(a) Interviewing is a face-to-face conversation in which at least one party has a specific, serious purpose. As such it is perhaps the most common form of planned communication. Describe the stages when conducting the interview.
(b) The exchange of information that goes on between the interviewer and interviewee could be guided by some basic ethical guidelines and responsibilities. Explain the ethics of interviewing with regard to the obligations of the interviewee and interviewer.
(c) Interviews are done in different contexts. Show List situations where interviews are relevant.