For courses in Qualitative Research
Ideal for introducing the novice researcher to the theory and practice of qualitative research, this text opens students to the diverse possibilities within this inquiry approach, while helping them understand how to design and implement specific research methods. The author’s accessible writing style, the wealth of examples, and the numerous exercises provide opportunities for practicing and refining the skills of becoming a qualitative researcher. The new edition focuses on the development of research proposals; the history and concerns of institutional review boards (IRBs) and issues qualitative researchers sometimes confront when submitting proposals; greater information and examples on coding and thematic analysis, while also introducing other approaches to data analysis and arts based research through a chapter that encourages consideration of creative ways to approach and represent inquiry. Chapter 10 looks at sharing research results through participation at conferences and in publications.
Corrine Glesne is a qualitative research methodologist and educational anthropologist, Corrine Glesne has conducted ethnographic research in the United States and abroad. Her text Becoming Qualitative Researchers has been translated into several languages, including Turkish and Chinese. In 2014, she was asked to give the keynote at the Eurasian Educational Research Congress, held in Istanbul. Corrine was a professor at the University of Vermont for seventeen years. Later, as a traveling professor with an international educational program, she taught and accompanied undergraduates to India, the Philippines, Mexico, New Zealand, and England. In 2011, she embarked on a year-long, multi-site qualitative study of the “exemplary” academic art museum for the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, resulting in her book The Exemplary Museum: Art and Academia (2013, MuseumsEtc). Corrine did her doctoral work at the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. Her home is in Asheville, North Carolina.