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Basics of Qualitative Research: Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory
The Second Edition of this best-selling textbook continues to offer immensely practical advice and technical expertise that will aid researchers in analyzing and interpreting their collected data, and ultimately build theory from it. The authors provide a step-by-step guide to the research act. Full of definitions and illustrative examples, the book presents criteria for e ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published September 22nd 1998 by Sage Publications, Inc
(first published September 1st 1990)
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Decided you want to teach yourself qualitative research? Decided that you'd like to actually make that research, not just journalism? Well, apparently this is a good place to start. The start is dense. Unbelievably philosophically loaded dense. While I think I understand why it was important to the authors to situate themselves in a several hundred years of philosophy of science and realism, I'm not sure I needed to read it first. While this risks a degree of naivete, the philosophy made a lot m ...more
Memberi wawasan bagi pemula dalam penelitian kualitatif, khususnya grounded research. Tapi utnuk melakukan peneltiian grounded, belum cukup dengan hanya membaca buku ini. Kelebihan buku ini ialah dalam hal penjelasan langkah-langkah coding yang meliputi open coding, axial coding, dan selective coding (walaupun masih perlu berkerut dahi dan untuk melakukannya itu masih "urusan lain") dibandingkan buku-buku lain yang pernah saya baca (emang bacanya masih terbatas sekali sih...).
The writing style for this book is very clinical and not very engaging. However, the information and examples provided are incredibly useful, so stock up on some caffeine. There are a lot of references to other qualitative research books and studies, so if what you need isn't here, you can find it in the references.
I've often enjoyed assigned textbooks in my public health classes, but Stauss & Corbin mainly mystify me. If it wasn't for my qualitative data analysis class, I'm not sure I would know what grounded theory is after reading this book after all. The examples helped, but their wild metaphors did not.