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  1. Multiple and intersecting Identities in Qualitative Research

    Edited by Betty Merchant, Arlette Ingram Willis

    This book extends the current discourse on the role of cultural knowledge in qualitative research, especially research conducted by women of color within their own community. Each author reports on her attempts to conceptualize herself as a researcher while simultaneously trying to honor her...

    Published October 31st 2000 by Psychology Press

  2. Fifty Years of Anthropology and Education 1950-2000

    A Spindler Anthology

    By George and Loui Spindler

    Edited by George Spindler, George Spindler

    George and Louise Spindler are widely regarded as significant founders of the field of educational anthropology. This book brings together their best, most seminal work from the last 50 years--a time frame representing the developmental epoch of the field--and binds them together with a master...

    Published May 31st 2000 by Psychology Press

  3. The Science of Self-report

    Implications for Research and Practice

    Edited by Arthur A. Stone, Christine A. Bachrach, Jared B. Jobe, Howard S. Kurtzman, Virginia S. Cain

    Rigorous methodological techniques have been developed in the last decade to improve the reliability and accuracy of self reports from research volunteers and patients about their pain, mood, substance abuse history, or dietary habits. This book presents cutting-edge research on optimal methods for...

    Published July 31st 1999 by Psychology Press

  4. Inside Stories

    Qualitative Research Reflections

    Edited by Kathleen B. deMarrais

    Although articles reporting research studies are helpful in acquainting students with methodological approaches, they often make the process look so straightforward, clean, and effortless. It is rare to find an article that tells the "real" story behind the finished product. By having real...

    Published May 31st 1998 by Routledge

  5. Points of Viewing Children's Thinking

    By Ricki Goldman-Segall, Ricki Goldman

    This book is about learning and ethnography in the context of technologies. Simultaneously, it portrays young people's "thinking attitudes" in computer-based learning environments, and it describes how the practice of ethnography is changing in a digital world. The author likens this form of...

    Published October 31st 1997 by Psychology Press

  6. Composing a Teacher Study Group

    Learning About Inquiry in Primary Classrooms

    By Richard J. Meyer, With Linda Brown, Elizabeth DeNino, Kimberly Larson, Mona McKenzie

    There has been a flurry of writing about teachers as inquirers and researchers as well as books about children as inquirers. This volume brings these two areas together -- teachers and students are inquiring at Ridgeway Elementary School. It demonstrates the importance of thought collectives as...

    Published September 30th 1997 by Routledge

  7. Doing Qualitative Analysis In Psychology

    Edited by Nicky Hayes

    In recent years, qualitative analysis has become accpeted as part of modern psychology. Concern about the limitations of conventional laboratory- based research combine with a growing interest in real world issues to produce an awareness of the rich potential of qualititative analysis. Virtualy all...

    Published July 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  8. Community-Based Ethnography

    Breaking Traditional Boundaries of Research, Teaching, and Learning

    By Ernest T. Stringer, Mary Frances Agnello, Sheila Conant Baldwin, Lois McFayden Christensen, Deana Lee Philb Henry

    Co-written by a professor and 10 students, this book explores their attempts to come to grips with fundamental issues related to writing narrative accounts purporting to represent aspects of people's lives. The fundamental project, around which their explorations in writing textual accounts turned,...

    Published June 30th 1997 by Psychology Press

  9. Interpretive Ethnography of Education at Home and Abroad

    Edited by Louise Spindler, Louise Spindler

    This ambitious and unique volume sets a standard of excellence for research in educational ethnography. The interpretive studies brought together in this volume are outstanding discipline-based analyses of education both in the United States and in complex societies abroad....

    Published April 30th 1987 by Psychology Press