A focus group interview without group dynamic

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This video shows a focus group interview about a music video. The interviewees answered the questions in the same order of how they seat from the left to the right for the whole time. They did not seat around a round table rather they sat in a row horizontally on separate desk chairs. So they did not see each other the whole time and just looked at somewhere else while others are answering. There is no group dynamic at all which is one of the pros for group interview, encouraging participants to answer more actively and getting fresh insights from them. They looked boring the whole time, and I can't tell the mediator is promoting group dynamic in this focus group interview. He is neither in the middle of them nor close to them. This focus interview couldn't maximize the pros of group interview method.

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