Yin, Robert K.

Qualitative research from start to finish Robert K. Yin - 2nd ed. - New York : Guilford Press, 2016. - xxix, 386 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 343-365) and indexes.

I. Understanding Qualitative Research 1. What Is Qualitative Research--and Why Might You Consider Doing Such Research? 2. Getting Ready to Do Qualitative Research 3. How to Start a Qualitative Research Study II. Doing Qualitative Research 4. Choices in Designing Qualitative Research Studies 5. Doing Fieldwork 6. Data Collection Methods 7. Recording Data 8. Analyzing Qualitative Data, I: Compiling, Disassembling, and Reassembling 9. Analyzing Qualitative Data, II: Intepreting and Concluding III. Presenting the Results from Qualitative Research 10. Displaying Qualitative Data 11. Composing Research, to Share It with Others IV. Taking Qualitative Research One Step Further 12. Broadening the Challenge of Doing Qualitative Research Appendix A. Illustrative Study Bank Appendix B. Two Levels of Data Collection Units in Illustrative Qualitative Studies Cited in This Book Appendix C. A Semester- or Year-Long Project A Glossary of Special Terms Used in Qualitative Research



Qualitative research
Social sciences--Research

H62 / .Y57 2016


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