Challenging the Qualitative-Quantitative Divide: Explorations in Case-focused Causal Analysis

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A&C Black, Mar 8, 2012 - Education - 288 pages
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An exploration of case-focused methods as a means of bridging the quantitative-qualitative divide and the key methodological issues.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
1987
Introduction
1988
Whats Wrong with Quantitative Research?
The Problem
An outline of grounded theorizing
Qualitative Causal Analysis and the Fallacies
EXPLORING CASEFOCUSED
Basics of the set theoretic approach
Crisp set QCA csQCA
Conclusion
Author Index
The Case
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Barry Cooper is Emeritus Professor of Education at Durham University, UK. From 2004-2007, he was co-editor of the British Educational Research Journal.

Judith Glaesser is Lecturer in the School of Education at Durham University, UK.

Roger Gomm, now retired, was Lecturer in Health and Welfare at the Open University, UK. He has a long experience of ethnographic research in both the UK and internationally, and of bespoke evaluation research.

Martyn Hammersley is Professor of Educational and Social Research at the Centre for Childhood, Development and Learning at The Open University. He has carried out research in the sociology of education and the sociology of the media. However, much of his work has been concerned with the methodological issues surrounding social enquiry. He has written several books, including: Reading Ethnographic Research (1991); What's Wrong with Ethnography? (1992); The Politics of Social Research (1995); Taking Sides in Social Research (1999); Educational Research, Policymaking and Practice (2002), Questioning Qualitative Inquiry (2008), and Methodology, Who Needs It? (2011).

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