1.Where are the questions open or ended? What was the purpose? How was itstructured? Give an example of one of the questions asked.Theinterview started with a family background question and ended with...

Where are the questions open or ended? What was the purpose? How was it
structured? Give an example of one of the questions asked.

interview started with a family background question and ended with what the
future of computing will be. For instance, a question was asked by David
Allison about which quality you got from your family that helped you shape your
career at Microsoft. The purpose of this interview was to get an overview of
Bill Gates' life and success story.

What was the format of the questionnaire-interview?

format of this interview was structured, which means a specific set of
questions were asked.

Explain in your opinion, the strengths and weaknesses of the questionnaire or
interview you have chosen.

my opinion, the strength of this interview that I have chosen is that the
questions was very clear, because of which the viewers will clearly understand
the information. On the other hand, it has one weakness too, which is that the
answers was very lengthy, which made the interview very long.

What do you feel were some of the limitations of the questionnaire or

to my perception, the one major limitation of the questionnaire or interview is
that it is a very time-consuming process. Apart from this limitation, there is
one more: in some cases, the interviewers need to travel across the country or
to different cities to conduct face-to-face interviews, which, according to me,
is a very chaotic process according to me.

How did the researchers report their findings? Were they objective, or did they
make value judgments?

researchers collect data in a variety of ways, including through fieldwork,
experiments, interviews, and a variety of other methods. According to me, the
researchers make both objective and value judgments because a research report
gives us an opinion about the rightness and wrongness of something.

Do you feel this is a good way to conduct research? Why? Why not?

I think it is a great way to conduct research because it allows us to collect
richer and more detailed outcomes than any other research method. Moreover, I
think in this kind of research we get very emotional reactions.

Jan 20, 2023

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