I’m back! I wasn’t really gone, just very busy!
What to do with all those old photos laying around? You know…the ones made B.D. (before digital). 233 more words
Ponterotto, Joseph G. 2006. “Brief Note on the Origins, Evolution, and Meaning of the Qualitative Research Concept ‘Thick Description.’ The Qualitative Report 11(3): 538-549.
1) What, exactly, is thick description? 350 more words
Borland, K. 1998. “’That’s Not What I Said’: Interpretative Conflict in Oral Narrative Research.” Pp. 310-321. In The Oral History Reader, 2ed. Ed. Robert Perks and Alistair Thomson. 245 more words
Marcon, Teresa and Abhijit Gopal. 2003. “’Everybody Had Their Say’: Making Sense of Voice and Silence in Technological Settings.” CMS 3: 1-16.
Organizations as sites of persistent voice and silence, technological sites and voices as recent introduction — these are often considered texts or artifacts (reports, manuals, self-serve training courses, time sheets, etc.) – but can be seen as authoritative voice, even when technology breaks down. 120 more words
Wainwright, David. 1997. “Can Sociological Research Be Qualitative, Critical, and Valid?” The Qualitative Report 3(2).
Qualitative accepted when submitted to positivist understandings of reliability and validity, but how does this impact ethnographic data collection and roots in phenomenology and technique of critiquing discourse? 881 more words
From the researcher’s point of view, one’s research project can easily be visualised as an assault course of obstacles to overcome. Once you have successfully tackled the formulation of the research question, you find yourself confronted with the next obstacle: methodology. 627 more words