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Social Research Methods: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches
  • H. Bernard
  • Computer Science, Sociology
  • 21 December 2000
Part I: Background to Research Chapter 1. About Social Science Chapter 2. The Foundations of Social Research Chapter 3. Preparing for Research Part II: Research Design Chapter 4. Research Design:Expand
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Research Methods in Anthropology: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches
Chapter 1. Anthropology and the Social Sciences Chapter 2. The Foundations of Social Research Chapter 3. Preparing for Research Chapter 4. Research Design: Experiments and Experimental ThinkingExpand
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Techniques to Identify Themes
Theme identification is one of the most fundamental tasks in qualitative research. It also is one of the most mysterious. Explicit descriptions of theme discovery are rarely found in articles andExpand
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Data Management and Analysis Methods
This chapter is about methods for managing and analyzing qualitative data. By qualitative data the authors mean text: newspapers, movies, sitcoms, e-mail traffic, folktales, life histories. They alsoExpand
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Analyzing Qualitative Data: Systematic Approaches
Preface Acknowledgments PART I. THE BASICS Chapter 1. Introduction to Text: Qualitative Data Analysis Chapter 2. Collecting Data Chapter 3. Finding Themes Chapter 4. Codebooks and Coding Chapter 5.Expand
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Research methods in anthropology : qualitative and quantitative methods
"Research Methods in Anthropology" is a standard textbook for methods classes in anthropology programmes. Since the 1980s it has launched thousands of students into the field with its combination ofExpand
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Research Methods in Cultural Anthropology
PART ONE: PREPARING FOR FIELD RESEARCH Anthropology and Social Science The Foundations of Social Research Anthropology and the Experimental Method Sampling Choosing Research Problems, Sites andExpand
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The Anatomy of Envy: A Study in Symbolic Behavior [and Comments and Reply]
Envy is a pan-human phenomenon, universally feared, at least subconsciously, as a particularly dangerous emotion, since it implies hostility and aggression capable of destroying individuals and evenExpand
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Comparing Two Methods for Estimating Network Size
In this paper we compare two methods for estimating the size of personal networks using a nationally representative sample of the United States. Both methods rely on the ability of respondents toExpand
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Handbook of Methods in Cultural Anthropology
chapter 1 I. Perspectives chapter 2 1. H. Russell Bernard, Introduction chapter 3 2. Tomas Schweizer, Epistemology: The Nature and Validation of Anthropological Knowledge chapter 4 3. Jeffrey C.Expand
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