Rare Oslo Opportunity: Biographic-Narrative Interview Training: 2-days Interview-Training-intensive in November;
tirsdag 15. november 2016 kl. 10:30 på KHiO og tretten andre tidspunkter
Research interviewing for (auto)biographic narratives is being used more and more in sociology and psychology but also in applied areas such as health, education, organisational relations, etc. However, it is hard to get well-developed full training in the mindful conducting and using structured open-narrative interviewing both systematically and sensitively.
One method is BNIM (the biographic narrative interpretive method) which has carefully designed clear and systematic protocols and training for both the three-session BNIM interviewing and the two-track BNIM case-interpretation, describing and interpreting lived experience.
Tom Wengraf is author of Qualitative Research Interviewing: biographic narrative and semi-structured method (Sage Publications). For the last 20 years, he has been using and researching this biographic narrative interpretive method (BNIM), training and supporting other researchers in its use, and publishing frequently in this area. He is a founding trustee of the Association for Psychosocial Studies and was formerly Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Social Research Methods at Middlesex University and an Honorary Research Fellow at the Birkbeck Institute of Social Research, University of London.
Tuesday November 15th:
TFA panel with visitors (Teller Flow Analysis)
In Oslo in November 2016, there will be a 2-day full BNIM interview training intensive on November 17th and 18th.
Held at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Fossveien 24, 0551, Oslo. It will be a small group of around 4-8 trainees. The fee is 2700 Norwegian crowns (NOK) for the two days, including full materials and further free tuition afterwards.