Students interviewing students: the Aston-Hong Kong Project


This article provides an account of undergraduate sociology students conducting indepth interviews with international students from Hong Kong. The research is locating in a broader project of identifying rationales for the recruitment of international students. One of the shortcomings of previous research was that the student voice and rationale were missing. We have addressed this by involving undergraduate researchers in the collection and analysis of data. This project report draws on one of the reflections of the student researcher.

Divisions: Languages & Social Sciences > Sociology and Policy
Languages & Social Sciences
Uncontrolled Keywords: international students,students as researchers
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Published Date: 2009
Authors: Bolsmann, Chris H.
Ignatowicz, A.
Miller, Henry


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