Introduction to qualitative research methods: the search for meanings

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Wiley, 1984 - Psychology - 302 pages
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This book gives an excellent overview of the major methods in qualitative research.It is valuable for teaching with undergraduate and graduate students. There are good examples given and a thoughtfull ... Read full review

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Go to the People
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PreFieldwork
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In the Field
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Syracuse University

STEVEN J. TAYLOR is Professor of Cultural Foundations of Education and Sociology and Director of the Center on Human Policy, a disability research and policy institute, at Syracuse University. He has published widely on qualitative sociology, social and cultural aspects of disability, and disability policy. He is the Editor of Mental Retardation, a journal published by the American Association on Mental Retar-dation (AAMR), and received AAMR's 1997 Research Award.

ROBERT BOGDAN is Professor of Cultural Foundations of Education and Sociology at Syracuse University. He also serves as Director of the Social Sciences Doctoral Program and is a long-time associate of the Center on Human Policy. He has published numerous books and articles on qualitative research methods, disability studies, and the sociology of education. He is the author of the widely acclaimed book Freak Show.

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