Qualitative Research in Psychology Hardback
Edited by Brendan Gough
Part of the SAGE Benchmarks in Psychology series
This five-volume collection maps the terrain of qualitative psychology, using classic papers from the last 25 years to document key principles, orientations and virtues, and drawing on more recent papers to delineate current trends, innovations, and debates.
Although qualitative research has featured within the discipline of psychology throughout its history, the past 25 years has witnessed an avalanche of journals and textbooks, conferences, national and international associations all devoted to qualitative research, which means that this major work couldn't be timelier.
The volumes are structured chronologically to enable understanding of developments and trends in field, running from the foundations (volume 1) to contemporary issues (volume 5).
This major work is designed to serve students, faculty, practitioners, and educators with an interest in qualitative research within psychology and other social science disciplines. Volume One: Foundations Volume Two: Qualitative data collection Volume Three: Methodologies 1: From experiential to constructionist approaches Volume Four: Methodologies 2: Discursive and critical approaches Volume Five: Contemporary issues and innovations
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 1784 pages
- Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
- Publication Date: 18/12/2014
- Category: Research methods: general
- ISBN: 9781446282335