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Interviewing Principles and Practices: Applications and Exercises

Author(s): Charles J Stewart

Edition: 14

Copyright: 2013

Pages: 184

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Courses in the principles and practices of interviewing, by their nature, require a variety of oral and written exercises and applications that build interpersonal skills in the interviewing context.

Charles Stewart’s Interviewing Principles and Practices: Applications and Exercises provides students with detailed exercises and applications for basic types of interviewing such as information getting, information getting, and persuasive and for specialized types of interviewing such as journalistic, recruiting, employment seeking, performance review, counseling, and health care.

Exercises help students learn how to open and close interviews, structure interviews, ask and respond to questions, be active and critical participants, and evaluate interviews. Assignments and critique forms have built-in flexibility so instructors may incorporate them into a variety of courses and units and provide insightful feedback to students.

Students and instructors may use this text with a number of books and lecture formats, but it is best suited for use with Interviewing: Principles and Practices authored by Charles J. Stewart and William B. Cash, Jr., published by McGraw-Hill.

A few of the many changes and new material featured in the new 14th edition of Interviewing Principles and Practices: Applications and Exercises include:

  • Personal Fact sheet
  • Ice Breaker Interview Assignment
  • Types and Uses of Interviews
  • Probing Question Exercise
  • Common Question Pitfall Exercise
  • Employment Interviewing Assignment
  • Responding to Behavior-Based Questions
  • Responses to Unlawful Questions
  • Applicant Question Schedule Exercise
  • Critical Thinking Exercise

Chapter One: Introduction to Interviewing
Ice Breaker Interview Assignment
Types and Uses of Interviews
Approaches to Interviewing Exercise
Identification of Questions Exercise
Probing Question Exercise
Common Question Pitfall Exercise
Interview Schedules Exercise
Question Sequences Exercise
Interview Opening Exercise
Interview Closing Exercise
Skills Building Interview Assignment
Skills Building Interview Critique: Form A
Skills Building Interview Critique: Form B

Chapter 2: Informational Interviewing
Information Giving Exercise
Survey Interviewing Exercise
Identification of Survey Questions Exercise
Interviewee Responses to Informational Questions
Informational Interview Assignment
Informational Interview Critique: Interviewer Form A
Informational Interview Critique: Interviewer Form B
Informational Interview Critique: Interviewee Form A
Informational Interview Critique: Interviewee Form B

Chapter 3: Employment Interviewing
Employment Interviewing Assignment
Position Description Form
Application for Employment Form
Recruiter Worksheet for the Employment Interview
Employment Interview Critique: Recruiter Form A
Employment Interview Critique: Recruiter Form B
Employment Interview Critique: Applicant Form A
Employment Interview Critique: Applicant Form B
Interview Plan for the Recruiter
EEO Quiz
Recruiter Questions Exercise
Interview Plan for the Applicant
Self-Analysis Prior to Employment Interviewing
Cover Letter for Analysis
Resume Clinic
Responding to Behavior-Based Questions
Responses to Unlawful Questions
Applicant Question Schedule Exercise

Chapter 4: Persuasive Interviewing
Persuasive Interview Assignment
Persuasion Role Playing Cases
Sample Persuasive Interview Preparation Report Form
Persuasive Interview Preparation Report Form
Persuasive Interview Critique: Interviewer Form A
Persuasive Interview Critique: Interviewer Form B
Persuasive Interview Critique: Interviewee Form A
Persuasive Interview Critique: Interviewee Form B
Critical Thinking Exercise
Identification of Persuasive Tactics Exercise
Tests of Evidence Exercise

Chapter 5: Performance Review Interviewing
Performance Review Interview Assignment
Performance Review Cases
Performance Interview Critique: Interviewer Form A
Performance Interview Critique: Interviewer Form B
Performance Interview Critique: Interviewee Form A
Performance Interview Critique: Interviewee Form B

Chapter 6: Counseling Interviewing
Counseling Interview Assignment
Counseling Role Playing Cases
Counseling Interview Critique: Counselor Form A
Counseling Interview Critique: Counselor Form B
Counseling Interview Critique: Counselee Form A
Counseling Interview Critique: Counselee Form B

Chapter 7: Health Care Interviewing
Health Care Interview Assignment
Health Care Role Playing Cases
Health Care Interview Critique: Interviewer Form A
Health Care Interview Critique: Interviewer Form B
Health Care Interview Critique: Interviewee Form A
Health Care Interview Critique: Interviewee Form B

Chapter 8: Field Interview Project
Field Project Assignment
Stage 2: Field Project Proposal Critique
Stage 3: Field Project Interview Guide
Stage 5: Field Project Post-Interview Report
Record for Field Project Interviews
Field Interview Critique Form

Chapter 9: Course and Instructor Evaluation
Course and Instructor Evaluation Form

Charles J Stewart

Charles J. Stewart received his BS degree from Indiana State University and his MA and PhD degrees
from the University of Illinois. He is presently a Professor Emeritus at Purdue University where he
taught from 1961 to 2009 and was named the Margaret Church Distinguished Professor of Communication
in 2004. He taught undergraduate courses in interviewing, persuasion, presentational speaking,
and small group communication and graduate courses in persuasion and social movements, the rhetoric
of conspiracy, apologetic rhetoric, and extremist rhetoric on the Internet. 

Stewart received five teaching awards from the Department of Communication at Purdue University,
the Charles B. Murphy Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching from Purdue University, and
the Donald H. Ecroyd Award for Outstanding Teaching in Higher Education from the National Communication
Association. He was a Founding Fellow in the Teaching Academy at Purdue University and
is listed in Purdue’s Book of Great Teachers. 

Stewart has served as a consultant to such organizations as the Internal Revenue Service, the American
Electric Power Company, Batesville Management Services, the Indiana State Teachers Association,
Libby Foods, the United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters, and the Indiana University School of
Dentistry. He is currently serving as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children (CASA).

Stewart has published articles, chapters, and books on interviewing, counseling, and persuasion. His books include Interviewing: Principles and Practices (with William B. Cash, Jr.), Funeral Service Counseling, Persuasion and Social Movements (with Craig A. Smith and Robert E. Denton, Jr.), and Explorations in Rhetorical Criticism (with Gerald P. Mohrmann and Donovan J. Ochs).

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