Grounded Theory in Practice

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Anselm Strauss, Juliet M. Corbin
SAGE, Mar 11, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 280 pages
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Grounded theory methodology and procedure have become one of the most influential modes of carrying out qualitative research when generating theory is a principle aim of the researcher.

This volume presents a series of readings that emphasize different aspects of grounded theory methodology and methods. The selections are written by former students of the late Anselm Strauss and have been chosen for their accessibility and range.

  

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Contents

Identity Dilemmas of Chronically III Men
35
Time in the Recruiting Search Process by Headhunting
131
Definitional Dialogues in Abusive
147
Temporality and Identity Loss Due to Alzheimers Disease
171
The Classified Story
197
Trajectories Biographies and the Evolving Medical
229
On Some Characteristics of Contemporary Japanese Society
251
Index
267
About the Authors
276
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Anselm L. Strauss (1916-1996) was professor of sociology and chair of the department of social and behavioral sciences at the University of California, San Francisco. He is internationally recognized for his efforts in the fields of medical sociology and the developer, with Barney Glaser, of grounded theory.

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