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Handbook Of Qualitative Research In Education

Sara Delamont

Edited by Sara Delamont, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, UK

2012 640 pp Hardback 978 1 84980 509 4
2013 Paperback 978 1 78100 293 3
ebook isbn 978 1 84980 729 6

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The Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education offers both basic and advanced discussions of data collection, analysis and representation of all the best qualitative methods used in educational research.

Contents
Contributors: A. Allan, L. Allen, P. Atkinson, C. Bagley, G. Bhatti, R. Bishop, R. Boyask, H. Busher, R. Castro-Salazar, R.F. Clemens, M. Cortazzi, Z.B. Corwin, D.H. Currie, P. de Vries, S. Delamont, M. Dressman, J. Elliott, M. Forsey, B. Frank, A. Gitlin, J. Green, M. Hammersley, J. Holland, R. Holmes, W. Housley, N. James, L. Jin, A. Jones, W. Journell, D.M. Kelly, S. Kelly, M. Kusenbach, L. Lucas, A. MacLeod, R. Majerus, J. Mann, S. Middleton, D. Mills, L. Pérez Huber, L. Prior, L. Pugsley, P. Reader, J. Robinson, W.-M. Roth, J. Salisbury, P. Sikes, M.J. Somerville, A. Stewart, K. Stewart, M. Tamboukou, R. Thomson, W.G. Tierney, C. Watson, C. Wells, M.L. White

Further information

The Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education offers both basic and advanced discussions of data collection, analysis and representation of all the best qualitative methods used in educational research.

It contains four comprehensive yet concise sections on perspectives, settings, data collection and data analysis and representation. Authors from Australia, Europe, New Zealand and North America contribute to a wide-ranging and provocative Handbook that will inspire novice researchers and re-invigorate experienced scholars.

Its 44 well-documented chapters will serve academics and graduate students in educational research across all sectors of education from pre-school to graduate school, and all settings from formal to non-formal.

Full table of contents

Contents:

1. Introduction: Leaving Damascus
Sara Delamont

PART I: THEORETICAL AND DISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES
2. Sociology of Education: Advancing Relations between Qualitative Methodology and Social Theory
Ruth Boyask

3. Anthropology and Education
David Mills

4. Social Identities and Schooling: Ethnographic Studies
Sean Kelly and Richard Majerus

5. Linguistic Perspectives in Qualitative Research in Education: A Brief History
Judith Green and Anissa Stewart

6. History and Ethnography: Interfaces and Juxtapositions
Maria Tamboukou

7. Feminist Perspectives on Qualitative Educational Research
Alexandra Allan

8. Queer Theory, Ethnography and Education
Cassandra Wells, Anna MacLeod and Blye Frank

9. Indigenous Methods in Qualitative Educational Research
Russell Bishop

PART II: NON-SCHOOL SETTINGS
10. Vocational Education and Training: Sites for Qualitative Study
Jane Salisbury

11. Walk this Way, Talk this Way: Qualitative Research on Professional Education
Lesley Pugsley

12. Ethnographic Journeys in Higher Education
Lisa Lucas

13. Teacher Education: Qualitative Research Approaches
Mark Dressman, Wayne Journell and Jay Mann

14. Apprenticeship: Toward a Reflexive Method for Researching ‘Education in “Non-formal” Settings’
Wolff-Michael Roth

15. Total Institutions and Qualitative Research
Ghazala Bhatti

16. In Cyberspace: Qualitative Methods for Educational Research
Hugh Busher and Nalita James

PART III: DATA COLLECTION
17. Schools in Focus: Photo Methods in Educational Research
Louisa Allen

18. Mobile Methods
Margarethe Kusenbach

19. The Uses of Life History
William G. Tierney and Randall F. Clemens

20. Gathering Narrative Data
Jane Elliott

21. Jane’s Three Letters: Working with Documents and Archives
Sue Middleton

22. Memory Books as a Methodological Resource in Biographical Research
Rachel Thomson and Janet Holland

23. Turning the Camera on Yourself: Digital Video Journals in Educational Research
M.L. White

24. ‘Traditional’ Ethnography: Peopled Ethnography for Luminous Description
Sara Delamont

25. Autoethnography
Peter de Vries

26. Interviewing Individuals
Martin Forsey

27. Testimonio as LatCrit Methodology in Education
Lindsay Pérez Huber

28. Using Focus Groups
Jude Robinson

29. Group Interviews: Understanding Shared Meaning and Meaning-Making
Dawn H. Currie and Deirdre M. Kelly

30. Using Pictures to Analyse and Construct Knowledge
Paul Reader

31. The Role of Documents in Social Research
Lindsay Prior

PART IV: ANALYSIS AND REPRESENTATION
32. Transcription of Speech
Martyn Hammersley

33. Ethnomethodology, Conversation Analysis and Educational Settings
William Housley

34. Analysing Narratives: The Narrative Construction of Identity
Cate Watson

35. Approaching Narrative Analysis with 19 Questions
Martin Cortazzi and Lixian Jin

36. Analysing Fieldnotes: A Practical Guide
Zoë B. Corwin and Randall F. Clemens

37. Considering CAQDAS: Using and Choosing Software
Kate Stewart

38. The Literary and Rhetorical Turn
Paul Atkinson

39. From Voice: Exploring the Possibilities of Experimental Art
Andrew Gitlin

40. Textual Genres and the Question of Representation
Margaret J. Somerville

41. Autobiography: Tales of the Writing Self
Sara Delamont

42. Performing Findings: Tales of the Theatrical Self
Rachel Holmes

43. The Literary Turn: Fictions and Poetry
Pat Sikes

44. Dance: Making Movement Meaningful
Carl Bagley and Ricardo Castro-Salazar

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