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SAGE Qualitative Research Methods (SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods)

Editat de Paul Anthony Atkinson, Sara Delamont
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Delving into SAGE's deep backlist of qualitative research methods journals, this collection presents research from the past 40 years, and tackles key issues and controversies in the field.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781849203784
ISBN-10: 1849203784
Pagini: 1616
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 mm
Greutate: 1.41 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 ONE
Editorial Introduction - Paul Atkinson and Sara Delamont
A Stranger at the Gate - Nels Anderson
The Past and the Future of Ethnography - Patricia Adler and Peter Adler
Ethnography: Post, Past and Present - Paul Atkinson, Amanda Coffey and Sara Delamont
The Interactional Study of Organisation - Robert Dingwall and Phil Strong
Linking Data (extract) - Nigel Fielding and Jane Fielding
Towards A Peopled Ethnography - Gary Alan Fine
Beyond Groups - Japonica Brown-Saracino, Jessica Thurk and Gary Alan Fine
Participant Observation in the Era of 'Ethnography' - Herbert Gans
On Fieldwork - Erving Goffman
Erving Goffman's Sociological Legacies - John Lofland
Analyzing Field Reality (extract) - Jaber Gubrium
Accessing, waiting, plunging in, and writing: retrospective sense-making of fieldwork - Peter Magolda
Exchange and Access in Field Work - Paul Gray
From How to Why: On Luminous Description Pt 1 - Jack Katz
From How to Why: On Luminous Description Pt 2 - Jack Katz
Reminiscences of Classic Chicago: The Blumer-Hughes Talk - Lyn Lofland
Towards a Critical Ethnography: A re-examination of the Chicago legacy - Jim Thomas
Everett C. Hughes and the Development of Fieldwork in Sociology - Jean-Michel Chapoulie
A Meta-Ethnographic Approach and The Freeman Refutation of Mead - George Noblit and R. Dwight Hare
VOLUME TWO
Stability and Flexibility - Patricia Adler and Peter Adler
Ethnographic Evidence - Michael Agar
The Hired Hand and the Lone Wolf: Issues in the use of Observers in Large-Scale Program Evaluation - Carl Florez and George Kelling
Four Ways to Improve the Craft of Fieldwork - Robert Emerson
'Déjà Entendu': The Liminal Qualities of Anthropological Fieldnotes - Jean Jackson
Photostudy - Alan Radley and Diane Taylor
Educational Ethnography as Performance Art: Towards a Sensuous Feeling and Knowing - Carl Bagley
Discipline and the Material Form of Images - Michael Lynch
Understanding Urban Life: The Chicago legacy - Lyn Lofland
Street Phenomenology: The Go-Along as Ethnographic Research Tool - Margarethe Kusenbach
"Just another Native?" Soundscapes, Chorasters, and Borderlands in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada - Brett Lashua
Doing Research in Cyberspace - David Jacobson
How I Learned What a Crock Was - Howard Becker
Ten Lies of Ethnography: Moral Dilemmas of Field Research - Gary Alan Fine
Problems in the Field: Participant Observation and the Assumption of Neutrality - Jeffrey Cohen
Collecting Data from Elites and Ultra-Elites - Neil Stephens
The Ubiquity of Ambiguity in Research Interviewing: An Exemplar - Cynthia Cannon Poindexter
Referencing as Persuasion - Nigel Gilbert
Contradictions of Feminist Methods - Sherry Gorelick
Jurors' Use of Judges' Instructions - James Holstein
VOLUME THREE
Notes on the Nature and Development of General Theories - Anselm Strauss
Grounded Theory Method - Merilyn Annells
Analytic Ordering for Theoretical Purposes - Juliet Corbin and Anselm Strauss
Rediscovering Glaser - Kath Melia
Grounded Theory: Evolving Methods - Linda Robrecht
Premises, Principles and Practices in Qualitative Research: Revisiting the Foundations - Kathy Charmaz
Two Cases of Ethnography: Grounded Theory and the Extended Case Method - Iddo Tavory and Stefan Timmermans
Five Misunderstandings about Case-Study Research - Bent Flyberrg
The Personal is Political - Sherryl Kleinman
Qualitative Data Analysis - Amanda Coffey, Beverly Holbrook and Paul Atkinson
A Comment on Coffey et al - Raymond Lee and Neil Fielding
The Art(fulness) of Open-Ended Interviewing: Some Consdiderations on Analysing Interviews - Timothy John Rapley
Doing Narrative Analysis - Catherine Riessman
Narrative Turn or Blind Alley? - Paul Atkinson
Narrative in Social Work: A Critical Review - Catherin Kohler Riessman and Lee Quinney
The Use of Discovery Accounts - S. W. Woolgar
Beyond the 'Fetichism of Words': Considerations on the use of the Interview to Gather Chronic Illness Narratives - Nathan Miczo
'When Discourse is Torn from Reality': Bakhtin and the Principle of Chronotopicity - Stuart Allan
Having, and Being had by, "Experience": Or, "Experience in the Social Sciences after the Discursive/Poststructuralist Turn" - Bronwyn Davies and Cristyn Davies
Immersion vs. Analytic Ideals and Appendix - Sherryl Kleinman and Martha Copp
(No) Trial (but) Tribulations: When Courts and Ethnography Conflict - Rik Scarce
VOLUME FOUR
Whose Side Was Becker On? - Martyn Hammersley
Handing IRB an Unloaded Gun - Carol Rambo
Ethics and the Practice of Qualitative Research - Ian Shaw
'Becoming Participant': Problematizing 'Informed Consent' in Participatory Research with Young People in Care - Emma Renold, Sally Holland, Nicola Ross, and Alexandra Hillman
Researching Researchers: Lessons for Research Ethics - Rose Wiles, Vikki Charles, Graham Crow and Sue Heath
Reembodying Qualitative Inquiry - Margarete Sandelowski
Gender, Disembodiment and Vocation: Exploring the Unmentionables of British Academic Life - David Mills and Mette Louise Berg
Ethnographying Public Memory: The Commemorative Genre for the Victims of Terrorism in Italy - Anna Lisa Tota
Unsettling Engagements - Charles Fruehling Springwood and C. Richard King
Data Presentation and the Audience - Carol Warren
Can We Re-Use Qualitative Data Via Secondary Analysis? Notes on some Terminological and Substantive Issues - Martyn Hammersley
(Re)Using Qualitative Data? - Niamh Moore
Whose Cornerville is it, anyway? - Norman Denzin
Trash on the Corner - Laurel Richardson
The Gold Coast and the Slum Revisited: Paradoxes in Replication Research and the Study of Social Change - Albert Hunter
Methods of Writing Patriarchy - Dorothy Smith
Analytic Autoethnography - Leon Anderson
Comments on Setting Criteria for Experimental Writing - Patricia Ticineto Clough
Knowing your Place: Gender and Reflexivity in two Ethnographies - Fiona Gill and Catherine Maclean
Storying Schools: Issues around Attempts to Create a Sense of Feel and Place in Narrative Research Writing - Pat Sikes
Feminist Ethnography: Storytelling that Makes a Difference - Patricia McNamara
Quality Issues in Qualitative Inquiry - Clive Seale
Emerging Criteria for Quality in Qualitative and Interpretive Inquiry - Yvonna Lincoln
New Methods, Old Problems: A Sceptical View of Innovation in Qualitative Research - Max Travers