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By Susanne Vogl

Kinder werden zunehmend selbst zu Informanten über ihre Lebenswelt. Dennoch fehlt weitgehend eine methodische und methodologische Auseinandersetzung mit dieser speziellen Zielgruppe. In dieser Studie wird die Durchführbarkeit telefonischer und face-to-face Leitfadeninterviews mit Kindern im modify von five, 7, nine und eleven Jahren untersucht. Besonderes Augenmerk gilt den verbalen, interaktiven und kognitiven Fähigkeiten der Kinder, die wiederum Einflüsse auf die Datenqualität sowie die inhaltliche Gestaltung von Leitfadeninterviews haben. Es zeigt sich, dass – wenn auch teilweise mit eingeschränkten Erkenntnismöglichkeiten – die Befragung in beiden Interviewmodi bereits ab einem jungen adjust möglich ist. Aufbauend auf den Analysen werden praktische Hinweise für die Befragung von Kindern abgeleitet.

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