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Issues in Qualitative Research Vol: 4

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01 Jun 1993
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
316 pages - 156 x 234 x 20mm
Studies in Qualitative Methodology


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.
The Mead/Freeman controversy - some implications for qualitative researchers, Alan Bryman; being a researcher, Alan Brown; from being a native to becoming a researcher - Meg Stacey and the General Medical Council, Meg Stacey; the dynamics of gender in ethnographic research - a personal view, Janet Foster; the "person" in the researcher, Pamela Cotterill and Gayle Letherby; researching major life events, Janet Harvey; male sociologist in a woman's world - aspects of a medical partnership, Joel Richman; coming to understand ethnographic inquiry - learning, changing and knowing, David E. Coe; oral history - neither fish nor fowl, David Lawrenson; the unfolding matrix - a technique for qualitative data acquisition and analysis, Raymond V. Padilla.

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