- Word Choice -- Sunday News Shows -- Campaign Debates -- Legislative Hearings -- Summary -- Section 4 Research Interviews -- 9 Qualitative Research Interviews -- In-Depth Interviews -- Focus Groups -- Participant-Observation Research -- Data Analysis.

Ethical Questions -- Summary -- 10 Quantitative Research Interviews -- Public Opinion Surveys -- The Polling Process -- Questionnaire Development -- Sampling -- Interviewing -- What Can Go Wrong? -- Intercept Interviewing -- Mall Intercepts -- Exit Polling -- Convenience Interviews -- Mystery Shoppers -- The Ethics of Audience Analysis -- Pseudo-Polling -- Summary -- 11 Oral History Interviews -- Elements of Oral History -- Background Research -- Technical Preparations -- The Oral Interview -- The Written Transcript -- Back to the Library -- More Interviews -- Editing the Narrative -- Oral History for Academic Research -- Oral History as a Narrative of Family History -- Things to Consider -- Summary -- 12 Interviews in Context -- Forensic Interviewing -- Police Interviews -- Interviews for Lawyers -- Medical Interviews -- Functions of Medical Interviews -- Barriers to Effective Medical Interviews -- Types of Medical Interviews -- The Reverse Interview: What the Patient Should Ask the Doctor -- Summary -- Index.

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<p>Jonathan Howard Amsbary is a Professor and the Graduate Director in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA. He serves as the Graduate Director for the Communication Management M.A. program.</p> <p> Larry Powell is a Professor of Communication Studies who teaches mass communication and communication management courses. He has worked for ten years as a full-time communication consultant and is ranked as one of the top 50 active communication researchers in the nation by Communication Monographs . He is the author of more than 80 academic articles and 8 books.</p>

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