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From the Publisher"This terrific collection is a goldmine. It should be required reading in all methods classes. Luttrell is a skilled teacher on every page, helping readers develop the habits of mind essential for responsible research practice."
—Catherine Kohler Riessman, Research Professor, Department of Sociology, Boston College
"An accomplished and innovative ethnographer herself, Wendy Luttrell has called upon her own deep knowledge of the epistemological, practical, and ethical issues of the field to compile this stimulating collection of essays. This comprehensive exploration of the many facets of qualitative research is a gift to students preparing to undertake qualitative research studies in education."
—Kathleen Weiler, Professor of Education, Department of Education, Tufts University
"There are lots of books on qualitative methods, but none like this one. Wendy Luttrell has put together a brilliant and unique collection of essays that interrogate and complicate the process of and products of qualitative research."
—Stacey J. Lee, Professor of Educational Policy Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison