This completely revised and greatly expanded edition of Doing Qualitative Research spans the spectrum of primary care research, illustrating when methods are appropriate and how to use them. New to this edition are: additional collection methods; a new section on analysis and interpretation; more emphasis on participatory strategies; and suggestions for evaluating quality and enhancing reflexivity incorporated throughout the text.
Each chapter is written by a gifted researcher who: defines their topic and the context of their research; defines key themes and processes; provides examples; explores theory; and shares their excitement of discovery. The book is richly illustrated throughout with detailed examples.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Number of pages: 424
Weight: 709 g
Dimensions: 228 x 152 x 25 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition
"The strengths of this book are many. Of particular note is the first chapter, in which Miller and Crabtree present a `road map' or research methods. They identify five styles of inquiry, ranging from experimental to philosophic, based on the focus and intent of the research. In further evaluation, they then match research aims and analysis objectives with these styles. This clear and succinct discussion not only helps put the various research styles in perspective but also helps one to see the relationship between the aim of the research, analysis objectives, research question(s), and style. . . ."* Qualitative Health Research *
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