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The Researcher Experience in Qualitative Research

The Researcher Experience in Qualitative Research

December 1999 | 199 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
`A thoughtful and comprehensive text that will serve to raise awareness among novice researchers as to the need for critical debate and reflection with regard to various aspects of the researcher experience' - Qualitative Research

Aimed at researchers across the disciplines, this book illustrates why and how researchers must consider their own place in the research act. Part One looks at the various populations and settings involved in research. Part Two considers ways in which the researcher experience can be processed, and the book concludes with a section on how the researcher experience can be reported.

Susan Diemart Moch and Marie F Gates
What About the Researcher Experience?

Susan Diemart Moch
Health the Researcher Experience in Health Care Research
Sheila K Smith
Sensitive Issues in Life Story Research
Marie F Gates and Nancy R Lackey
The Researcher Experience in Health Care Reasearch With Families
Joyce Zerwekh
Qualitative Rearch Experience With Community Focus
Kimberly D Elsbach
Six Stories of Researcher Experience in Organizational Studies
Personal and Professional Insights

Susan Diemart Moch and Miriam E Cameron
Processing the Researcher Experience through Discussion
Larry Simmons and Marie F Gates
Processing Issues Related to Culture, Gender Orientation and Mentoring
Marie F Gates and Pamela Hinds
Qualitative Researchers Working in Teams
Richard L Ochberg
On Being Part of the Audience
Susan Diemart Moch
The Researcher Experience as Described in Published Reports
Susan Diemart Moch and Marie F Gates
Suggestions for Reporting in Health Care Research
Jennifer L Pierce
Lawyers, Lethal Weapons and Ethnography Authority
My Reflections on Fieldwork for Gender Trials

Rita M Gross
The Place of the Personal and the Subjective in Religious Studies

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