|Life history interview||
Unstructured interview where the aim is to gain an entire biography of each respondent.
|Life history method||
Often referred to as the biographical method, this method emphasizes the experience of research subjects and the changing events and phases through the life course.
A scale of consecutive values used to respond to a question (e.g. Strongly agree to strongly disagree; or very good to very poor). It is typically used to measure attitudes.
A research design that involves measurement of multiple observations over an extended range of time.