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In: The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection

Part VI: Collecting Data in Specific Populations

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Collecting Data in Specific Populations
Collecting Data in Specific Populations

The previous parts of this Handbook had a methodological focus on specific types of data to be collected in qualitative research after some of the basics and concepts were unfolded in Part II. Part VI treats qualitative data collection in specific populations in four chapters. Of course we could use a much wider collection of fields, but the four chapters represent some exemplary populations. Children as research partners come with particular challenges (see MacDougall and Darbyshire, Chapter 39, this volume) as does research with old people (see Stephens et al., Chapter 40, this volume). Here we took the time and age dimension and two endpoints of this dimension as an orientation for selecting the examples. ...

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