Semistructured interviews involve an interviewer asking some prespecified, open-ended questions, with follow-up questions based on what the interviewee has to say. This Reflections on Methodology post describes a semistructured interview protocol recently used to explore how children who experience poverty perceive their situations, their economic status, and public benefit programs.
Evidence from Ten Experimental Welfare-to-Work Programs
Evidence from Random Assignment Studies of Welfare and Work Programs
The Effects of Welfare Reform Policies on Marriage and Cohabitation
Patching Together Care for Children When Parents Move from Welfare to Work
Ethnographic Evidence from Working Poor Families in the New Hope Intervention