A scientific answer questions is only possible if they just are precisely formulated, the relationships among the variables are clearly formulated and empirically (through systematic observation), the statements are verifiable. Interviews such as interviews are often used in journalism and in empirical social research. There, the question occupies a methodological position. There are different types of questions: closed questions these questions can usually relatively short and clearly answered. These questions can be basically Yes or no answer. “For example: are you married?” Unanswered questions these questions can usually not with a word or a sentence answer.
“Example: what were the key events in your childhood?” Alternative alternative questions (also: Yes-Yes question n) give the interviewed person only the possibility to choose between two or more predetermined responses. You apply therefore from sellers of any goods and services, to diminish the discretion of customers (sales). “Example: prefer the article in white or in black?” Suggestive questions a supposedly correct answer provided already in question, usually by a rating (E.g. based on a worldview) flows into the question. “Example: you don’t think that the Federal Government should be elected because of their miserable politics?” Rhetorical question no answer is expected. “Example: today, really?” Source: by de.wikipedia.org/wiki/…; Author does anyone have a question? Then ask now! Me.” 2012 copyright by Wolfgang Schwalm, all rights reserved! 05.08.2012 PDS, systemic communication: consulting, training, service WWWSchwalm,