This volume is one of a series of research annuals on qualitative research designed to take up issues and debates in this area that relate to methodology, the relationship between data collection and data analysis, the relationship between theory and method, and the implications of qualitative research for social policy and evaluation.
Some reflections on crosscultural interviewing.
Hecate's domain: Ethnography at the cultural crossroads.
Some issues and problems in cross-cultural case study research.
Interviewing in a crosscultural context: Some issues for comparative research.
Deconstructing the question: Reflections on developing a comparative methodology for research on union policy towards vocational training.
Internationalization and doctoral study: Some reflections on cross-cultural case study research.
Case, culture, curriculum and educational change: Reflections on cross-cultural case study in England and Japan.
Educating eaters: Crosscultural approaches to food and eating in English and Danish schools.
Qualitative analysis: Phases, techniques and computer use.
Cross-cultural case study work. In search of international understanding in educational research.
Notes on Contributors.