Analyzing social settings: a guide to qualitative observation and analysis, Part 2
This comprehensive guide takes a how-to approach to qualitative data collection and analysis. Drawing from a wealth of illustrative research examples and applications, the authors introduce techniques of collecting, focusing, and analyzing data in a step-by-step manner. First published in 1971, this book has become the field manual for any student doing social science fieldwork.
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The Aims and Organization of This Guide
PART ONE GATHERING DATA
Starting Where You Are
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activity analytic Anselm Strauss answer appropriate audiences Barney Glaser basic behavior Chapter Charmaz closed settings coding concepts concern consequences context contrast data collection data logging described developing analysis discussed elaborate emotional encounters Erving Goffman ethical evaluative example experience fact feel field fieldnotes fieldstudies fieldwork Figure focus focusing formulation Fred Davis grounded theory historically particular human ideas important intensive interviewing interaction interest investigator involved kinds known observer labels Lofland logical matters means memos Miles and Huberman naturalistic research normal notes one's open settings organization participant observation particular personal computer physical possible problems propositions qualitative questioning mindset reason relations role Section simply situation or setting social realism social science framing social scientists sociology specific strategies Strauss structure task things tion topics total institution trueness types units and aspects writing