Offering a step-by-step approach to collecting, analyzing, designing and interpreting qualitative research
This engaging, student-centered text presents invaluable insights into the practice of qualitative and mixed methods research. In this thoroughly updated edition, authors Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber and Patricia Leavy offer a mix of theoretical approaches for qualitative methods practice that ranges from the interpretive tradition to critical perspectives.
New to This Edition
- New chapters on the case study approach and how to write up qualitative research
- Enhanced coverage of ethics woven throughout each chapter
- Exemplary research studies designed to engage students in hands-on research practice
- Tips for guiding students through the research process
- New sections on concept mapping, cross-cultural and international focus groups, computer-assisted technologies for analyzing qualitative and mixed methods data, and arts-based research projects
- Ancillaries at www.sagepub.com/hessebiber2e, which provide students and instructors with ongoing up-to-date learning resources.
This text is appropriate for all undergraduate and beginning graduate-level students taking qualitative and research methods courses in the social and behavioral sciences.
Sample Materials & Chapters
- Links to a variety of qualitative and mixed methods SAGE journal articles
- PowerPoint presentations for each chapter