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Qualitative Research Methodologies for Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy

ISBN: 9781032312637
ISBN: 9781032312637
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Διαστάσεις 25 × 17 cm
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Paperback

Εκδόσεις

Ημ. Έκδοσης

2023/11

Σελίδες

352

Έκδοση

2η έκδοση

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Περιγραφή

This comprehensive text provides a practical introduction to the range of qualitative methodologies and methods being used by occupational science and occupational therapy researchers today, enabling readers to produce and critique high-quality qualitative research themselves.

Showcasing a diverse range of qualitative research from both academic scholarship and the wider community of health professionals, each chapter combines both foundational knowledge and therapeutic applications. Importantly, the book lucidly explains the synergy between research problem, choice of methodology, and methods. It also fosters a best-practice approach, ensuring that qualitative research is epistemologically sound while reflecting the values and beliefs of the diverse communities within which research is conducted.

This new edition, featuring an international range of authors, also addresses new and cutting-edge research methodologies, including Indigenous methodologies, netnography, the visual arts, and Big data. It is the ideal textbook for any student, practitioner, or researcher of occupational science and occupational therapy.

Περιεχόμενα

Chapter 1 – Introduction to The Second Edition

Shoba Nayar & Mandy Stanley

Chapter 2 -Tenets of Qualitative Research: Deepening Understandings

Mandy Stanley & Shoba Nayar

Chapter 3 – Connections, Disruptions and Transformations: Decolonizing Qualitative Research

Isla Emery-Whittington, Lana Draper and Chontel Gibson          

Chapter 4 – Qualitative Descriptive: A Very Good Place to Start

Mandy Stanley

Chapter 5 – Grounded Theory

Kate D’Cruz & Shoba Nayar

Chapter 6 – Phenomenology

Kirk Reed

Chapter 7 – Case Study Methodology

Simon Leadley, Margaret Jones, & Clare Hocking

Chapter 8 – Narrative inquiry

Jens Schneider, Laetitia Zeeman, Natalie Edelman and Lee Price

Chapter 9 – Ethnography

Suzanne Huot & Anne-Cécile Delaisse

Chapter 10 – Critical Discourse Analysis

Debbie Laliberte Rudman & Silke Dennhardt

Chapter 11 – Participatory Action Research

Tanya Elizabeth Benjamin-Thomas & Debbie Laliberte Rudman

Chapter 12 – Visual Methodologies: Photovoice in Focus

Eric Asaba, Melissa Park, Margarita Mondaca, & Debbie Laliberte-Rudman

Chapter 13 – Visual arts-based methodologies

Laura R. Bowman & Katie Mah

Chapter 14 – Community-Based Research

Roshan Galvaan & Pam Gretschel

Chapter 15 – Netnography

Amy Wallis

Chapter 16 – Qualitative Evidence Synthesis

Carolyn M Murray, Katie Robinson, & Mandy Stanley

Chapter 17 – Big Qualitative Data

Mandy Stanley

Chapter 18 – Best (or Better?) Practices

Shoba Nayar