Qualitative Research for the Information Professional
A Practical HandbookBook - 1997
Since the 1960s, qualitative methodologies have been attracting significant and growing interest as research tools. This text is an integrated manual on how to conduct qualitative research. Its coverage includes all aspects of the field from conception to completion and all areas from multisite studies to data organization. The book features many examples and case studies and offers a manual of practice designed for LIS professionals. It covers: an introduction to qualitative research in library and information management; grounded theory and types of qualitative research in library and information management; fieldwork and data collection in library and information management; recording data in fieldwork; analysing qualitative data; writing qualitative research reports; and examples of qualitative research in library and information management.
Publisher: London : Library Association Publishing, 1997
Branch Call Number: 020.72 G68q 1997
Characteristics: 287 p. : ill. ; 25 cm