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The quality coverage of theoretical and methodological approaches in previous chapters will give most researchers the tools to be able to attempt a reflexive interpretive process...There is a sense of richness, depth and argumentation that should satisfy most readers. Admirably, the narrative drive of the volume is never lost under the collective weight of the different approaches covered.
Excellent text, easily assimilated and ideal for looking at aspects of qualitative research to support theses, dissertations and projects
In opposition to most literature on 'how to conduct good social science research which is either empirically oriented or gives priority to theoretical and philosophical considerations, which tends to make empirical research look odd or irrelevant', this volume on 'Reflexive Methodology' explicitly turns towards a consideratin of the perceptual, cognitive, theoretical, linguistic, political and cultural circumstances as backdrop of data interpretation and research design.
A challenging but excellent text for those interested in this type of methodology
The book touches on all the issues involved varying qualitative research and validating the results by employing reflexivity. It is a great read for those who are not yet familiar with reflexivity consent and are planning to adopt it in their research design
An excellent text for assisting students/researchers in understanding -- and in developing a thoughtful approach to -- epistemology for qualitative research studies.
A helpful guide to reflixive research.
As students try to discover their appraoches to research methodologies, this book provides a useful introduction to the many facets of qualitative methods.
It provides students who are studying at Postgraduate and doctoral level a comprehensive approach to these strategies and allows the reader to make informed choices as to their appraoches within this diverse area.
Thought provoking in a positive manner.
This text is especially useful for those researching in Health & Social Care, and Education. Reflexivity is a key part of professional development and can be incorporated into research. I have recommended this book to my students as novice researchers who are grappling with the dynamic nature of qualitative research
This is a great book! Passionate and open about qualitative approaches. It is probably too in-depth for the course we run but I do encourage students to read it.
A intersting text which considers all aspects of reflexive methodology. A little advance for Early Years Teacher Status hence the reason for not adopting.
An excellent textbook to help understanding in this elusive subject
This textbook provides a thorough and critical introduction to a variety of theories of communication, many of which are usually not considered in methodology books. It is highly recommended for any dedicated research methods course as well as for those needing some in-depth methodological introspection at the post-graduate and academic research level.
An extremely well written text that explores and elaborates on reflexivity. Has been recommended to my MBA students in order to understand reflexive methodology in light of current research.
A very specialized text but containing many interesting ideas and insights.
This book provides an in-depth understanding by paying attention to the interpretive, political and rhetorical nature of empirical research. It shows how research has been done to give ideas for new researchers in conducting qualitative research.
Although this is a really good book, I feel that it would be a little theoretically and philosophically 'heavy' for undergraduate students. I would however, recommend for postgraduate students.
Excellent text,but font rather small which makes it slow reading.
The book has a very good structure and gives a very thoroughly overview of the subject.
Splendid book which is fairly easy for the students to understand. I have previously used the Swedish version but as some of our students prefer the English language, we will go with this in future.