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100 1  Taylor, Steven J 
245 10 Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods :|bA 
       Guidebook and Resource 
250    4th ed 
264  1 Hoboken :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2015 
264  4 |c©2016 
300    1 online resource (423 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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505 0  Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- 
       Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- Part One: Among the 
       People: How to Conduct Qualitative Research -- Chapter 1: 
       Introduction: Go to the People -- A Note on the History of
       Qualitative Methods -- Qualitative Methodology -- Theory 
       and Methodology -- Notes -- Chapter 2: Research Design and
       Pre-Fieldwork -- Research Design -- Selecting Settings -- 
       Obtaining Institutional Review Board Approval -- Writing 
       Proposals -- Access to Organizations -- Access to Public 
       and Quasi-Public Settings -- Access to Private Settings --
       What Do You Tell Gatekeepers and Informants? -- Collecting
       Data About Obtaining Access -- Covert Research -- Chapter 
       3: Participant Observation: In the Field -- Entering the 
       Field -- Negotiating Your Role -- Establishing Rapport -- 
       Participation -- Key Informants -- Difficult Field 
       Relations -- Forming Relationships -- Field Tactics -- 
       Asking Questions -- Learning the Language -- Field Notes -
       - Boundaries of a Study -- Leaving the Field -- 
       Triangulation -- Ethics in the Field -- Chapter 4: In-
       Depth Interviewing -- The Qualitative Interview -- Types 
       of Interview Studies -- Choosing to Interview -- Selecting
       Informants -- Approaching Informants -- Understanding the 
       Interview in Context -- Managing the Interview Situation -
       - Getting People to Talk About What Is Important to Them -
       - The Interview Guide -- Probing -- Cross-Checks -- 
       Relations With Informants -- Recording Interviews -- Group
       Interviews -- The Interviewer's Journal -- Note -- Chapter
       5: Montage: Discovering Methods -- Disrupting the 
       "Commonsense World of Everyday Life": Harold Garfinkel -- 
       Qualitative Research as Autobiography -- Entering a World 
       Without Words -- Personal Documents -- Picturing 
       Disability -- Photography and Videotaping -- Official 
       Records and Public Documents -- Historical and Archival 
       Research -- Notes 
505 8  Chapter 6: Working With Data: Data Analysis in Qualitative
       Research -- Narratives: Descriptive and Theoretical 
       Studies -- Building Theory -- Working With Data -- 
       Constructing Life Histories -- Part Two: Writing 
       Qualitative Research: Selected Studies -- Chapter 7: 
       Writing and Publishing Qualitative Studies -- What You 
       Should Tell Your Readers -- Some Tips on Writing -- Common
       Mistakes in Writing From Qualitative Data -- Publishing 
       Qualitative Studies -- Selected Studies -- Chapter 8: 
       "You're Not a Retard, You're Just Wise": Disability, 
       Social Identity, and Family Networks -- The Duke Family --
       The Study -- Disability Labels and Family Constructions --
       Social Identities -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- 
       Chapter 9: Producing Family Time: Practices of Leisure 
       Activity Beyond the Home -- Methods and Data -- Findings -
       - Discussion: Family as Socially Organized Practice -- 
       Notes -- References -- Chapter 10: Ethnicity and Expertise
       : Racial-Ethnic Knowledge in Sociological Research -- 
       Method -- Analysis -- Discussion -- Notes -- References --
       Chapter 11: Citizen Portraits: Photos of People With 
       Disabilities as Personal Keepsakes -- Settings -- Hiding 
       Disability -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- 
       Chapter 12: "They Asked for a Hard Job": World War II 
       Conscientious Objectors on the Front Lines -- Note -- 
       References -- Closing Remarks -- Appendix 1: Field Notes -
       - Field Note Excerpt -- Edited Field Notes -- Appendix 2: 
       Interview Guide Template -- How to Use the Template -- 
       Note -- References -- Author Index -- Subject Index -- End
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650  0 Social sciences -- Research -- Methodology.;Sociology -- 
       Research -- Methodology.;Qualitative research 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Bogdan, Robert 
700 1  DeVault, Marjorie 
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