How Qualitative Data Analysis Happens

Moving Beyond "Themes Emerged
 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
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  • erscheint ca. am 19. Dezember 2018
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 272 Seiten
978-1-138-04467-8 (ISBN)
 
How is qualitative data actually collected, analyzed, and accomplished? How Qualitative Data Analysis Happens: Moving Beyond "Themes Emerged" offers an in-depth look into how qualitative social science researchers studying family issues and dynamics approach their data analyses. It moves beyond the usual vague statement of "themes emerged from the data" to show readers how researchers actively and consciously arrive at their themes and conclusions, revealing the complexity and time involved in making sense of thousands of pages of interview data, multiple data sources, and diverse types of data.

How Qualitative Data Analysis Happens: Moving Beyond "Themes Emerged" focuses on a diversity of topics in family research across the life course, and the various authors provide detailed narratives into how they analyzed their data from previous publications, and what methodologies they used, ranging from arts-based research, autoethnography, community-based participatory research, ethnography, grounded theory, to narrative analysis. Supplemental figures, images, and screenshots, which are referred to in the chapters, are included in an accompanying eResource, as well as links to the previously published work on which the chapters are based.

This book is an invaluable resource for experienced and novice qualitative researchers throughout the social sciences.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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  • 26 s/w Tabellen
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  • 26 Tables, black and white
  • Höhe: 229 mm
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  • Breite: 152 mm
978-1-138-04467-8 (9781138044678)
1138044679 (1138044679)
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Áine M. Humble is Professor in Family Studies and Gerontology at Mount Saint Vincent University, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

M. Elise Radina is Professor in Family Science and Social Work at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
List of Tables





List of Figures





Acknowledgements





Editors





Contributors











Introduction: Real Stories of How This Volume Happened


M. Elise Radina and Aine M. Humble








Section 1: Stories





Chapter 1: Analyzing Self and Other in Autoethnography: Telling Secrets About One's Stillborn Child


Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower





Chapter 2: Creating Research Poetry: A Nursing Home Example


Evonne Miller





Chapter 3: Applying Indigenous Analytical Approaches to Sexual Health Research: A Reflection on Unikkaqatigiiniq (Storytelling) and Sananiq (Crafting)


Gwen K. Healey





Chapter 4: Thematic and Phenomenological Analysis in Research on Intimate Relationships


Paul C. Rosenblatt and Elizabeth Wieling





Chapter 5: Sharing Expertise in Appalachia: A Collaborative Feminist Content Analysis of In-Depth Interviews with Older Women Cancer Survivors


Katherine R. Allen and Karen A. Roberto





Chapter 6: Revisiting and Remaking the Listening Guide: An Ecological and Ontological Narrativity Approach to Analyzing Fathering Narratives


Andrea Doucet





Chapter 7: Authenticity in Qualitative Data Analyses: Notes on Racial and Gender Diversity in Team Ethnography of Young Men of Color


Kevin Roy, John Hart, and Laura Golojuch





Chapter 8: What Does This Mean to You? Partnering with Amigas de la Comunidad to Analyze the Housing Conditions of Undocumented Latina Immigrants


Colleen K. Vesely, Bethany L. Letiecq, Rachael Goodman, Marlene Marquez, Liciane Alves, Wendy Lazo, and Roberto Martinez





Chapter 9: Lost in the Data: Strategies Used to Analyze a Large-Scale Collaboratively-Collected Qualitative Dataset of Low-Income Families


Katherine E. Speirs, Colleen K. Vesely, and Kevin Roy





Chapter 10: Uprooting Grounded Theory: The Messy Reality of Understanding Low-Income Couples' Cohabitation Transitions


Tyler Jamison





Chapter 11: Charting the Course: Analytic Processes Used in a Study of Residents' Care Networks in Assisted Living


Candace Kemp, Mary M. Ball, and Molly M. Perkins





Chapter 12: Using Family-Level Data in Research on Work-Related Travel: A Multi-Tonal Experience


Anisa Zvonkovic and Andrea Swenson





Chapter 13: An Ethnographic Analysis of Latino Gay Youth's Paths to Homelessness


H. Daniel Castellanos





Section 2: Dialogues





Chapter 14: Dialogue about Arts-based Research


Gwen K. Healey, Evonne Miller, and Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower





Chapter 15: Dialogue about Reflexivity


Katherine R. Allen, Bethany L. Letiecq, Karen A. Roberto, Paul C. Rosenblatt, and Elizabeth Wieling





Chapter 16: Dialogue about Qualitative Data Analysis Software


Tyler Jamison, Candace Kemp, Katherine E. Speirs, Andrea Swenson, and Colleen K. Vesely





Chapter 17: Dialogue about Data Display


H. Daniel Castellanos, Mary M. Ball, and Anisa Zvonkovic





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