Review: Catherine Marshall & Gretchen B. Rossman (2006). Designing Qualitative Research

  • Carlos Nunes Silva University of Lisbon
Keywords: design of qualitative research proposals, qualitative methods, quantitative versus qualitative research, traditional versus critical qualitative research

Abstract

This book is a well-informed introduction to qualitative research methodologies and is organized as a guide for the preparation of qualitative research proposals. It describes and discusses, in seven chapters, different types of qualitative research and the appropriate methods of data collection, analysis and interpretation. This fourth edition includes references to recent theoretical and methodological developments associated with post-modern, feminist and post-colonial perspectives as well as the new challenges faced by online qualitative research. It is a useful reference for undergraduate and graduate students interested to develop a qualitative research project. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0803137

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Author Biography

Carlos Nunes Silva, University of Lisbon
Carlos Nunes SILVA, PhD, is Professor Auxiliar at the University of Lisbon, Department of Geography. His research interests include local government policies, urban and metropolitan governance, urban planning, planning ethics, and e-government. He is also interested in research methodology.
Published
2008-07-14
Section
FQS Reviews