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Uwe Flick

In: The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection

Chapter 1: Doing Qualitative Data Collection – Charting the Routes

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Doing Qualitative Data Collection – Charting the Routes
Doing Qualitative Data Collection – Charting the Routes
Uwe Flick
Introduction

Collecting qualitative data has become a hot topic in qualitative research on various levels. Qualitative data analysis is less contested as a basis for doing qualitative research, although a wide range of approaches and procedures for analyzing qualitative data has been developed that exist side by side and in competition (see Flick, 2014a). But also in that context the relevant question is what counts as data to analyze and what is the best way to analyze social phenomena etc. In the context of collecting qualitative data, such discussions are much more intense and fundamental. Here, the three terms are discussed, rejected and defended: What means data for qualitative ...

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