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Qualitative research : the essential guide to theory and practice / Maggi Savin-Baden and Claire Howell Major.

By: Savin-Baden, Maggi, 1960-.
Contributor(s): Major, Claire Howell.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: LB1028 .S18 2013Publication: Abingdon : Routledge, 2013Description: xxxi, 569 p. : ill., ports.ISBN: 9780415674799 (hardback); 9780415674782 (paperback).Subject(s): Education -- Research | Education -- Research -- Methodology | Qualitative research
Contents:
Pt. 1. Considering perspectives. 1. Qualitative research ; 2. A brief history of philosophical perspectives ; 3. Research choices and lenses -- pt. 2. Acknowledging a position. 4. Philosophical stance ; 5. Personal stance, positionality and reflexivity -- pt. 3. Framing the study. 6. The 'who' or 'what' of study ; 7. Research questions ; 8. Literature review ; 9. Theoretical and conceptual frameworks -- pt. 4. Choosing a research approach. 10. Case study ; 11. Pragmatic qualitative research ; 12. Grounded theory ; 13. Ethnography ; 14. Phenomenology ; 15. Narrative approaches ; 16. Action research ; 17. Collaborative approaches ; 18. Evaluation ; 19. Arts-based approaches -- pt. 5. Collecting data. 20. Time, place and participants ; 21. Ethics and ethical approval ; 22. Fieldwork ; 23. Interviews ; 24. Focus group interviews ; 25. Observation ; 26. Documents -- pt. 6. Working with data and findings. 27. Data handling and coding ; 28. Data analysis ; 29. Data interpretation ; 30. Quality -- pt. 7. Writing about the research ; 31. Researcher voice ; 32. The research report.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Pt. 1. Considering perspectives. 1. Qualitative research ; 2. A brief history of philosophical perspectives ; 3. Research choices and lenses -- pt. 2. Acknowledging a position. 4. Philosophical stance ; 5. Personal stance, positionality and reflexivity -- pt. 3. Framing the study. 6. The 'who' or 'what' of study ; 7. Research questions ; 8. Literature review ; 9. Theoretical and conceptual frameworks -- pt. 4. Choosing a research approach. 10. Case study ; 11. Pragmatic qualitative research ; 12. Grounded theory ; 13. Ethnography ; 14. Phenomenology ; 15. Narrative approaches ; 16. Action research ; 17. Collaborative approaches ; 18. Evaluation ; 19. Arts-based approaches -- pt. 5. Collecting data. 20. Time, place and participants ; 21. Ethics and ethical approval ; 22. Fieldwork ; 23. Interviews ; 24. Focus group interviews ; 25. Observation ; 26. Documents -- pt. 6. Working with data and findings. 27. Data handling and coding ; 28. Data analysis ; 29. Data interpretation ; 30. Quality -- pt. 7. Writing about the research ; 31. Researcher voice ; 32. The research report.

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