Interpreting Qualitative Data offers an invitation to learn the craft of qualitative research. 

Based on worked-through examples and students exercises, David Silverman's text spans the range of different approaches within the qualitative tradition. The author considers the relations between qualitative and quantitative methods in social research, and the strengths of specific methodologies. In particular, the book focuses on:

  • issues of observation, analysis and validity in qualitative reserach
  • the theoretical underpinnings applicability of major traditions of qualitative research, including ethnography, symbolic interactionism, semiotics, conversation analysis and ethnomethodology
  • the centrality of language as the medium of communication of the subjects of qualitative research, and the ways in which such communication can be studied -- through the analysis of interviews, texts and transcripts.

This broad-ranging critical text will be invaluable to students of qualitative research, micro-sociology, cultural studies and conversation analysis.


Judul: Interpreting Qualitative Data: Methods for Analysing Talk, Text and Interaction
Penulis: David Silverman
Penerbit: SAGE Publications
Edisi: 1993
Halaman: 224
Ukuran: 15.5 x 23.5 x 1.5 cm
Sampul: Soft Cover
Bahasa: English
Kondisi: Buku Bekas Koleksi Pribadi
Lokasi: 001/Sil/i
Harga: Rp. 55.000

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