Ethics in Ethnography A Mixed Methods Approach
Edition: 2nd 2014
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In integrating qualitative AND quantitative research methods, the Toolkit stands alone. Most competitors are published by Sage. Other Toolkits exist, but they are limited to one particular discipline (e.g., archeology) or to a specific approach (Flick/Sage’s Qualitative Research Kit, 2007, 1,320 pp., $224). The Ethnographer’s Toolkit addresses much broader issues across the social science disciplines (anthropology, sociology, geography, management sciences, and education). In covering all the research modalities that ethnographers should utilize to carry out exemplary work, it actually is a set of mixed methods texts. It is far more thorough than both general research methods texts, which allot to qualitative research a small portion of their text, and research methods books in qualitative research and ethnography. It is easy to read, and includes examples of materials and forms that can be applied immediately as well as many practical examples. Further, it bridges the worlds of applied and basic or university-based research in ways that continue to make the set accessible to users in many disciplines and at varying levels of expertise.There are no texts that highlight the kind of systematic modeling and process of interaction of research models with data collection like book 2, and there no book addresses the broad variety of issues that book 6 covers with reference to the ethical conduct of ethnographic research OR the blow-by-blow application of ethnography to a variety of areas of applied social science. Both of these books, which are new, are sorely needed.
List price: $42.00
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: AltaMira Press
Publication date: 3/1/2015
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall