depth interview Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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depth interviewnoun [C]

uk   us   (also in-depth interview) MARKETING
an occasion when someone is ​asked detailed ​questions, for ​example, about the ​products or ​services that they ​buy or would like to ​buy: Depth ​interviews are a useful ​type of ​qualitativemarketresearch, and are often to be ​preferred to ​focusgroups.
depth interviewing
noun [U] (also in-depth interviewing)
Depth ​interviewing often ​requires repeated ​sessions with the ​interviewee.
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