The second edition of the SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research is an extraordinary compendium of the central current issues in qualitative research in psychology. Capturing the diversity and plurality of qualitative methods of investigation, this updated handbook also considers matters such as ethics and reflexivity shared across methods.
This is a very welcome and timely second edition of the highly-regarded SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research in Psychology. In the nine years since it was first published in 2008, qualitative research in psychology has flourished into a rich, diverse and vibrant field. As the Editors of this Handbook note, there is a sense of sophistication that has evolved throughout these recent developments.
The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research in Psychology is comprehensive and bold, celebrating the wide range of methods, approaches, perspectives and applications among qualitative research in psychology. Written by leading psychologists, this handbook covers what are now well established qualitative methods while considering methodological changes required by contemporary developments, such as social media and the routine recording of people at work, blurring the distinctions between public and private and research and everyday practice.
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