|Title||The landscape of qualitative research|
|Author||edited by Norman K. Denzin and Yvonna S. Lincoln|
|Imprint||Thousand Oaks, CA : SAGE, 2013|
|Descript||xxi, 623p. ; 23 cm|
Introduction: the discipline and practice of qualitative research. -- Revitalizing universities by reinventing the social sciences: Bildung and action research. -- A history of qualitative inquiry in social and educational research. -- Ethics and politics in qualitative research. -- Ethics, research regulations, and critical social science. -- Paradigmatic controversies, contradictions, and emerging confluences, revisited. -- Feminist qualitative research lin the millenium's first decade: developments, challenges, prospects. -- The sacred and spiritual nature of endarkened transnational feminist praxis in quallitative research. -- Critical pedagogy, and qualitative research: moving to the bricolage. -- Cultural studies: performative imperatives and bodily articulations. -- Critical humanism and queer theory: living with the tensions postscript 2011 to living with the contradictions. -- Asian epistemologies and contemporary social psychological research. -- Disability communities: transformative research for social justice. -- Qualitative futures: where we might go from where we've been. -- Teaching qualitative research. -- Epilogue: toward a "Refunctioned ethnography"
|Political Science Library||300.72 L263 2013||CHECK SHELVES|
|Arts Library||H62 L263 2013||CHECK SHELVES|
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