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An interview for television.

An interview is a conversation between two or more people (the interviewer and the interviewee) where questions are asked by the interviewer to obtain information from the interviewee.

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Types of interviews

Employment-related

  • Panel Interviews
  • Two Interviewers
  • Face-to-face Interviews

Meal- time interview

Others

  • Satellite Interview

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Publications

Several publications give prominence to interviews, including:

Famous interviews


Study guide

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikiversity

Interviews are used to gather information from people for such purposes as job selection and for research. Interviews are typically associated with the survey research.

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Noun

Interview n. (genitive Interviews, plural Interviews)

  1. interview (for a newspaper etc.)

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Simple English

An interview is a conversation where somebody is trying to get information from another person. The person asking questions is called the interviewer and the person answering questions is called the interviewee. Police interview suspects and witnesses to a crime to try and find out what happened. Employers interview people trying to get a job to find out if they are a good person for the job. Researchers might use an interview to ask people to find how they feel about a certain issue. Interviews are often used in journalism to get information that can be used for stories on news shows or in newspapers.









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