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In: The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection

Part IV: Digital and Internet Data

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Digital and Internet Data
Digital and Internet Data

After more traditional approaches to data collection such as talking to and observing participants and their backgrounds, were the focus in the earlier part of the Handbook and complemented by approaches to material data (see Part III), Part IV turns to data collection from a different angle.

The six chapters in this part have the area of digital qualitative research and the study of internet forms of communication as the main focus. This area is maybe the most fascinating development not only for qualitative research, but here in particular. Fundamental questions of what data are in this context, and what they may be beyond, are raised as well as specific ethical concerns to be considered here. Therefore Part ...

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