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Expanding Approaches to Thematic Analysis

Creative Engagements with Qualitative Data
ISBN: 978-1-03-248452-5
GTIN: 9781032484525
Einband: Fester Einband
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Each chapter introduces readers to a different approach to thematic analysis, explores that approach's theoretical and disciplinary roots, and illustrates how that approach can be used to generate themes. The book also includes 'methodologies in action;' helpful examples of creative theming from doctoral students and early career scholars

Each chapter introduces readers to a different approach to thematic analysis, explores that approach's theoretical and disciplinary roots, and illustrates how that approach can be used to generate themes. The book also includes 'methodologies in action;' helpful examples of creative theming from doctoral students and early career scholars

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AutorWolgemuth, Jennifer R. (Hrsg.) / Guyotte, Kelly W. (Hrsg.) / Shelton, Stephanie Anne (Hrsg.)
VerlagTaylor and Francis
EinbandFester Einband
Erscheinungsjahr2024
Seitenangabe298 S.
AusgabekennzeichenEnglisch
AbbildungenFarb., s/w. Abb.
MasseH22.9 cm x B15.2 cm
CoverlagRoutledge (Imprint/Brand)
Auflage1. A.
ISBN978-1-03-248452-5

Über den Autor Jennifer R. (Hrsg.) Wolgemuth

Jennifer R. Wolgemuth is Associate Professor of Qualitative Research at the University of South Florida. Drawing on critical, poststructural, and new materialist theories, she explores inquiry as an agential process that simultaneously investigates and creates lives and communities to and for which researchers are responsible.Kelly W. Guyotte is Associate Professor of Qualitative Research at the University of Alabama. Always inspired by her background in the visual arts, her research interests include issues of gender and equity in higher education and artful inquiry practices, as well as qualitative pedagogy and mentoring.Stephanie Anne Shelton is Associate Professor of Qualitative Research at the University of Alabama. Guided by her extensive background in K-12 and teacher education, and situated within queer and feminist theories, she often engages in interview, focus group, and observation-based research that explores LGBTQ+ issues in educational research.

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