Challenging the Qualitative-Quantitative Divide: Explorations in Case-focused Causal Analysis
A&C Black, Mar 8, 2012 - Education - 288 pages
An exploration of case-focused methods as a means of bridging the quantitative-qualitative divide and the key methodological issues.
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Part I Problems with Quantitative and Qualitative Research
1 Whats Wrong with Quantitative Research?
The Problem of Inference from Outcomes to Opportunities
Grounded Theorizing and the Qualitative Survey
The Example of Ethnic Inequalities in Educational Achievement
Part II Exploring CaseFocused Approaches to Causal Analysis
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