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Postmodern and Poststructural Approaches to Nursing Research
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Postmodern and Poststructural Approaches to Nursing Research

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January 2000 | 184 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Offering pluralistic perspectives on the patient experience and patient care, this book examines these in the context of postmodern and poststructural approaches, especially: the ways in which theses approaches can be used to inform us about health care; the practical aspects of proposing and carrying out research projects using these approaches; and the `intellectual journey' required to come to grips with their meaning and application.
 
Setting the Parameters
What This Book is About and Why it is Important  
 
Situating Postmodern Thought
 
Thinking and Researching Poststructurally
 
Speaking Practically, Part One
"Proposing" Research Informed by Postmodern and Poststructural Approaches  
 
Speaking Practically, Part Two
"Doing" Research Informed by Postmodern and Poststructural Approaches  
 
The Journey Forward

An illuminating introduction to postmodern and poststructural research. It includes practical guidance of how to undertake postmodern and poststrucural research, with useful examples.

Dr Valerie Larkin
Public Health and Wellbeing, Northumbria University
December 23, 2014

This book captures very neatly critical discursive issues on health research. I have found this book to be easy to read in terms of the lay out and format. It focuses on important key issues related to qualitative health based research. It also explains key concepts and theories in a detailed way. Some helpful examples throughout the book but more importantly I feel this book is very useful for the health researcher i.e. literature reviews to undertaking research. A great resource for the post graduate researcher and as a framework for teaching at a Bsc level and Phd level.

Miss Zanib Mohammed
health sciences, University of York
December 10, 2014

This book is probably too advanced for this level of student although may be useful for the libary for those who want to read more

Ms Zoe Cowie
Nursing , Bournemouth University
September 25, 2011

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