The Seeking Safety study is based on research which included data from court files of 1 122 protection order applications during 2004 to 2006, from 19 of the 31 magistrates' courts in place at the time of the study, 46 key informant interviews in 19 locations--mainly with magistrates and clerks of court involved in applying the law; group discussions with traditional leaders, police and magistrates; 14 follow-up interviews with clerks of court, social workers and a magistrate; and also an examination of reported and unreported court judgments to see how the Combating of Domestic Violence Act features in criminal cases.
What does KII stand for?
KII stands for Key Informant Interview (information gathering)
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We have 17 other meanings of KII in our Acronym Attic
- Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities (George Mason University; Fairfax, VA)
- Kuopio Ischaemic Heart Disease Risk Factor Study (Finland)
- Kazakhstan International Healthcare Exhibition
- Kenosha Ice Hockey League (Wisconsin)
- Kangaroo Island Health Retreat (Australia)
- Keewaytinook Internet High School (Balmertown, Ontario, Canada)
- Kent Island High School (Stevensville, Maryland)
- Knowing Is Half the Battle
- Klima in Historischen Zeiten (German: Climate in Historical Times)
- Kappa Iota Iota (Virginia)
- Koch Industries Incorporated (Kansas)
- Korea Information Infrastructure (South Korea)
- Kudos Information, Inc. (now Sigma Kudos)
- Kyocera International, Inc. (San Diego, CA)
- Kinomichi International Instructors Association (martial arts)
- Koninklijk Instituut Voor Internationale Betrekkingen
- Karawang International Industrial City (West Java, Indonesia)
- Kentucky Information in Cyberspace (Bowling Green, KY)
- Key Investor Information Document
- Kerala Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The study used 71 key informant interviews and a survey of 1,748 health providers employed at a representative sample of health facilities.
Nine focus groups and key informant interviews were conducted.
Method 2, Key Informant Interviews Interviews were conducted with 25 "key informants"--people who are experts in certain areas of service delivery, leaders of local governments, and administrators of countywide health and human services.
Methodology Focus group discussions and key informant interviews were the data collection methods.
The country reports used information from literature review; statistical analysis from various national survey data; as well as key informant interviews (5).
Various anthropological research methods were employed during the Field School, including key informant interviews, key word listing, kinship charting, material culture inventory, and participant observation.
The one complaint is that the key informant interviews are from 1995-1996, a decade ago, before the current boom in urban housing ownership.