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Qualitative research in practice : examples for discussion and analysis / Sharan B. Merriam, Robin S. Grenier.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, c2019Edition: Second editionDescription: xiv, 457 pages ; 26 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9781119452027 (pbk.)
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • H62  M55 2019
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Contents:
Introduction to qualitative research -- Accessing and evaluating qualitative research -- Roles traditional healers play in cancer treatment in Malaysia: implication for health promotion and education how context shapes the design and implementation of a qualitative study -- The influence of mentorship and role models on university women leaders’ career paths to university presidency -- Hiking leisure: generating a different existence within everyday life -- Hiking the phenomenological psychological method -- Being -in-between: the lived experience of becoming a prosthesis user following the loss of a leg caught up between ethics and methodology: reflections addressing the unintended presence of a participant’s partner during a phenomenological interview -- Boxing culture and serious leisure among North American youth: an embodied ethnography -- Embodied ethnography as a research approach: further reflection and insights on boxing a s serious leisure -- A sojourn experience in the land of fire and ice: examining cultural competence and employee well-being through an autoethonography exploration -- Managing the burden and blessing of autoethnography -- A grounded theory of professional learning in an authentic online professional development program navigating the sea of data with grounded theory -- Openness and praxis: exploration the use of open education practice in higher education -- Why constructivist grounded theory?… and the importance of research reflexivity -- Chandra’s story: an adult education student journeys from fear to gratitude -- Narrative inquiry: good things take time -- Youth’s and adults’ stories related to the background for ADHD assessment -- Reflection on a narrative approach to autobiographical stories -- Drama, performance ethnography,and self-esteem: listening to youngsters with dyslexia and their parents when participants become researchers -- Voices from the field: preparing teachers for high needs schools -- Dramatizing data, creating art, and finding community: ethnodrama/arts-based research -- Action research by practitioners: a case study of a high school’s attempt to create transformational change -- Reflecting on taking action: three suggestions -- Collective voices: engagement of Hartford community residents through participatory action through action research -- Trust the process: reflection on participatory action research -- College students and Yik Yak: an exploratory mixed-methods study -- The best of both worlds: mixed methodologies “Talk to me”: a mixed-methods study on preferred physician behaviors during end-of-life communication from the patient perspective -- The sum is greater than its parts: using mixed methods to answer a complex healthcare question.
Summary: "Qualitative research seeks to discover and portray participants’ perspectives, uncovering new insights into our lives and social contexts. Within that paradigm there are numerous qualitative research designs, each guiding researchers towards this underlying goal in a slight different way. In this second edition of qualitative research in practice, Sharan Merriam and Robin Grenier have assembled a set of 16 articles exemplifying 8 key qualitative designs, allowing you to see how each approach informs real-world research. Each article is accompanied by the researchers’ reflections, so you can share in the process of discovery that characterizes the qualitative process."--Back cover
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Introduction to qualitative research -- Accessing and evaluating qualitative research -- Roles traditional healers play in cancer treatment in Malaysia: implication for health promotion and education how context shapes the design and implementation of a qualitative study -- The influence of mentorship and role models on university women leaders’ career paths to university presidency -- Hiking leisure: generating a different existence within everyday life
-- Hiking the phenomenological psychological method -- Being -in-between: the lived experience of becoming a prosthesis user following the loss of a leg caught up between ethics and methodology: reflections addressing the unintended presence of a participant’s partner during a phenomenological interview -- Boxing culture and serious leisure among North American youth: an embodied ethnography -- Embodied ethnography as a research approach: further reflection and insights on boxing a s serious leisure -- A sojourn experience in the land of fire and ice: examining cultural competence and employee well-being through an autoethonography exploration -- Managing the burden and blessing of autoethnography -- A grounded theory of professional learning in an authentic online professional development program navigating the sea of data with grounded theory -- Openness and praxis: exploration the use of open education practice in higher education -- Why constructivist grounded theory?… and the importance of research reflexivity --
Chandra’s story: an adult education student journeys from fear to gratitude -- Narrative inquiry: good things take time -- Youth’s and adults’ stories related to the background for ADHD assessment -- Reflection on a narrative approach to autobiographical stories -- Drama, performance ethnography,and self-esteem: listening to youngsters with dyslexia and their parents when participants become researchers -- Voices from the field: preparing teachers for high needs schools -- Dramatizing data, creating art, and finding community: ethnodrama/arts-based research -- Action research by practitioners: a case study of a high school’s attempt to create transformational change -- Reflecting on taking action: three suggestions --
Collective voices: engagement of Hartford community residents through participatory action through action research -- Trust the process: reflection on participatory action research -- College students and Yik Yak: an exploratory mixed-methods study -- The best of both worlds: mixed methodologies
“Talk to me”: a mixed-methods study on preferred physician behaviors during end-of-life communication from the patient perspective -- The sum is greater than its parts: using mixed methods to answer a complex healthcare question.

"Qualitative research seeks to discover and portray participants’ perspectives, uncovering new insights into our lives and social contexts. Within that paradigm there are numerous qualitative research designs, each guiding researchers towards this underlying goal in a slight different way. In this second edition of qualitative research in practice, Sharan Merriam and Robin Grenier have assembled a set of 16 articles exemplifying 8 key qualitative designs, allowing you to see how each approach informs real-world research. Each article is accompanied by the researchers’ reflections, so you can share in the process of discovery that characterizes the qualitative process."--Back cover

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