Qualitative Gerontology: A Contemporary Perspective, Second Edition
Graham D. Rowles, PhD, Dr. Nancy E. Schoenberg, PhD
Springer Publishing Company, Sep 24, 2001 - Social Science - 304 pages
The authors provide a contemporary perspective on the status of qualitative research in gerontology. The second edition examines recent trends in the application of qualitative methodologies and the emergence of new qualitative techniques such as focus groups, studies of personal histories, and the use of photography. Chapters include discussions of critical and feminist perspectives, practice issues, ethical issues, and the contribution of qualitative research to the progress of science.
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