On Qualitative Inquiry

ISBN-10: 0807745448

ISBN-13: 9780807745441

Edition: 2005

Authors: George Kamberelis, Greg Dimitriadis, Margaret Smith

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Book details

List price: $31.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
Publication date: 9/7/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

From the NCRLL Editors
Introduction: Logic and Structure of the Book
Genealogy: Thinking History Differently
Rhetorical Orientations and Structure of the Book
Into the Fray: A Practiced and Practical Set of Analytic Strata
Indeterminacy and Positioning in Qualitative Inquiry
Predominant Chronotopes of Qualitative Inquiry
Why Chronotopes?
Objectivism and Representation
Reading and Interpretation
Skepticism, Conscientization, and Praxis
Power/Knowledge and Defamiliarization
Summary and Conclusions
A Selective History of Inquiry in Anthropology
Anthropology in the Twentieth Century: From Sapir to Hymes to Heath and Beyond
Ethnography of Communication: Linguistics in a New Key
The Emergence of New Approaches to Research
Reimagining the Research(er) as an Agent of Change
Ongoing Proliferations of the Ethnography of Communication Tradition
Coda: Inquiry Logics and the Ethnography of Communication Tradition
Responding to the Crisis of Representation: Writing Culture and Beyond
Beyond the Crisis of Representation: Reimagining the Field and Fieldwork
Coda: Inquiry Logics in the Wake of the Crises of Representation, Evaluation, and Praxis
Summary and Conclusions
A Selective History of Inquiry in Sociology
Nineteenth-Century Roots: Emile Durkheim and Max Weber
The Chicago School of Sociology
Foundationalist/Modernist Strands Within the Chicago School of Sociology
Coda: Inquiry Logics Within Foundational/Modernist Approaches
Interpretive Strands of Inquiry Within the Chicago School of Sociology
Coda: Inquiry Logics Within Interpretive Strands of the Chicago School
Marxism and the Emergence of Critical Modes of Inquiry
Sociology as Politics: Remaking the "Real"
Discourse and the Production of Reality: Michel Foucault and His Legacy
Reality as Articulation: From Gramsci to Deleuze and Guarttari
Coda: Inquiry Logics Within Critical Sociological Theory and Research
Summary and Conclusions
Qualitative Inquiry: A Transdisciplinary Metadiscourse
Approaches to Qualitative Inquiry Revisited: Language and Literacy Exemplars
Final Thoughts
About the Authors
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