Food for the Hungry Logo Barrier Analysis: A Tool for Improving Behavior Change Communication in Child Survival and Community Development Programs
 
Background Information
 
What is Barrier Analysis
 
How to Conduct Barrier Analysis
1.
Defining the goal, behavior & target group
2.
Developing the behavior question
3.
Developing questions about determinants
4.
Organizing the analysis sessions
5.
Collecting field data
6.
Organizing and analyzing results
7.
Using the results
 

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  Developing Questions About Determinants: Individual Interviews

Individual Interviews

Another way to execute this step of Barrier Analysis is by conducting individual interviews. When preparing your questionnaire for these interviews, you will need to develop questions to examine each of the eight determinants mentioned previously.

The following generic questions can be modified to develop your survey questions. We have highlighted in parentheses the part of the question that would be changed if you changed the behavioral focus of your program. We have organized the questions below by the category of determinant they address.

Try to format the questionnaire so that you are always starting questions on a given determinant on a new page. In this way, you can later pull the questionnaire apart and have one person tabulate all of the responses related to a given determinant.

Developing Question Guides for Use with Individual Interviews (15kb)

 

 

  Developing Questions About Determinants
Focus Groups
Individual Interviews
  Good Interviewing Techniques

 

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