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Unit 36- Interview Techniques for Creative Media Production
Transcript of Unit 36- Interview Techniques for Creative Media Production
for example - "what are your views on the war of terror?" closed questioning- dont let the interviewee express their opinions as detailed as perhaps they would like to. Closed question are usually answered with a yes or a no. interviewee's with something to hide would prefer this question as its hiding their true opinions.
for example "do you think that we were wrong to invade?" -hard news- taking a serious approach (question time)
-Combative- aggressive approach- almost like an attack
-Light- Hearted- for entertainment purposes (chat show)
-Investigative- purpose to find the truth whilst looking at the facts
-Promotional- when an actor of director releases a new film- we see a chat show promoting it (ellen degeneras) direct questioning- attack the subject head on. These kind of questions dont leave room for escape. Usually very aggressive and lead to heated interviews.
for example- "Did you invade iraq with the knowledge that there were no nuclear weapons?" suggestive questioning- highly manipulative and already implies the answer even before the interviewee answers themselves. This type of question is seen to discredit the interviewee and does not allow them to portray their opinions.
for example- "I imagine its been quite an enjoyable summer for you?" Structure of an interview Introductional Questioning - begininning the interview - finding out more about the interviewee- for example - 'whats your name?' 'how are you?'
Developmental Questioning - learning more about the interviewee - for example - 'what was your first job?' 'how did you progress in your pervious jobs?'
Key Questioning - asking the vital questions of all the things that are important to the interview - for example 'what skills do you have that will help you in this job?' 'why do you want to work for this company?' also key questions are whether the interviewee has any criminal convictions and is eligable to work in the U.K.
Conclusive Questioning - finishing up the interview and finding out the last few things about the interviewee - for example - 'is there anything you would like to add?' 'how did you find it?'