The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Geography

Editor/Author DeLyser, Dydia, Herbert, Steve and Aitken, Stuart,
Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: Sage UK

Single-User Purchase Price: $176.00
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ISBN: 978-1-4129-1991-3
Category: Geography
Image Count: 15
Book Status: Available
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Exploring the dynamic growth, change, and complexity of qualitative research in human geography, The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Geography brings together leading scholars in the field to examine its history, assess the current state of the art, and project future directions.

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Table of Contents

  • Notes on Contributors
  • 1 Introduction: Engaging Qualitative Geography Dydia DeLyser, Steve Herbert, Stuart C. Aitken, Mike Crang, Linda McDowell
  • Part I: Openings
  • Introduction - Dydia DeLyser
  • 2 A History of Qualitative Research in Geography - Meghan Cope
  • 3 ‘Throwntogetherness’: Encounters with Difference and Diversity - Stuart C. Aitken
  • 4 A Taut Rubber Band: Theory and Empirics in Qualitative Geographic Research - Steve Herbert
  • 5 Policy, Research Design and the Socially Situated Researcher - Kari B. Jensen Amy K. Glasmeier
  • 6 Mixed Methods: Thinking, Doing, and Asking in Multiple Ways - Sarah Elwood
  • Part II: Encounters and Collaborations
  • Introduction - Steve Herbert
  • 7 Ethnography and Participant Observation - Annette Watson, Karen E. Till
  • 8 Autoethnography as Sensibility - David Butz
  • 9 Interviewing: Fear and Liking in the Field - Linda McDowell
  • 10 Life History Interviewing - Peter Jackson, Polly Russell
  • 11 Focus Groups as Collaborative Research Performances - Fernando J. Bosco, Thomas Herman
  • 12 Visual Methods and Methodologies - Mike Crang
  • 13 Doing Landscape Interpretation - Nancy Duncan, James Duncan
  • 14 Caught in the Nick of Time: Archives and Fieldwork - Hayden Lorimer
  • 15 Textual and Discourse Analysis - Jason Dittmer
  • 16 GIS as Qualitative Research: Knowledge, Participatory Politics and Cartographies of Affect - Stuart C. Aitken, Mei-Po Kwan
  • 17 “A Little Bird Told Me …”: Approaching Animals Through Qualitative Methods - Mona Seymour, Jennifer Wolch
  • 18 Performative, Non-Representational, and Affect-Based Research: Seven Injunctions - J.D. Dewsbury
  • Part III: Making Sense
  • Introduction - Mike Crang
  • 19 Writing Qualitative Geography - Dydia DeLyser
  • 20 The Art of Geographic Interpretation - Sara MacKian
  • 21 Representing the Other: Negotiating the Personal and the Political - Garth Myers
  • 22 Major Disasters and General Panics: Methodologies of Activism, Affinity and Emotion in the Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army - Paul Routledge
  • 23 Reflections on Teaching Qualitative Methods in Geography - Deborah G. Martin