The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection

Editor/Author Flick, Uwe
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Sage UK

Single-User Purchase Price: $185.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $277.50
ISBN: 978-1-47-395213-3
Category: Social Sciences - Research Methods & Study Skills
Image Count: 35
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection systematically explores the approaches, techniques, debates and new frontiers for creating, collecting and producing qualitative data.

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Table of Contents

    • List of Figures
    • List of Tables
    • Notes on the Editor and Contributors
    • Acknowledgements
    • PART I CHARTING THE ROUTES
    • Preface: Charting the Routes
    • 1 Doing Qualitative Data Collection – Charting the Routes - Uwe Flick
    • PART II CONCEPTS, CONTEXTS, BASICS
    • Preface: Concepts, Contexts, Basics
    • 2 Collecting Qualitative Data: A Realist Approach - Joseph A. Maxwell
    • 3 Ethics of Qualitative Data Collection - Donna M. Mertens
    • 4 Deduction, Induction, and Abduction - Brianna L. Kennedy and Robert Thornberg
    • 5 Upside Down – Reinventing Research Design - Giampietro Gobo
    • 6 Sampling and Generalization - Margrit Schreier
    • 7 Accessing the Research Field - Andrew Bengry
    • 8 Recording and Transcribing Social Interaction - Christopher Joseph Jenks
    • 9 Collecting Data in Other Languages – Strategies for Cross-Language Research in Multilingual Societies - Katharina Resch and Edith Enzenhofer
    • 10 From Scholastic to Emic Comparison: Generating Comparability and Handling Difference in Ethnographic Research - Estrid Sørensen, Alison Marlin and Jörg Niewöhner
    • 11 Data Collection in Secondary Analysis - Louise Corti
    • 12 The Virtues of Naturalistic Data - Jonathan Potter and Chloe Shaw
    • 13 Performance, Hermeneutics, Interpretation - Norman K. Denzin
    • 14 Quality of Data Collection - Rosaline S. Barbour
    • PART III TYPES OF DATA AND HOW TO COLLECT THEM
    • Preface: Types of Data and How to Collect Them
    • 15 Qualitative Interviews - Kathryn Roulston and Myungweon Choi
    • 16 Focus Groups - David L. Morgan and Kim Hoffman
    • 17 Narrative Data - Michael Murray
    • 18 Data Collection in Conversation Analysis - Clare Jackson
    • 19 Collecting Data for Analyzing Discourses - Asta Rau, Florian Elliker, and Jan K. Coetzee
    • 20 Observations - David Wästerfors
    • 21 Doing Ethnography: Ways and Reasons - Marie Buscatto
    • 22 Go-Alongs - Margarethe Kusenbach
    • 23 Videography - Hubert Knoblauch, Bernt Schnettler and René Tuma
    • 24 Collecting Documents as Data - Tim Rapley and Gethin Rees
    • 25 Collecting Images as Data - Thomas S. Eberle
    • 26 Collecting Media Data: TV and Film Studies - Lothar Mikos
    • 27 Sounds as Data - Michael Bull
    • PART IV DIGITAL AND INTERNET DATA
    • Preface: Digital and Internet Dat
    • 28 The Concept of ‘Data’ in Digital Research - Simon Lindgren
    • 29 Moving Through Digital Flows: An Epistemological and Practical Approach - Annette N. Markham and Ane Kathrine Gammelby
    • 30 Ethics in Digital Research - Katrin Tiidenberg
    • 31 Collecting Data for Analyzing Blogs - Wivian Weller, Lucélia de Moraes Braga Bassalo and Nicolle Pfaff
    • 32 Collecting Qualitative Data from Facebook: Approaches and Methods - Hannah Ditchfield and Joanne Meredith
    • 33 Troubling the Concept of Data in Qualitative Digital Research - Annette N. Markham
    • PART V TRIANGULATION AND MIXED METHODS
    • Preface: Triangulation and Mixed Methods
    • 34 Triangulation in Data Collection - Uwe Flick
    • 35 Toward an Understanding of a Qualitatively Driven Mixed Methods Data Collection and Analysis: Moving Toward a Theoretically Centered Mixed Methods Praxis - Sharlene Hesse-Biber
    • 36 Data-Related Issues in Qualitatively Driven Mixed-Method Designs: Sampling, Pacing, and Reflexivity - Janice M. Morse, Julianne Cheek, and Lauren Clark
    • 37 Combining Digital and Physical Data - Nigel G. Fielding
    • 38 Using Photographs in Interviews: When We Lack the Words to Say What Practice Means - Karen Henwood, Fiona Shirani and Christopher Groves
    • PART VI COLLECTING DATA IN SPECIFIC POPULATIONS
    • Preface: Collecting Data in Specific Populations
    • 39 Collecting Qualitative Data with Children - Colin MacDougall and Philip Darbyshire
    • 40 Collecting Qualitative Data with Older People - Christine Stephens, Vanessa Burholt, and Norah Keating
    • 41 Generating Qualitative Data with Experts and Elites - Alexander Bogner, Beate Littig and Wolfgang Menz
    • 42 Collecting Qualitative Data with Hard-to-Reach Groups - Kerry Chamberlain and Darrin Hodgetts