Theoretical Frameworks in Qualitative Research / Edition 1

Theoretical Frameworks in Qualitative Research / Edition 1

by Vincent A. Anfara, Norma T. Mertz
     
 

ISBN-10: 1412914167

ISBN-13: 9781412914161

Pub. Date: 03/28/2006

Publisher: SAGE Publications

This unique book specifically addresses the role and place of theoretical frameworks in qualitative research and provides direct advice about identifying and using such frameworks. Through examples of published research studies, contributing authors walk the reader through the processes they used to find and apply a theoretical framework to the particular

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This unique book specifically addresses the role and place of theoretical frameworks in qualitative research and provides direct advice about identifying and using such frameworks. Through examples of published research studies, contributing authors walk the reader through the processes they used to find and apply a theoretical framework to the particular phenomenon they were studying.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412914161
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
03/28/2006
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction - Vincent A. Anfara, Jr. and Norma T. Mertz
Chapter 1: Seeking Understanding of School Culture: Using Theory as a Framework for Observation and Analysis - Joyce L. Henstrand
Chapter 2: Transformational Learning and HIV-Positive Young Adults - Sharan B. Merriam
Chapter 3: Struggling with Theory: A Beginning Scholar’s Experience with Mazzoni’s Arena Models - Frances C. Fowler
Chapter 4: Liminality and the Study of a Changing Academic Landscape - Pamela J. Bettis and Michael R. Mills
Chapter 5: Organizational Identity and Identification during a Departmental Reorganization - Michael R. Mills and Pamela J. Bettis
Chapter 6: Chaos and Complexity as a Framework for Understanding Social Workers at Midlife - Irene E. Karpiak
Chapter 7: A Look through the Kubler-Ross Theoretical Lens - Kerri S. Kearney and Adrienne E. Hyle
Chapter 8: Mary Douglas’s Typology of Grid and Group - Edward L. Harris
Chapter 9: Adapting Bourdieu’s Field Theory to Explain Decision-Making Processes in Educational Psychology - Carol A. Mutch
Chapter 10: On Politics and Theory: Using an Explicitly Activist Theory to Frame Educational Research - Catherine A. Lugg
Conclusion - Vincent A. Anfara, Jr. and Norma T. Mertz
The Editors
The Contributors

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