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In: The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection

Part II: Concepts, Contexts, Basics

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Concepts, Contexts, Basics
Concepts, Contexts, Basics

Part II outlines concepts, contexts and basics of qualitative data collection in thirteen chapters. Concepts discussed include: what are the implications of specific topics and frameworks, like theory (see Maxwell, Chapter 2, this volume) and ethics (see Mertens, Chapter 3, this volume) for collecting qualitative data? And how are issues of inference (deduction, induction, and abduction – see Kennedy and Thornberg, Chapter 4, this volume) currently reflected, discussed and solved in qualitative data collection?

Contexts to be discussed here are questions of sampling material that become relevant for data collection (see Schreier, Chapter 6, this volume) or finding access to the research field (see Bengry, Chapter 7, this volume). Technical aspects such as recording and transcription (see Jenks, Chapter 8, ...

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