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Interviewing in Social Work-Imran Ahmad Sajid

Interviewing in Social Work-Imran Ahmad Sajid

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This is my assignment which I conducted while persuing my Social Case Work course at the Department of Social Work, university of peshawar.

Imran Ahmad Sajid
This is my assignment which I conducted while persuing my Social Case Work course at the Department of Social Work, university of peshawar.

Imran Ahmad Sajid

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ASSIGNMENT
INTERVIEWNG TECHNIQUESINSOCIAL CASEWORK 
Submitted by
Imran Ahmad 
M.A
previous
(evening)Class No. 22
2007-08
Submitted toDr. Sara Safdar
 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK UNIVERSITY OF PESHAWAR 
 
Assignment
 
Interviewing in social work 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
Contents Page#
1.
Introduction
01
Definition-
2.
Interviewing in Social Work 
02
Definition, Description
3.
Kinds of interview in Casework 
04
Single and series of interviews
4.
Technical Assessment Principles
04
Person, problem, situation-intervention systemTask implementation
5.
Techniques of Interviewing
05
Meaning of techninques
6.
1
.Acceptance
05
7.
2.
Observation,
3.
Listening
06
8.
4.
Art of Questioning
07
 
9.
5.
Answering the Questions
08
 
10.
6.
Leadership of Direction
09
11.
7.
Interpretation
09
 
12.
8.
Closing the Session
09
13.
Conclusion
10
14.
References
11
By:
 Imran Ahmad 
 MA
 previous evng 
 
Assignment
 
Interviewing in social work 
Introduction
Every individual in one or other way is an interviewer and interviewee and most ofteninterview or conversation on day to day matters take place between them. In our daily life,the conversation between the teacher and student, doctor and patient, lawyer and intervieweeare the examples of the interview. Or TV interview suchas HOT SEAT, a PTV World program in which a wellknown personal of the country is interviewed, or SUCHHAY a public oriented interviewing program of PTVWorld in which the streets people are interviewed..
Definition
Robart Kahn and Charles Connell has defined interview as
A specialized pattern of verbal interaction-initiated for a specific purposefocused on some specific content are, with consequent elimination of extraneous material. Moreover,
the interview is the pattern of interactions inwhich the role relationship of interviewer and respondent is highly specialized 
An interview is a
basic process of communication in which two or more persons interact to achieve some goals
. Essentially an interview is apurposeful conversation.
An interview is a
conversation between two or more people where questionsare asked to obtain information about the interviewee.
 A scientific method through which a person enters into the inner life of astranger 
(P.V. Young)
A face-to-face interpersonal situation in which one ask the question from other to get answer related to the existing social problem
(Kerienger)
 A process of dyadic, relational communication, with a predetermined anserious purpose designed to interchange behavior and involving the asking and answering of questions
(O’Hair, Page 267)
.
We can say that interview is a data collection procedure involving verbal communication between the interviewer and the interviewee. In simple words an interview is a two wayconversation between interviewer and interviewee for collecting information about existingsituation or problem.
(
 Alam. A)
P.V. Young says, “the interview may be regarded as asystematic method by which a person enters more or less imaginatively into the inner life of acomparative stranger.” Interview is fundamentally a process of social interaction. In theinterview two persons are not just present at the same place, but also influence each other emotionally and intellectually.
(Khalid. M)
By:
 Imran Ahmad 
 MA
 previous evng 

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