Handbook of Emergent Methods

Handbook of Emergent Methods

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Social researchers increasinly find themselves looking beyond conventional methods to address complex research questions. The Handbook of Emergent Methods is the first book to comprehensively examine emergent qualitative and quantitative theories and methods across the social and behavioral sciences. Providing scholars and students with a way to retool their research choices, the volume presents cutting-edge approaches to data collection, analysis, and representation. Leading researchers describe alternative uses of traditionnal quantitative and qualitative tools, innovative hybrid or mixed methods; and new techniques facilitated by technological advances. Consistently formatted chapters explore the strengths and limitations of each method for studying different types of research questions and offer practical, in-depth examples.pacities make XML the putative standard tool for CAQDAS-type qualitative data analysis by distributed research teams, and ... With open publication of schemata used to structure documents, XML-based CAQDAS applications would be able to runtransparently across a network. ... However, we earlier noted difficulties in defining input conditions and in handling the exponential growth in combinations ofanbsp;...


Title:Handbook of Emergent Methods
Author: Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber, Patricia Leavy
Publisher:Guilford Press - 2010
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