Structured and Indirect Interview:
The structured and indirect interview has become a techniques of unbiased research because the biases of the interviewer and to the interpreter are avoided. It has advantages overall the structured interviews and probes of the respondents. Instead of direct interviews the respondents are asked the questions indirectly. It is supported on the ground that the respondent knowledge perception and memory are conditioned by their attitudes. When the direct question fails to get an answer the interviewer can depend upon indirect questions. Greater knowledge reflects the strengths and direction of the attitude of the respondents. When the respondents do know the answers to the questions they guess them according to their attitude.