Qualitative Research 2 / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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Reflecting the growth of interest among qualitative researchers in the nature of their craft, this collection extends the value of the critically acclaimed First Edition of Qualitative Research, edited by Alan Bryman and Robert G. Burgess by emphasizing key issues that demand the attention of qualitative researchers. It explores with topics that have come increasingly to the fore in the years since the publication Qualitative Research in 1999. Thus, topics such as visual research, biographical method, narrative analysis, computer-assisted qualitative data analysis, and reflexivity that have become more prominent over the last five years are given the greater attention they increasingly warrant.
About the Author
Alan Bryman is Professor of Organizational and Social Research, School of Management, University of Leicester, UK.
Table of Contents
Volume One: Collecting Data for Qualitative ResearchIntroduction - A BrymanPART ONE: INTERVIEWINGLearning to Interview in the Social Sciences - K Roulston et alComparing Telephone and Face-to-Face Qualitative Interviewing - Judith E Sturges and Kathleen J Hanrahan A Research NoteDominance through Interviews and Dialogues - S KvalePART TWO: ETHNOGRAPHYObservations and Reflections of a Perpetual Fieldworker - R C FoxTime for Ethnography - Bob Jeffrey and Geoff TromanCan There Be a Feminist Ethnography? - L Abu-LughodNew Connections, Familiar Settings - H Mackay Issues in the Ethnographic Study of New Media Use at HomeBeing There... and There and There! - U HannerzPART THREE: LIFE HISTORYCollecting Life Histories - J du Boulay and R WilliamsConducting Life History Research with Adolescents - Kristin HaglundComputer-Assisted Life Stories - G Harlow et alPART FOUR: INTERNET-BASED METHODSThe Field behind the Screen - R V Kozinets Using Netnography for Marketing Research in Online CommunitiesOnline Inquiry of Public Selves - Kendal L Broad and Kristin E Joos Methodological ConsiderationsOnline Focus Groups - D J Reid and F J M Reid An In-Depth Comparison of Computer-Mediated and Conventional Focus Group DiscussionsEthics and the Internet - D E De Lorme, G M Zinkhan and W French Issues Associated with Qualitative ResearchPART FIVE: VISUAL RESEARCH METHODSMeaning and Work - D Harper A Study in Photo ElicitationVisual Data in Applied Qualitative Research - Paul Mason Lessons from ExperienceAutodriving - D D Heisley and S J Levy A Photoelicitation TechniquePhotography and Voice in Critical Qualitative Management - Samantha WarrenContrasting Images, Complementary Trajectories - J Wagner Sociology, Visual Sociology and Visual ResearchVolume Two: Quality Issues in Qualitative ResearchPART ONE: CRITERIA FOR QUALITATIVE RESEARCHProblems of Reliability and Validity in Ethnographic Research - M D Le Compte and J P GoetzFarewell to Criteriology - T SchwandtEvolving Guidelines for Publications of Qualitative Research Studies in Psychology and Related Fields - R Elliott, C T Fischer and D L RennieDilemmas in Qualitative Health Research - L YardleyMyth 94 - A Sparkes Qualitative Health Researchers Will Agree about ValidityChecklists for Improving Rigour in Qualitative Research - R S Barbour A Case of the Tail Wagging the Dog?Premises, Principles and Practices in Qualitative Research - Kathy Charmaz Revisiting the FoundationsPART TWO: APPRAISING RESEARCH PROPOSALSA Review Committee's Guide for Evaluating Qualitative Proposals - J M MorseWriting the Proposal for a Qualitative Research Methodology Project - M Sandelowski and J BarrosoPART THREE: AUDITING QUALITATIVE RESEARCHUse of an Audit in Violence Prevention Research - Elizabeth Hite Erwin, Aleta Meyer and Natalie Mc ClainExpert Qualitative Researchers and the Use of Audit Trails - J R Cutcliffe and H P Mc KennaPART FOUR: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND QUALITY CRITERIARationale and Standards for Systematic Review of Qualitative Literature in Health Services Research - J Popay et alThe Problem of Appraising Qualitative Research - M Dixon-Woods et alCritically Appraising Qualitative Research for Systematic Reviews - Pamela Attree and Beth Milton Defusing the Methodological Cluster BombsSynthesis through Meta-Ethnography - Lynn H Doyle Paradoxes, Enhancements and PossibilitiesQualitative Metasynthesis - Sally Thorne et al Reflections on