質的データの解釈(第4版)<br>Interpreting Qualitative Data : A Guide to the Principles of Qualitative Research (4TH)

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質的データの解釈(第4版)
Interpreting Qualitative Data : A Guide to the Principles of Qualitative Research (4TH)

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基本説明

New to the Fourth Edition : a new chapter on data analysis dealing with grounded theory, discourse analysis and narrative analysis; further worked-through examples of different kinds of data; a separate section on focus groups; an expanded ethics chapter; more coverage of digital media and photographs as data.

Table of Contents

Companion Website                                  xi
About the Author xii
Preface to Fourth Edition xiii
Part One THEORY AND METHOD IN QUALITATIVE 1 (110)
RESEARCH
1 What Is Qualitative Research? 3 (24)
1.1 In search of a working definition 3 (2)
1.2 Loaded evaluations of research methods 5 (2)
1.3 Methods should fit your research 7 (2)
question
1.4 The good sense of quantitative 9 (3)
research
1.5 The nonsense of quantitative research 12 (4)
1.6 The good sense of qualitative research 16 (2)
1.7 The nonsense of qualitative research 18 (4)
1.8 Varieties of qualitative research 22 (5)
2 Designing a Research Project 27 (30)
2.1 Selecting a topic 29 (4)
2.2 Formulating a researchable question 33 (4)
2.3 Fitting your research question into 37 (5)
an appropriate theory
2.4 Choosing an effective research design 42 (4)
2.5 An effective literature review 46 (5)
2.6 Basic terms in research design 51 (3)
2.7 Conclusions 54 (3)
3 Data Analysis 57 (30)
3.1 Some rules for data analysis 58 (6)
3.2 Content analysis 64 (3)
3.3 Grounded theory 67 (8)
3.4 Narrative analysis 75 (8)
3.5 Conclusion 83 (4)
4 Research Ethics 87 (24)
4.1 Ethical pitfalls 89 (8)
4.2 Ethical safeguards 97 (7)
4.3 Some ethical complications 104 (7)
Part Two METHODS 111 (238)
5 Ethnographic Observation 113 (48)
5.1 The ethnographic focus 119 (9)
5.2 Methodological issues 128 (20)
5.3 The theoretical character of 148 (9)
ethnographic observations
5.4 Conclusion: the unity of the 157 (4)
ethnographic project
6 Interviews 161 (46)
6.1 What is an `open-ended' interview? 161 (4)
6.2 Why interview? 165 (3)
6.3 Implications: three versions of 168 (2)
interview data
6.4 Positivism 170 (4)
6.5 Emotionalism 174 (7)
6.6 Constructionism 181 (5)
6.7 Adolescent cultures: combining `what' 186 (6)
and `how' questions
6.8 Moral tales of parenthood 192 (6)
6.9 The three models: a summary 198 (2)
6.10 Summary: basic issues 200 (1)
6.11 Three practical questions - and 201 (2)
answers
6.12 Conclusion 203 (4)
7 Focus groups 207 (22)
7.1 What are focus groups? 207 (3)
7.2 Analysing focus group data in social 210 (11)
science
7.3 Form or substance? 221 (6)
7.4 Concluding comments 227 (2)
8 Texts 229 (45)
8.1 Structure of this chapter 235 (1)
8.2 Comparative keyword analysis (CKA) 236 (2)
8.3 Ethnography 238 (18)
8.4 Ethnomethodology: membership 256 (15)
categorisation analysis
8.5 Conclusion 271 (3)
9 Naturally Occurring Talk 274 (45)
9.1 Why work with tapes? 277 (2)
9.2 Transcribing audiotapes 279 (5)
9.3 Why talk matters 284 (2)
9.4 Conversation analysis 286 (14)
9.5 Discourse analysis 300 (14)
9.6 Conversation analysis and discourse 314 (2)
analysis compared
9.7 Conclusion 316 (3)
10 Visual Images 319 (30)
10.1 Kinds of visual data 321 (1)
10.2 Research strategies 322 (5)
10.3 Content analysis 327 (1)
10.4 Semiotics 328 (7)
10.5 Workplace studies 335 (11)
10.6 Conclusion 346 (3)
Part Three RESEARCH PRACTICE 349 (60)
11 Credible Qualitative Research 351 (45)
11.1 Does credibility matter? 352 (8)
11.2 Reliability 360 (7)
11.3 Validity 367 (18)
11.4 Generalisability 385 (8)
11.5 Conclusions 393 (3)
12 Writing Your Report 396 (13)
12.1 Beginnings 400 (1)
12.2 Your literature review 401 (1)
12.3 Your methodology section 402 (1)
12.4 Writing up your data 403 (3)
12.5 Your final section 406 (1)
12.6 A short note on plagiarism 406 (1)
12.7 Self-expression or argument? 407 (2)
Part Four IMPLICATIONS 409 (56)
13 The Relevance of Qualitative Research 411 (30)
13.1 Three roles for the social scientist 414 (8)
13.2 The audiences for qualitative 422 (7)
research
13.3 The contribution of qualitative 429 (7)
social science
13.4 Summary 436 (1)
13.5 Conclusion 437 (4)
14 The Potential of Qualitative Research: 441 (24)
Eight Reminders
14.1 Take advantage of naturally 443 (2)
occurring data
14.2 Avoid treating the actor's point of 445 (4)
view as an explanation
14.3 Study the interrelationships between 449 (4)
elements
14.4 Attempt theoretically fertile 453 (2)
research
14.5 Address wider audiences 455 (3)
14.6 Begin with `how' questions; then ask 458 (1)
`why?'
14.7 Study `hyphenated' phenomena 459 (2)
14.8 Treat qualitative research as 461 (1)
different from journalism
14.9 Concluding remarks 462 (3)
Appendix: Simplified Transcription Symbols 465 (2)
Glossary 467 (6)
References 473 (18)
Author index 491 (5)
Subject index 496