Analysis in Qualitative Research

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SAGE, Oct 16, 2009 - Reference - 240 pages
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Written for anyone beginning a research project, this introductory book takes you through the process of analysing your data from start to finish.

The author sets out an easy-to-use model for coding data in order to break it down into parts, and then to reassemble it to create a meaningful picture of the phenomenon under study. Full of useful advice, the book guides the reader through the last difficult integrating phase of qualitative analysis including diagramming, memoing, thinking aloud, and using one's feelings, and how to incorporate the use of software where appropriate.

Ideal for third year undergraduate students, master students, postgraduates and anybody beginning a research project, the book includes examples covering a wide range of subjects - making the book useful for students across the social science disciplines.

Hennie Boeije is currently an Associate Professor with the Department of Methodology and Statistics of the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences at Utrecht University, The Netherlands.

 

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Contents

1 INTRODUCTION TO QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
1
2 RESEARCH DESIGN
19
3 ETHICS IN QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
43
4 DATA COLLECTION
57
5 PRINCIPLES OF QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS
75
6 DOING QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS
93
7 INTEGRATIVE PROCEDURES
123
8 FINDINGS
149
9 QUALITY OF THE RESEARCH
167
10 WRITING THE RESEARCH REPORT
187
REFERENCES
211
INDEX
219
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