Professor Flick’s Handbook offers several pathways to understanding qualitative data -and the appropriate methods - for discovery, exploration, analysis, storage, retrieval, and sharing, as well as working with multiple methods. The materials about cultural contexts, reflexive accounts, and especially the use of electronic documents illuminate the challenges and solutions of more sophisticated qualitative analysis.
The Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection brings together the leading scholars to express the dynamism and creativity which now cut across all disciplines and topics. The major types of qualitative data collection include interviews, focus groups, narratives, conversation analysis, discourse analysis, observations, ethnography, performance and hermeneutics, and videography, with pragmatic ideas about how to conduct each type of data collection. Two major sections discuss and analyze digital data collection, and how to use these data alone of with other forms of qualitative data. The cr
My co-teacher and I offer two PhD courses in qualitative methods. At that level of teaching, we do not have one single text book: we offer a selection of readings including text books. Most of these books are published by Sage. This new volume from Flick is extremely rich and of a high academic level. It is perfectly suited for our course and needs. My co-teacher and I hope that our course participants will read some of the chapters for their PhD and also use it when they are asked to teach their first courses.
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