Electronic Inspection Copy available for instructors here 'Thanks to this new book, psychology students now have a trustworthy and practical guide that takes them through all stages of qualitative research with rich examples and different paradigmatic perspectives.' Svend Brinkmann, Aalborg University, Denmark 'A well thought-out, accessible and engaging guide to conducting qualitative research projects. This is a must-read for any student beginning the qualitative journey.' Abigail Locke, University of Huddersfield, UK This book is for students who are embarking on a qualitative research project in psychology or a related discipline. While focusing mainly on undergraduate dissertations, this book will also be useful for postgraduate students. It takes you through planning a qualitative project, stage by stage, addressing key issues and concerns along the way. The focus throughout is on how to make your project excellent! Packed full of examples from student projects to help you to put theory into practice, the book guides you through: ac designing your research ac ethical considerations ac collecting your data ac analysing your data ac writing your report or dissertation. In addition, the book will help you with time management and working with your supervisor, as well as providing guidance on how you can use your project as the basis for publication or further study.The final stage of effective planning is to write down a project plan. A project plan is a succinct outline of your rationale, method and procedure. We recommend that you develop a project plan on one side of A4 paper, so that you can see theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Doing Your Qualitative Psychology Project|
|Author||:||Cath Sullivan, Stephen Gibson, Sarah C.E. Riley|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2012-03-22|