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Conflict interviews

A technique by which people with differing behaviours and/or attitudes are recruited into a pair, triad or group discussion. The interviewing process is used to explore and dramatise the differences between these positions. Although a highly effective research approach, it requires sensitive handling by the facilitator.

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