How do you plan, organize and structure qualitative research writing? What are the step-by-step principles in setting our written work on qualitative research?
This thoughtful and helpful book, offers students an unparalleled primer in writing qualitative research. The book provides clear guidance on how subjectivity is managed, and how scientific rigour is achieved by making the workings of written study transparent. Sensitive issues dealing with the proper use of identity in research settings are clearly discussed. Techniques for avoiding reductive, essentialist judgements are presented and critically assessed. The daunting task of transferring data into text is expertly handled, leaving students with a reliable source for all
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Adrian Holliday is Professor of Applied Linguistics at Canterbury Christ Church UniversityReview :
'[This book] adopts an informal, honest and familiar writing style which, true to the content of the book, works as a good example of how qualitative research can, and should, be written up' - Qualitative Research
'The book is an indispensible tool for those who seek information on the way qualitative research is planned, organized and structured. It proves to be very effective in sorting out the practical problems of those who intend to incorporate the principles of qualitative research into the written language' - Discourse and Society
'The book is a useful resource for both students and teachers of qualitative research. It is well-conceived, well-written and an honest book' - Forum: Qualitative Social Research
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Description du livre SAGE Publications Ltd, 2001. Paperback. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire DADAX0761963928