Qualitative Research in Practice: Examples for Discussion and Analysis
Wiley, 2002 M05 28 - 439 páginas
Qualitative Research in Practice
Qualitative research (QR) is the method of inquiry that seeks to understand social phenomena within the context of the participants' perspectives and experiences. The research methods of QR are more flexible, responsive, and open to contextual interpretation than in quantitative research, which uses inventory, questionnaire, or numerical data to draw conclusions. In Qualitative Research in Practice, Sharan Merriam combines discussions of the types of QR with examples of research studies and reflections by the researchers themselves. An important resource for students and practitioners of QR, the book may be used as a companion to any general text on QR.
Edited by Sharan B. Merriam, a leader in the field of qualitative research, Qualitative Research in Practice
This book is a valuable resource for students and practitioners in all fields where qualitative research is conducted, including social work, psychology, counseling, management, education, healthcare, and more.
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Introduction to Qualitative Research
Assessing and Evaluating Qualitative Research
Examples of Qualitative Research for Discussion and Analysis
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