'Like water wings for the qualitative research beginner, Successful Qualitative Research: A Practical Guide for Beginners gracefully supports methodological novices until they learn to swim elegantly, on their own, in qualitative waters… As a teacher, researcher or a student, you will want to thank the gifted methodologists Braun and Clarke for making it all seem so easy' Michelle FineThe City University of New York, NY, USA
'This practical guide refreshingly demystifies the qualitative research process, relentlessly pushing an agenda for uncomplicated but high standards across the board and generously enabling anyone, no matter how inexperienced, to get on with it and do it well.
Very easy to read and understand. Very good for beginners to qualitative research.
An excellent well-laid out textbook reference in research methodology, highly recommendable to students and lecturers.
An excellent book that clearly outlines the principles of qualitative research. An essential read for undergraduate students interested in qualitative research.
Clear, to the point, relevant to today's world.
Added to reading list
This excellent book is just what our second-year Psychology students need to complete a really thorough Qual assignment.
Written in an accessible style. Key aspects and concepts clearly explained. Vey good range of topics covered
Excellent text, that students love and that covers all elements of qualitative research. An excellent guide for students starting out on qualitative research. Have now ordered the latest edition
This is *the* text to recommend to students who have to learn the basics of qualitative methods through self-directed learning. Even though this edition is from 2013, the content seem perfectly up-to-date for the beginning student.
This is a really thorough introductory book that supports learners in familiarising themselves with qualitative research. Braun and Clarke offer insight into various approaches in an accessible and compelling style. This has been added this to recommended reading list for our staff development course.
This is an excellent and very thorough review of the main research methods used within Criminology at this institute. However, as some students will prefer quantitative methods I will only be recommending this to students rather than citing it as a core text.
Essential for research qualitative methods with level 6 students. Overviews of all key aspects and 10 fundamentals of qualitative data is particularly useful for students. Will be using this across lectures.
Very clear guide to using qualitative data and straightforward to use
Very approachable in style.
this is an excellent book essential to the delivery of qualitative research, students are encouraged to purchase this book from the library.
For students who are undertaking qualitative research this book is an essential read. It is comprehensive, well written and provides the student with both basic and more advanced information. I have added it to the BSc undergraduate and masters reading list.
A great duo Braun and Clark. The book has lovely examples of research questions and outlines the practical aspects of qualitative research. Presented in a well written way and easy to access for students. It guides the students through the process of qualitative research offering suggestions, guidance and support.
An excellent resource for post-graduate students doing qualitative research.