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Qualitative Research

Editat de Alan Bryman, Robert G. Burgess
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Qualitative Research brings together all of the major topics and issues in qualitative research in this major work which assembles the best published material in this field. Collectively, the contributions: give a panoramic view of qualitative research today; reflect the international and interdisciplinary character of qualitative research; document the essential issues in qualitative research; and demonstrate the relations between different research traditions. Each of the four volumes carry an 8-10,000 word introduction which places the examination of qualitative research issues in the appropriate historical and intellectual context.
Volume 1 covers the fundamental issues about qualitative research, including epistemological ones. A wide range of case-studies are included.
Volume 2 covers the different methods with which qualitative research is associated.
Volume 3 deals with the analysis and interpretation of qualitative data, as well as with writing up the results of research.
Volume 4 contains selections relating to a wide range of specific issues in qualitative research in the appropriate historical and intellectual context.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780761962434
ISBN-10: 0761962433
Pagini: 1712
Dimensiuni: 174 x 255 x 123 mm
Greutate: 3.38 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Cuprins

VOLUME ONE: FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES IN QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
PART ONE: PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES
The Fundamental Concepts of Sociology - Max Weber
What Is Wrong with Social Theory? - Herbert Blumer
PART TWO: RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
The Debate about Quantitative and Qualitative Research - Alan Bryman
Deconstructing the Qualitative-Quantitative Divide - Martyn Hammersley
Attitudes toward Needle `Sharing' among Injection Drug Users - Robert G Carlson et al
Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods
PART THREE: DEFINING QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
Real Men Don't Collect Soft Data - Silvia Gherardi and Barry Turner
Method Talk - Jaber F Gubrium and James A Holstein
PART FOUR: RESEARCH DESIGN
Building Theories from Case Study Research - Kathleen M Eisenhardt
What Can Case Studies Do? - Jennifer Platt
Case and Situation Analysis - J Clyde Mitchell
PART FIVE: THE RESEARCH PROCESS
Library Access, Library Use and User Education in Academic Sixth Forms - Lawrence Stenhouse
An Autobiographical Account
Scholarship and Sponsored Research - Robert G Burgess
Contradiction, Continuum or Complementary Activity
Hired Hand Research - Julius A Roth
PART SIX: GAINING RESEARCH ACCESS
The Study of Southern Labor Unions Organizing Campaigns - Donald Roy
Playing Back the Tape - John Van Maanen
Early Days in the Field
PART SEVEN: SAMPLING
Decision Taking in the Fieldwork Process - Janet Finch and Jennifer Mason
Theoretical Sampling and Collaborative Working
Strategy for Getting Organized - Leonard Schatzman and Anselm L Strauss
PART EIGHT: USING INFORMANTS
In the Company of Teachers - Robert G Burgess
Key Informants and the Study of a Comprehensive School
Key Informant Interviews - Valerie J Gilchrist
VOLUME TWO: METHODS OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
PART ONE: PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION
Participant Observation - Paul Rock
The Participant-Observer as a Human Being - Herbert J Gans
Observations on the Personal Aspects of Field Work
Problems of Inference and Proof in Participant Observation - Howard S Becker
PART TWO: INTERVIEWING
`It's Great to Have Someone to Talk to' - Janet Finch
The Ethics and Politics of Interviewing Women
Experience and Knowledge - Marianne A Paget
Active Interviewing - James A Holstein and Jaber F Gubrium
PART THREE: FOCUS GROUPS
The Focused Interview and Focus Groups - Robert K Merton
Continuities and Discontinuities
The Methodology of Focus Groups - Jenny Kitzinger
The Importance of Interaction between Research Participants
PART FOUR: LIFE HISTORY AND ORAL HISTORY
On Auto/Biography in Sociology - Liz Stanley
Introduction to <i>The Jack Roller - Howard S Becker
Movement without Aim - Ronald J Grele
Methodological and Theoretical Problems in Oral History
Is Oral History Auto/Biography? - Joanna Bornat
PART FIVE: DOCUMENTARY RESEARCH
Evidence and Proof in Documentary Research - Jennifer Platt
1 Some Specific Problems of Documentary Research
Evidence and Proof in Documentary Research - Jennifer Platt
2 Some Shared Problems of Documentary Research
Qualitative Media Analysis - David L Altheide
PART SIX: DIARIES
Keeping a Research Diary - Robert G Burgess
Public and Private Meanings in Diaries - Linda Bell
Researching Family and Childcare
PART SEVEN: PHOTOGRAPHS, FILMS AND VIDEO
Finding a Silent Voice for the Researcher - Rob Walker
Using Photographs in Evaluation and Research
Film-Making and Ethnographic Research - Paul Henley
PART EIGHT: CONVERSATION AND DISCOURSE ANALYSIS
Discourse Analysis as a Way of Analyzing Naturally Occurring Talk - Jonathan Potter
Analyzing Conversation - David Silverman
An Initial Investigation of the Usability of Conversational Data for Doing Sociology - Harvey Sacks
VOLUME THREE: ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF QUALITATIVE DATA
PART ONE: FIELDWORK NOTES AND TRANSCRIPTS
Data Logging in Observation - John Lofland and Lyn H Lofland
Fieldnotes
Transcription Quality as an Aspect of Rigor in Qualitative Research - Blake D Poland
First Days in the Field - Blanche Geer
PART TWO: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THEORY AND DATA IN QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
What's Wrong with Ethnography? The Myth of Theoretical Description - Martyn Hammersley
Grounded Theory Methodology - Anselm Strauss and Juliet Corbin
An Overview
Temporality and Identity Loss Due to Alzheimer's Disease - Celia J Orona
PART THREE: ANALYTIC STRATEGIES
The Logical Sructure of Analytic Induction - W S Robinson
Symbolic Interactionism - Robin Williams
The Fusion of Theory and Research?
