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The SAGE Handbook of Current Developments in Grounded Theory

The SAGE Handbook of Current Developments in Grounded Theory

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May 2019 | 704 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Building on the success of the bestselling The SAGE Handbook of Grounded Theory (2007), this title provides a much-needed and up-to-date overview, integrating some revised and updated chapters with new ones exploring recent developments in grounded theory and research methods in general. The highly-acclaimed editors have once again brought together a team of leading academics from a wide range of disciplines, perspectives and countries. This is a method-defining resource for advanced students and researchers across the social sciences.  
Part One: The Grounded Theory Method: 50 Years On
Part Two: Theories and Theorizing in Grounded Theory
Part Three: Grounded Theory in Practice
Part Four: Reflections on Using and Teaching Grounded Theory
Part Five: GTM and Qualitative Research Practice
Part Six: GT Researchers and Methods in Local and Global Worlds

Antony Bryant
Senior Editor's Introduction
Antony Bryant & Kathy Charmaz
Editors' Overview
Part 1: The Grounded Theory Method: 50 Years On
Adele Clarke
Chapter 1: Situating Grounded Theory and SA in the History of Interpretive Qualitative Inquiry
Part 2: Theories and Theorizing in Grounded Theory
Jörg Strübing
Chapter 2: The Pragmatism of Anselm L. Strauss: Linking Theory and Method
Udo Kelle
Chapter 3: The Status of Theories and Models in Grounded Theory
Cathy Urquhart
Chapter 4: Grounded Theory's Best Kept Secret: The Ability to Build Theory
Jane F. Gilgun
Chapter 5: Deductive Qualitative Analysis and Grounded Theory: Sensitizing Concepts and Hypothesis-Testing
Part 3: Grounded Theory in Practice
Uwe Flick
Chapter 6: From Intuition to Reflexive Construction: Research Design and Triangulation in Grounded Theory Research
Janice M. Morse & Lauren Clark
Chapter 7: The Nuances of Grounded Theory Sampling and the Pivotal Role of Theoretical Sampling
Linda Liska Belgrave & Kapriskie Seide
Chapter 8: Coding for Grounded Theory
Massimiliano Tarozzi
Chapter 9: Coding and Translating: Language as a Heuristic Apparatus
Robert Thornberg & Ciarán Dunne
Chapter 10: Literature Review in Grounded Theory
Vivian Martin
Chapter 11: Using Popular and Academic Literature as Data for Formal Grounded Theory
Melanie Birks & Jane Mills
Chapter 12: Rendering Analysis Through Storyline
Jo Reichertz
Chapter 13: Abduction: The Logic of Discovery of Grounded Theory - An updated review
Susanne Friese
Chapter 14: Grounded Theory Analysis and CAQDAS: A Happy Pairing or Remodeling GT to QDA?
Andrea Gorra
Chapter 15: Keep your Data Moving - Operationalisation of Abduction with Technology
Mitsuyuki Inaba & Hisako Kakai
Chapter 16: Grounded Text Mining Approach: A Synergy between Grounded Theory and Text Mining
Krzysztof Konecki
Chapter 17: Visual Images and Grounded Theory Methodology
Katherine Irwin
Chapter 18: Grounded Theory Methods in the Context of Masculinity and Violence
Kumar Ravi Priya
Chapter 19: Using Constructivist Grounded Theory Methodology: Studying Suffering and Healing as a Case Example
Part 4: Reflections on Using and Teaching Grounded Theory
Judith Holton
Chapter 20: Teaching and Learning Grounded Theory Methodology: The Seminar Approach
Barney Glaser
Chapter 21: Grounded Description
Part 5: GTM and Qualitative Research Practice
Norman K. Denzin
Chapter 22: Grounded Theory and the Politics of Interpretation, Redux
Katja Mruck & Günther Mey
Chapter 23: Grounded Theory Methodology and Self-Reflexivity in the Qualitative Research Process
Sharlene Hesse-Biber & Hilary Flowers
Chapter 24: Using a Feminist Grounded Theory Approach in Mixed Methods Research
R. Burke Johnson & Isabelle Walsh
Chapter 25: Mixed Grounded Theory: Merging Grounded Theory with Mixed Methods and Multimethod Research
Iddo Tavory & Stefan Timmermans
Chapter 26: Abductive Analysis and Grounded Theory
Stacy M. Carter
Chapter 27: Grounded Theory and Empirical Ethics
Gregory Hadley
Chapter 28: Critical Grounded Theory
Part 6: GT Researchers and Methods in Local and Global Worlds
Joanna Crossman & Hiroko Norma
Chapter 29: The Implications of Internationalisation for Teaching, Learning and Practising Grounded Theory
Roxanne Bainbridge, Janya McCalman, Michelle Redman-MacLaren, & Mary Whiteside
Chapter 30: Grounded Theory as Systems Science: Working with Indigenous Nations for Social Justice
Joyce M. Duckles, George Moses, & Robert Moses
Chapter 31: Community-Based Participatory Research and Constructivist Grounded Theory: Aligning Transformative Research with Local Ways of Being and Knowing

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ISBN: 9781473970953