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Title SAGE qualitative research methods / edited by Paul Atkinson and Sara Delamont
Published London : SAGE, 2010
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Series Sage benchmarks in social research methods
Sage benchmarks in social research methods.
Contents "Cover "; "Volume 1"; "Contents"; "Appendix of Sources"; "Editorsa? Introduction"; "1 -- A Stranger at the Gate: Reflections on the Chicago School of Sociology"; "2 -- The Past and the Future of Ethnography"; "3 -- Ethnography: Post, Past, and Present"; "4 -- The Interactional Study of Organizations: A Critique and Reformulation"; "5 -- Comparative Methods in Social Science"; "6 -- Towards a Peopled Ethnography: Developing Theory from Group Life"; "7 -- Beyond Groups: Seven Pillars of Peopled Ethnography in Organizations and Communities."
"17 -- Toward a Critical Ethnography: A Reexamination of the Chicago Legacy""18 -- Everett C. Hughes and the Development of Fieldwork in Sociology"; "19 -- A Meta-Ethnographic Approach and The Freeman Refutation of Mead"; "Volume II "; "Contents"; "20 -- Stability and Flexibility: Maintaining Relations within Organized and Unorganized Groups"; "21 -- Ethnographic Evidence"; "22 -- The Hired Hand and the Lone Wolf:Issues in the Use of Observers in Large-Scale Program Evaluation"; "23 -- Four Ways to Improve the Craft of Fieldwork."
"32 -- How I Learned What a Crock Was""33 -- Ten Lies of Ethnography: Moral Dilemmas of Field Research"; "34 -- Problems in the Field: Participant Observation and the Assumption of Neutrality"; "35 -- Collecting Data from Elites and Ultra Elites: Telephone and Face-to-Face Interviews with Macroeconomists"; "36 -- The Ubiquity of Ambiguity in Research Interviewing: An Exemplar"; "37 -- Referencing as Persuasion"; "38 -- Contradictions of Feminist Methodology"; "39 -- Jurorsa? Use of Judgesa? Instructions: Conceptual and Methodological Issues for Simulated Jury Studies"; "Volume III "; "Contents."
"40 -- Notes on the Nature and Development of General Theories."
"8 -- Participant Observation in the Era of aEthnographya?""9 -- On Fieldwork"; "10 -- Erving Goffmana?s Sociological Legacies"; "11 -- Field Reality: Orientations"; "12 -- Accessing, Waiting, Plunging in, Wondering, and Writing: Retrospective Sense-Making of Fieldwork"; "13 -- Exchange and Access in Field Work"; "14 -- From How to Why: On Luminous Description and Causal Inference in Ethnography (Part 1)"; "15 -- From How to Why: On Luminous Description and Causal Inference in Ethnography (Part 2)"; "16 -- Reminiscences of Classic Chicago: The Blumer-Hughes Talk."
Summary SAGE has been a major force shaping the field of qualitative methods. This collection includes research from the past four decades and addresses key issues or controversies, such as : explanations and defences of qualitative methods, ethics, research questions and foreshadowed problems, access, and first days in the field
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Qualitative research.
Social sciences -- Research -- Methodology.
Form Electronic book
Author Atkinson, Paul, 1947-
Delamont, Sara, 1947-
LC no. 2010925748
ISBN 0857028219 (ebook)
1446275701
9780857028211 (ebook)
9781446275702
Other Titles Qualitative research methods
OTHER TI Sage research methods online