The Handbook of Teaching Qualitative and Mixed Research Methods


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Section 1. Research Ethics 1. Teaching Ethics in Qualitative Research 2. Obtaining Consent: Why, What and How; Section 2. Sampling in Qualitative Research 3. Teaching Qualitative Sample Size Estimation 4. Non-probability Sampling 5. Collecting Data from Networked Populations: Snowball and Respondent-driven Sampling 6. Sampling Design for Qualitative Research: Teaching Theoretical Sampling for Cross-cultural Research; Section 3. Interviewing as Data Collection 7. Teaching Interviewing: How to Guide Conversations for Qualitative Research 8. Cognitive Interviewing for Questionnaire Design and Evaluation 9. Ethnographic Interviewing: The Life of Language among Families 10. Free-list Interviewing 11. Qualitative Interviewing in the Study of Culture 12. Personal Network Analysis 13. A Strategy to Practice Moderating in Focus Groups 14. Focus Group Interviewing Method; Section 4. Observations as Data Collection 15. Participant Observation: How to Be a Participant and Observer at the Same Time 16. Observation as Data Collection 17. How Behavior Observations Enrich Qualitative Researchers 18. Ethnography: A First Overarching Look 19. Rapid Ethnographic Assessment 20. Teaching Field Notes 21. Ethnographic Writing 22. Teaching Reflexivity and Positionality 23. Autoethnography: Sensitizing the "I"24. Social Media Data Analysis 25. Shooting Video for Social Science Research; Section 5. Indigenous and Decolonizing Methods 26. A Brief Introduction to Critical Indigenous Research Methodologies 27. Ethically Engaging Marginalized Communities in Research 28. Talanoa Research Methodology: Strategies for Teaching an Indigenous Methodology 29. Centering Indigenous Practice: Talking Circles as Participatory Action Research 30. Indigenous Data Sovereignty and Governance 31. A Black Feminist Life History Method: How to Center Black Women’s Voices 32. Sister–girl Talk: A Method for Group Interviewing Black Women 33. Community-engaged Partnership Research 34. Theater as Ethnographic Method; Section 6. Visual and Participatory Methods 35. Photovoice and Participatory Visual Elicitation Methods 36. Teaching Ethnographic Photovoice as a Method for Studying Marginalized Groups 37. Digital Storytelling as a Tool for Critical Narrative Research 38. Introduction to Interactive 3D e-Participatory Methods through the Lens of Urban Planning Projects 39. Art-based Methods for Qualitative Research with Younger Children 40. Reflecting on Place: Group Sketch Mapping; Section 7. Building Blocks and Basis of Analysis 41. Transcription: Understanding Its Analytical Power 42. Handling Multilingual Data: Transcription and Translation 43. Teaching Theme Identification 44. Finding Themes Using the Cutting and Sorting Approach: Guided Exercises with Interview Data 45. Creating Visual Variables: A First Step in Systematic Analysis of Videotaped Data 46. Developing a Codebook for a Case Participant 47. Coding in Action: Applying Codes at Various Levels 48. Teaching Intercoder Reliability Assessment 49. Teaching Qualitative Content Analysis 50. Context Matters: Conducting Word-based Analysis in Qualitative Research; Section 8. Grounded Theory, Phenomenology and Narrative Analysis 51. Doing Grounded Theory: Key Steps for Design, Data Collection, and Analysis 52. Phenomenological Interpretation: A Creative Lesson on Lived Experience 53. Narrative Analysis 54. Narrative Analysis: The Narrated, Non-narrated, and the Disnarrated 55. Teaching Meaning and Idioms in Life History Narratives; Section 9. Linguistic Analysis 56. Corpus Linguistics and Its Role in Qualitative Research 57. Teaching about Variation 58. Analyzing Language as Actions-in-interaction 59. Teaching Indexicality through a Focus on Identity 60. Teaching Discourse Analysis Using Political Texts 61. Using Critical Discourse Analysis to Understand Texts in Context; Section 10. Network Analysis and Cultural Domain Analysis 62. Mixed Semantic Network Analysis to Explore Discoursive and Cultural Landscapes 63. Walking in Your Footsteps: Using Qualitative Methods in Whole Network Analysis 64. Mapping the Structure of a Cultural Domain: Cultural Domain Analysis 65. Measuring Cultural Consonance; Section 11. Modeling and Comparative Analysis 66. Topic Models: Modeling from Text Corpora 67. Agent-based Modeling in Mixed Methods Research 68. Teaching Meta-themes: A Mixed Methods Approach 69. Teaching Comparative Ethnography: Two Examples from the Environmental Governance Field 70. Uncovering Causal Complexity with Qualitative Comparative Analysis 71. Concepts before Numbers: Teaching Effective Calibration Practices for Qualitative Comparative Analysis

About the Author

Alissa Ruth is an Educational Anthropologist at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona, USA.

Amber Wutich is a President’s Professor of Anthropology, Director of the Center for Global Health, and Associate Director of the Institute for Social Science Research at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona, USA.

H. Russell Bernard is Director of the Institute for Social Science Research at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona, USA, and Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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