On Writing Qualitative Research: Living by Words
Routledge, Dec 16, 2003 - Education - 240 pages
This text is both about writing up qualitative research and is itself a qualitative study. The written reflections of students on the writing process and the interpretations and presentations of their findings provide a base of data which the authors have, in turn, analyzed and incorporated into their text. They have added accounts of their own experiences, and those of their colleagues and other published authors. All of these are woven into a theoretical framework that discusses them in detail.
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Chapter 1 To You From Us
Chapter 2 What Is There about Writing?
Chapter 3 Creating Forms Informing Understanding
Chapter 4 Working in Analytic Modes
Chapter 5 Working in Interpretive Modes
Chapter 6 Negotiating Collaborating Responding
Chapter 7 Ripples on the SelfRipples on Others
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