Strategies for Interpreting Qualitative Data
SAGE Publications, 1995 - 71 páginas
Martha S Feldman's invaluable text outlines four key strategies for interpreting qualitative data: ethnomethodology, semiotics, dramaturgy and deconstruction. The author examines the strengths and weaknesses of each strategy and identifies when to use them. To demonstrate, she applies the techniques of each method to a single data set, highlighting the differences in results.
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... possible that the assump- tions do not hold in all contexts . It is therefore important to be aware of them . In this introduction , I briefly describe the main ideas important to each of the techniques . A thorough understanding of the ...
... possible exception of anthropologists ) implies being subservient . Field offices are , for instance , generally not in a policymaking role . People in the field often know more about specific instances and their contexts than do people ...
... possible . It draws on certain features of the phenomenon and not on others . Its validity does not come from the ability to use the dramaturgical categories but from its ability to help us understand the phenomenon in new and useful ...
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