Some Guidelines for the Phenomenological Analysis of Interview Data - Richard H Hycner
PART FOUR: COMPUTERS IN QUALITATIVE DATA ANALYSIS
Qualitative Data Analysis - Amanda Coffey, Beverley Holbrook and Paul Atkinson
Technologies and Representations
NUD<b>&#183;</b>IST in Action - K Buston
Its Use and Its Usefulness in a Study of Chronic Illness in Young People
PART FIVE: NARRATIVE ANALYSIS
Sociological and Sociolinguistic Models of Narrative - Martin Cortazzi
Sounds of Still Voices - Tim Booth
Issues in the Use of Narrative Methods with People Who Have Learning Difficulties
The Codes of the Dead - Stephen R Barley
The Semiotics of Funeral Work
Dreams, Visions and Commercial Spaces - Mark Gottdiener
PART SIX: POSTMODERNISM MEETS ETHNOGRAPHY
On Ethnographic Authority - James Clifford
Evaluating Qualitative Research in the Poststructural Moment - Norman K Denzin
The Lessons James Joyce Teaches Us
The Challenges of Postmodernism - Peter K Manning
PART SEVEN: WRITING
Thick Description - Clifford Geertz
Toward an Interpretive Theory of Culture
Appealing Work - Karen Golden-Biddle and Karen Locke
An Investigation of How Ethnographic Texts Convince
PART EIGHT: VALIDATION ISSUES
Establishing Trustworthiness - Yvonna S Lincoln and Egon Guba
On the Analysis of Observational Data - Michael Bloor
A Discussion of the Worth and Uses of Inductive Techniques and Respondent Validation
PART NINE: QUALITATIVE DATA AND ARCHIVING
Qualitative Data Archiving - Martyn Hammersley
Some Reflections on Its Prospects and Problems
Archiving Qualitative Research Data - Louise Corti, Janet Foster and Paul Thompson
VOLUME FOUR: ISSUES IN QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
PART ONE: ETHICAL ISSUES
Ethical Problems in Social Research - Martin Bulmer
The Case of Covert Participant Observation
The Ethics of Deception in Social Research - Erich Goode
A Case Study
Whose Side Are We on? - Howard S Becker
PART TWO: ISSUES OF GENDER AND FEMINISM
Interviewing Women - Ann Oakley
A Contradiction in Terms
Toward a Methodology for Feminist Research - Maria Mies
Talking and Listening from Women's Standpoint - Marjorie L DeVault
Feminist Strategies for Interviewing and Analysis
PART THREE: CULTURAL DIFFERENCE
Commonality, Difference and the Dynamics of Disclosure in In-Depth Interviewing - Miri Song and David Parker
Studying across Difference - Margaret L Anderson
Race, Class and Gender in Qualitative Research
PART FOUR: QUALITATIVE EVALUATION RESEARCH
The Nature of Qualitative Enquiry - Michael Quinn Patton
Ethnographic Contributions to Evaluation Research - Michael S Knapp
The Experimental Schools Program Evaluation and Some Alternatives
PART FIVE: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH AND POLICY
Developing Policy-Oriented Qualitative Research - Janet Finch
Disparities in the Social Construction of Long-Term Care - Rhoda Hurst Rojiani
PART SIX: ACTION RESEARCH
Action Research - Alison Kelly
What Is It and What Can It Do?
An Action Research Approach to Workplace Health - Margrit K Hugentobler, Barbara A Israel and Susan J Schurman
Integrating Methods
PART SEVEN: PRACTITIONER RESEARCH
Doubts, Dilemmas and Diary-Keeping - Gordon Griffiths
Some Reflections on Teacher-Based Research
Ethnography Addressing the Practitioner - Michael Bloor and Neil McKeganey
PART EIGHT: GETTING OUT
Leaving the Field - Stephen J Taylor
Research, Relationships and Responsibilities
Leaving the Newsroom - David L Altheide
PART NINE: DISSEMINATION
The British Association Scandal - D H J Morgan
The Effect of Publicity on a Sociological Investigation
The Sociologist as Celebrity - Peter Adler
The Role of the Media in Field Research
PART TEN: RESTUDIES
Studying and Restudying Bishop McGregor School - Robert G Burgess
Street Corner Society - W A Marianne Boelen
Cornerville Revisited
In Defense of Street Corner Society - William Foote Whyte