Module 22 - Finding, Analyzing, and Documenting Information
Appendix 22-B: Using PAIBOC to Design
Purpose: What are your purposes in writing?
To convey the necessary information and to build a good
image of myself—suggest that I’ve adequately planned
for the interview, thought through the questions, and so
Audience: Who is (are) your audiences?
My instructor may or may not have specialized
knowledge or feelings about the topic or my survey or
Information: What information must your
Answers to the following questions listed in the problem.
Purpose(s) and goal(s) of questionnaire and
Subjects (who they are, why they’ve been chosen,
and how many of them)
Where questions will be asked, how long interviews
will take, and now the questionnaire will be
Rationale for order, kinds, and the wording of
Probe or follow-up questions for interviews.
References, if building on questions by other authors.
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