Methodological Orientation and Ideological AgendaA Meta-Analysis of Workplace Ethnographies - Randy Hodson Race, Gender and Employee Attitudes and BehaviorSystematically Reviewing Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence to Inform Management and Policy Making in the Health Field - N Mays, C Pope and J PopayPART FIVE: THEORY AND GENERALIZATION AS OUTCOMES OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCHWhat Counts as Theory in Qualitative Management and Accounting Research? Introducing Five Levels of Theorizing - S LlewellynInterpretivism and Generalization - M WilliamsVolume Three: Issues of Representation, Realism and ReflexivityPART ONE: REPRESENTATIONIssues of Representation within Qualitative Inquiry - Stefanos MantzoukasAfter Methods, the Story - Arthur W Frank From Incongruity to Truth in Qualitative ResearchRevisits - M Burawoy An Outline of a Reflexive Theory of EthnographyPART TWO: REFLEXIVE ACCOUNTSReflexive Accounts and Accounts of Reflexivity in Qualitative Data Analysis - Natasha S Mauthner and Andrea DoucetAthlete and Researcher - Ann Macphail Undertaking and Pursuing an Ethnographic Study in a Sports ClubWorking-Class Identities in the 1960s - M Savage Revisiting the Affluent Worker StudyTen Tips for Reflexive Bracketing - Kathryn J AhernThe Ambivalent Practices of Reflexivity - Bronwyn Davies et alEthics, Reflexivity and 'Ethically Important Moments' in Research - Marilys Guillemin and Lynn GillamPART THREE: AUTOETHNOGRAPHIC REFLECTIONSBlurred Genres and Blended Voices - C B Brettell Life History, Biography, Autobiography and the Auto/Ethnography of Women's LivesFinding the Limits - Geoffrey Walford Autoethnography and Being an Oxford University ProctorPART FOUR: REFLEXIVE VIEWPOINTS ON THE QUALITATIVE RESEARCHER INTERVIEWThe Reflexive Interview and a Performative Social Science Qualitative Research - Norman K DenzinFrom the Interviewer's Perspective - R Feld Interviewing Women as Conscientious ObjectorsCreating the Interviewer - C M Cassell Identity Work in the Management Research ProcessBeyond Neopositivists, Romantics and Localists - M Alvesson A Reflexive Approach to Interviews in Organizational ResearchAfter the Interview - C A B Warren et alPART FIVE: ISSUES AROUND THE QUANTITATIVE-QUALITATIVE DIVIDEStrategies for Bridging the Quantitative and Qualitative Divide - J H Laub and R J Sampson Studying Crime over the Life CourseParadigm Peace and the Implications for Quality - A BrymanMixing Methods in a Qualitatively Driven Way - J MasonMixed Methods Research - L Giddings Positivism Dressed in Drag?Volume Four: Qualitative Data AnalysisPART ONE: GENERAL ISSUES IN ANALYSISQualitative Data as an Attractive Nuisance - M B MilesThe Virtues of Closet Qualitative Research - R I SuttonConstructing Qualitatively Derived Theory - Janice M Morse Concept Construction and Concept TypologiesGrounded Theory - D Walker and F Myrick An Exploration of Process and ProcedureMaximizing Transparency in a Doctoral Thesis 1 - Joy D Bringer, Lynne H Johnston and Celia H Brackenridge The Complexities of Writing about the Use of QSR·NVivo within a Grounded Theory StudyPART TWO: IDENTIFYING CONTENT THEMESTechniques to Identify Themes - G W Ryan and H R BernardThree Approaches to Qualitative Content Analysis - H-F Hsieh and S E ShannonThematic Networks - Jennifer Attride-Stirling An Analytic Tool for Qualitative ResearchPART THREE: ANALYZING FOCUS GROUP DATA'It Was Fun... But We Don't Usually Talk about These Things' - Deborah J Warr Analyzing Sociable Interaction in Focus GroupsGetting the Focus and the Group - Pamela S Kidd and Mark B Parshall Enhancing Analytical Rigor in Focus Group ResearchPART FOUR: NARRATIVE AND NARRATIVE ANALYSISModels of Narrative Analysis - E G Mishler A TypologyChronicles from the Classroom - Ann I Rogan and Dorothea M de Kock Making Sense of the Methodology and Methods of Narrative AnalysisNarrative Survey - A Shkedi A Methodology for Studying Multiple PopulationsNarrative, Organizations and Research - C Rhodes and A D BrownPART FIVE: DISCOURSE ANALYSISDiscourse Analysis and Discursive Psychology - J PotterVarieties of Discourse - M Alvesson and D Karreman On the Study of Organizations through Discourse AnalysisUsing Narrative and Discourse Analysis in Researching Co-Principalships - M CourtWhose Text? Whose Context? - E A SchegloffWhose Terms? Whose Ordinariness? Rhetoric and Ideology in Conversation Analysis - M Billig