Published by The Falmer Press, 1995, Paperback.
Condition: Very Good. Slight tanning to the margins of the wrappers otherwise a very well presented copy.
A Later Printing. From the cover: Doing Qualitative Research explores the experiences of becoming and continuing to develop as qualitative researcher. It grows out of the very research process it explains, exemplifies and provides guidance for. Specifically, it integrates a focus on understanding both the cognitive processes involved in engaging the methods of qualitative research and the affective feel engendered by these same procedures; entering, observing, interviewing, analyzing, reporting and reflecting. The premise is that this cognitive/affective mesh is an essential qualitative research reality and, as such, must be highlighted, better understood and harnessed.
The book is presented in an integrated flow that parallels the research process. Into its chapters are woven the accounts of beginning as well as established researchers. This work is intended for those who are first learning about qualitative research as well as those who are more advanced and who may be teaching about it.