Howitt: Intro to Qual_p2, 2nd Edition
©2013 |Pearson |
Dennis Howitt, University of Loughborough
©2013 |Pearson |
This second edition of Dennis Howitt’s Introduction to Qualitative Methods in Psychology provides a wealth of practical and theoretical advice which has made it such a trusted and valuable resource for students. Clear explanations and examples take the reader through qualitative research from data collection to analysis, and dedicated sections offer guidance on ethics, quality and report writing. Methods are broken down to give step-by-step practical advice and guidance, ensuring that students can understand the theory and carry out their own research. All of this is achieved while providing a thorough theoretical and historical context for the qualitative methods.
Part 1 Background to qualitative methods in psychology
1 What is qualitative research in psychology and was it really hidden?
2 How qualitative methods developed in psychology: the qualitative revolutiom
Part 2 Qualitative data collection
3 Qualitative interviewing
4 Focus groups
5 Ethnography/participant observation
Part 3 Qualitative data analysis
6 Data transcription methods
7 Thematic analysis
8 Qualitative data analysis: grounded theory development
9 Discourse analysis
10 Conversation analysis
12 Interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA)
13 Narrative analysis
Part 4 Planning and writing up qualitative research
14 Writing a qualitative report
15 Ensuring quality in qualitative research
16 Ethics and data management in qualitative research
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Dennis Howitt is at Loughborough University
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