If someone purporting to be carrying out research interviews some people, then summarizes the main points along with some choice quotations, I wonder if we would say that it was not really research at all, but journalism? I find it difficult to distinguish this approach from good journalism. That does not mean it is necessarily a bad thing to do, merely that if it is not research, we should not publish it in an archival research journal.
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