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Classic Grounded Theory does a superlative job of clarifying and extending the works of Barney Glaser and the classical school of grounded theory in a way useful to both scholars and practitioners interested in applying this approach to the study of social behavior.
This is the classic grounded theory coach novice researchers have wanted. The authors anticipate the issues that stump people new to classic GT and answer frequently asked questions throughout the chapter. A clear, helpful resource.
This book is an excellent resource for researchers who want to situate their knowledge of GT within historical perspectives and tensions that contributed to the development of GT.
A nice overview and presentation about what classic grounded theory (GT) is. The book explains well the emergence of classic GT and the authors share their own experience in conducting GT. Beginners as well as advanced researchers will find some useful insights for conducting their own research. Classic Grounded Theory is a source of inspiration for encouraging the emergence of grounded theories.
This books is a lucid and pedagogical walk through of the basic tenets of classic grounded theory. It is an excellent guide for researchers and students (at least master level) who wish to understand how to conduct a GT-study, or making the most of this type of methodology. The authors are very experienced and provide relevant examples. One of the best recent book on classic GT!
This books is a lucid book on the basic tenets of classic grounded theory. It clarifies how it differers from qualitative research methods and analysis. It is an excellent guide for researchers and students who wish to understand how to conduct a GT-study, especially how to code the data. All is explained! The authors are very experienced and provide relevant examples. A must if you teach grounded theory to your students.