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Data Collection (SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods)

Editat de W. (William) Paul Vogt
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Insufficient attention to collecting data is often to blame when a research project founders. So how can we avoid, at best, redoing the research and at worst, scrapping the project due to a lack of sufficient data? Data collection is the foundation of high quality research, but it is often given less attention than later steps in a research project, such as coding and analyzing data. The first step in implementing a research design is collecting the data. You first have to take care to gather appropriate types of and amount of data, because making adjustments later in the project can be prohibitive. This major work focuses on this neglected aspect of the research process. It is divided into five main sections that correspond to the broad types of research design and their associated sampling methods. The five categories of research design used to organize the selection are:
1.Surveys
2.Interviews
3.Experiments
4.Observations, including ethnographic
5.Archival and public sources of data
In each of the five sections, quantitative and qualitative data collection is discussed because each of these design types can be used to collect either or both types of data.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781847879301
ISBN-10: 1847879306
Pagini: 1664
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 251 mm
Greutate: 0.00 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Cuprins

VOLUME 1
Section 1: What Counts as Relevant Data?
Reconceptualizing Knowledge Accumulation in Sociology - Andrew Abbott
The Elephant in the Living Room: Or extending the conversation about the politics of evidence - Norman Denzin
Comparative Perspectives and Competing Explanations: Taking on the newly configured reductionist challenge to sociology - Troy Duster
Neurological Imaging as Evidence in Political Science - Dustin Tingley
History of and in Sociology - Charles Tilly
What has Sociology to Contribute to the Study of Inequality Trends? A historical and comparative perspective - Thomas DiPrete
The Imagination and Social Life - Jacqueline Adams
Naturalistic Inquiry and the Saturation Concept - Glenn Bowen
Replication Standards for Quantitative Social Science - Jeremy Freese
Improving Data Quality: Actors, incentives, and capabilities - Yoshiko Herrera and Devesh Kapur
VOLUME 2
Section 2: Data Collection in Survey Research
Section 2a: Survey Sampling for Data Collection
Participatory Survey Research - Emilio Parrado et al
An Empirical Test of Respondent-Driven Sampling - Cyprain Wejnert
Longitudinal Research at the Turn of the Century - Vilma Ortiz and Estella Godinez Ballon
Nonresponse Rates and Nonresponse Bias in Household Surveys - Robert Groves
Section 2b: Measurement in Survey Data Collection
Limitations of Stranger-Interviewers in Rural Kenya - Alexander Weinreb
Measuring Induced Abortion in Mexico: A comparison of four methodologies - Diana Lara et al
Meta-Analysis of Randomized Response Research - Gerty Lensvelt-Mulders et al
Sample Surveys with Sensitive Questions: A nonrandomized response approach - Ming Tan et al
Section 3: Interview Methods for Collecting Data
Section 3a: Eliciting Useful Responses (Data) in Interview Research
What to do With 'I Don't Know:' Elicitation in ethnographic and survey interviews - Hilary Parsons Dick
The Great Interview: 25 strategies for studying people in bed - Joseph Hermanowicz
Collecting Data from Elites and Ultra Elites: Telephone and face-to-face interviews with macroeconomists - Neil Stephens
Section 3b: Multiple Formats for Interview Data Collection
Eliciting Managers' Personal Values: An adaptation of the laddering interview method - Humphrey Bourne and Mark Jenkins
Learning in Focus Groups: An analytical dimension for enhancing focus group research - Victoria Wibeck et al
Fieldworker or Foreigner? Ethnographic interviewing in nonnative languages - Michaela Winchatz
Condom Semiotics: Meaning and condom use in rural Malawi - Iddo Tavory and Ann Swidler
Section 3c: Coding Interview Data
Analyzing Interview Data: The development and evolution of a coding system - Cynthia Weston et al
Intercoder Reliability for Validating Conclusions Drawn From Open-Ended Interview Data - Karen Kurasaki
Problematics of Grounded Theory: Innovations for developing an increasingly rigorous qualitative method - Jason Adam Wasserman et al
VOLUME 3
Section 4: Experiments and Data Collection
Section 4a: Varieties of Experimental Data Gathering
'Economic Man' in Cross-Cultural Perspective: Behavioral experiments in 15 small-scale societies - Joseph Henrich et al
The False Enforcement of Unpopular Norms - Robb Willer et al
