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Listening to people : a practical guide to interviewing, participant observation, data analysis, and writing it all up

Listening to people : a practical guide to interviewing, participant observation, data analysis, and writing it all up (Loan 1 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Lareau, Annette, author.
Title Statement
Listening to people : a practical guide to interviewing, participant observation, data analysis, and writing it all up / Annette Lareau.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Chicago ;   London :   The University of Chicago Press,   2021.  
Physical Medium
325 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Chicago guides to writing, editing, and publishing
ISBN
9780226806570 9780226806433
요약
"Sociologist of education Annette Lareau is renowned in her field for her compassionate ethnographic work and the insightful ideas she's able to draw from it. With Listening to People, she has given us an extremely practical guide to doing the kind of work she has been celebrated for. Lareau covers just about everything a social scientist needs to know--formulating a topic and honing it down to a good research question, obtaining IRB approval, finding a site and making introductions, conducting high-quality interviews and participant--observation, taking good notes and writing them up later, analyzing the data, and best of all, making clear how much the data analysis and the writing are part of the same process. Her tone throughout is about as straightforward as it gets, and she very generously shares stories of her own mistakes, missteps, and anxieties. Written for students and scholars in sociology, education, communications, social work, and possibly political science, anthropology, and related fields, the book will be an indispensable guide for graduate students and faculty in the social sciences (broadly conceived), and is even suitable for undergraduates"--
Content Notes
Introduction : the emergent nature of the research process -- Before you begin : dreaming and thinking -- Preparing : the early steps in a study -- Learning to interview : what to do before and after the interview -- How to conduct a good interview : dig deep -- Learning to do participant observation : a practical guide -- Writing high-quality field notes : details matter -- Data analysis : thinking as you go -- Writing : becoming clearer about your contribution -- Conclusion : why interviews and participant observation research are valuable.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Sociology --Methodology. Social sciences --Methodology. Social sciences --Fieldwork. Interviewing in sociology. Participant observation.
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Contents information

Author Introduction

아네트 라루(지은이)

캘리포니아 대학교 샌타크루즈 캠퍼스를 졸업하고 캘리포니아 대학교 버클리 캠퍼스에서 사회학 박사학위를 받았다. 메릴랜드 대학교와 탬플 대학교 사회학 교수를 거쳐, 현재 펜실베이니아 대학교 사회학 교수로 있다. 미동부사회학회(Eastern Sociological Society), 미국사회학회(American Sociological Association, ASA) 등에서 활발히 활동했다. 《가정의 이점: 초등교육에서 사회 계층과 부모의 개입(Home Advantage: Social Class and Parental Intervention in Elementry Education)》을 썼고,《 민족지학 여행: 현장조사의 실제 통계(Journeys through Ethnography: Realistic Accounts of Fieldwork)》에 공동 편집자로 참여했다. 이 책은 출간과 함께 큰 반향을 일으키면서, 2004년 미국사회학회의 ‘윌리엄 J. 구드 가족사회학 최우수도서상’ ‘문화사회학 부문 최우수도서상’ ‘아동·청년기 부문 공로상’과 2003년 미국교육학회의 비평가상을 수상했다. 그리고 2004년 사회문제연구학회의 C. 라이트 밀스 상(C.Wright Mills Award) 최우수상 후보에 오르기도 했다.

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Table of Contents

1: Introduction: The Emergent Nature of the Research Process
2: Before You Begin: Dreaming and Thinking
3: Preparing: The Early Steps in a Study
4: Learning to Interview: What to Do before and after the Interview
5: How to Conduct a Good Interview: Dig Deep
6: Learning to Do Participant Observation: A Practical Guide
7: Writing High-Quality Field Notes: Details Matter
8: Data Analysis: Thinking as you Go
9: Writing: Becoming Clearer about Your Contribution
10: Conclusion: Why Interviews and Participant Observation Research Are Valuable
Final Words
Acknowledgments
Appendix to Chapter 3: Navigating the Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Subjects: Or, How to Manage the IRB Process
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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