Reasons and Inclusion: The foundation of deliberation - Erik Schneiderhan and Shamus Khan
Experimental Ethnography: The marriage of qualitative and quantitative research - Lawrence Sherman and Heather Strang
Section 4b: Collecting Data in Survey Experiments
An Experimental Comparison of Methods of Measuring Ethnicity - Tom Smith
Does Race Matter n Neighborhood Preferences? Results from a video experiment - Maria Krysan et al
Insiders, outsiders, and the editing inconsistent survey data - Mariano Sana and Alexander Weinreb
Section 4c: Alternatives to Randomized Control Trials for Gathering Data
Grades of evidence: Variability in quality of findings in effectiveness studies of complex field interventions - Madhabi Chatterji
Addressing self-selection bias in quasi-experimental evaluations of whole-school reform - Robert Bifulco
Ethics, data-dependent designs, and the strategy of clinical trials: time to start learning as we go? - C. R. Palmer
Observing the counterfactual? The search for political experiments in nature - Gregory Robinson et al
Section 5: Data Collection in Observational Research
Section 5a: Varieties of Observational Experience
People in Paces - Robert Zussman
Towards the Necessity of a New Interactive Approach Integrating Ethnology, Ecology, and Ethology in the Study of the Relationship between Kyrgyz Stockbreeders and Wolves - Nicolas Lescureux
Studying the New Media - Howard Becker
Section 5b: Collecting Data Using New Media
A Collective Ethnographer: Fieldwork experience in the Brazilian Northeast - Lygia Sigaud
Fieldnotes in Team Ethnography: Researching complementary schools - Angela Cresse et al
Ethnographic Approaches to the Internet and Computer-Mediated Communication - Angela Cora Garcia et al
Qualitative Research on Adolescents Risk Using E-Mail: A methodological assessment - Richard Hessler et al
Putting Social Context into Text: The semiotics of e-mail interaction - Daniel Menchik and Xiaoli Tian
Section 5c: Participant Observation for Collecting Data
Participant Observation in the Era of 'Ethnography' - Herbert Gans
Observer Behavior as a Source of Reactivity: Describing and quantifying observer effects in a large-scale observational study of police - Richard Spano
L'Intervention Sociologique after 25 Years: Can it translate into English? - Kevin McDonald
Bias as a Research Strategy in Participant Observation: The case of intergroup conflict - John Drury and Clifford Stott
VOLUME 4
Section 6: Collecting Data from Archival Sources
Section 6a: How to Evaluate Documents When Collecting Data
The File Drawer Problem in Reliability Generalization - Ryan Howell and Alan Shields
Repositioning Documents in Social Research - Lindsay Prior
Section 6b: Data Collection with Computerized Content Analysis
Lexical Cohesion Analysis of Political Speech - Beata Beigman Klebanov et al
On the State of Economic Content in Sociology - Richard Anderson-Connolly
Section 6c: Archival Sources for History of the Social Sciences
The Ethnographic Turn: Fact, fashion, or fiction? - Rebecca Culyba et al
Section 6d: Collecting Data Using Public Media
Finding Collective Events: Sources, searches, timing - Gregory Maney and Pamela Oliver
Characteristics of Medical Research News Reported on Front Pages of Newspapers - William Yuk Yeu Lai and Trevor Lane
'Entering the Blogosphere': Some strategies for using blogs in social research - Nicholas Hookway
Section 6e: Obtaining Data from Public Statistical Archives
The Official Statistics Olympic Challenge: Wider, deeper, quicker, better, cheaper - D. Tim Holt
America is Changing, and So is the Census: The American community survey - Nancy Torrieri
Tracking Official Development Assistance for Reproductive Health in Conflict-Affected Countries - Preeti Patel et al
Section 7: Collecting Data Ethically
Section 7a: General Overviews of Research Ethics
A Historical Interpretation of Deceptive Experiments in American Psychology - C.D. Herrera
Ethics and the Broader Rethinking/Reconceptualization of Research as a Construct - Yvonna Lincoln and Gaile Cannella
Section 7b: Governance and Ethics Review Boards
Ethics Creep: Governing social science research in the name of ethics - Kevin Haggerty
Research Ethics Review and the Sociological Research Relationship - Adam Hedgecoe
Section 7c: Ethics while Gathering Data with a Variety of Designs
The Art and Politics of Covert Research: Doing 'situated ethics' in the field - David Calvey
The Ethical Challenges of Field Research in Conflict Zones - Elisabeth Jean Wood
The Politics of Names: Rethinking the methodological and ethical significance of naming people, organizations, and places - Katja Guenthe
After the Interview - Carol Warren et al
Ethics in Qualitative Research and Evaluation - Ian Shaw
Random Assignment and Informed Consent: A case study of multiple perspectives - Robert Walker et al