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  1. Lecture 1: Welcome to the Research Community 6 items
    1. Essential: 2 items
    2. Background Readings: 4 items
  2. Lecture 2: Interviewing 9 items
    1. Essential: 2 items
    2. Background Reading: 7 items
      1. Interviewing in qualitative research - Alan Bryman

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      2. Interviewing and focus groups - Rosaline S. Barbour, John Schostak

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      3. Chapter 10: Interviews - Martyn Denscombe

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      4. Chapter 8: Qualitative interviewing - Nigel Fielding

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      5. The interview - Ranjit Kumar

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      6. Chapter 9: Interviews - Colin Robson

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  3. Lecture 3: Ethnography and Interviews 9 items
    1. Essential: 2 items
      1. Growing Up in Poor Neighbourhoods - Robert MacDonald, Tracy Shildrick, Colin Webster, Donald Simpson 12/2005

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    2. Background Reading: 7 items
      1. Chapter 14: Qualitative data - Martyn Denscombe

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      2. Principles of thematic analysis - Nigel King, Christine Horrocks

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      3. Chapter 5: Data analysis - David Silverman

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  4. Lecture 4: Participant Observation or Ethnography 15 items
    1. Essential: 2 items
    2. Background Readings: 13 items
      1. The professional stranger: an informal introduction to ethnography - Michael H. Agar 1996

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      2. Participant Observation and Fieldnotes - Robert M Emerson, Rachel I Fretz, Linda L Shaw

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      3. Chapter 9: Ethnography - Nigel Fielding

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      4. Ethnography - Juliet Goldbart, David Hustler

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      5. Ethnography: principles in practice - Martyn Hammersley, Paul Atkinson 2007

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      6. Fieldnotes: the making of anthropology - Roger Sanjek, AES Invited Sessions 1990

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  5. Lecture 5: Writing up Research 14 items
    1. Essential: 2 items
    2. Background Reading: 12 items
      1. Chapter 24: Writing Ethnography - Alan Bryman

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      2. Writing culture: the poetics and politics of ethnography - James Clifford, George E. Marcus, School of American Research (Santa Fe, N.M.) 1986

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      3. Humphreys, M. & T. Watson 2009. Ethnographic Practices: From 'writing-up ethnographic research' to 'writing ethnography'. In Organizational Ethnography: Studying the Complexity of Everyday Life (eds) S. Ybema, D. Yanow, H. Wels & F. H. Kamsteeg. SAGE. [TO ORDER]

      4. Chapter 7: Arguing and Explaining - Bruce Oliver Newsome

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      5. Ethnographies revisited: constructing theory in the field - Steven W. Kleinknecht, Antony J. Puddephatt, William Shaffir 2009

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      6. Writing: a method of inquiry - Laurel Richardson, Elisabeth St. Pierre

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  6. Lecture 6: Surveys and Questionnairs 11 items
    1. Essential: 2 items
      1. The Aristocracy of Culture - Pierre Bourdieu

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    2. Background Reading: 9 items
      1. Chapter 8: Using Questionnaires - Peter T. Newby

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      2. Questionnaires - R. Newell

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      3. Chapter 8: Surveys and Questionnaires - Colin Robson

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      4. Chapter 11: Questionnaires

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  7. Lecture 7: 6 items
    1. Essential: 2 items
      1. Chapter 10: Extracting Information from Statistical Data - Peter T. Newby

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    2. Background Reading: 4 items
      1. Chapter 13: Qualitative Data Analysis - Earl R. Babbie

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      2. Chapter 13: Content analysis - Alan Bryman

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      3. Presenting your findings - Neil Burton

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      4. Chapter 10: Evidence and Data - Bruce Oliver Newsome

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  8. Lecture 8: Qualitative Methodologies: Gaps and Limitations 13 items
    1. Essential: 2 items
    2. Background Readings: 11 items
      1. Selecting methods of data collection - Judith Bell

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      2. Chapter 2: Research Design - Alan Bryman

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      3. Developing a Research Question - Bruce Oliver Newsome

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      4. Chapter 11: Writing - Bruce Oliver Newsome

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      5. Chapter 4: Selecting method(s) of collecting data - Colin Robson

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      6. Chapter 20: Validity, reliability and the quality of research - Clive Seale

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  9. Lecture 9: Documents and Discourse Analysis 18 items
    1. Essential: 2 items
    2. Background Reading: 16 items
      1. Analysing documentary realities - Paul A. Atkinson, Amanda Coffrey

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      2. Doing things with documents - Lindsay Prior

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      3. Chapter 7: Analysis of documentary evidence - Brendan Duffy

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      4. Policy discourses in school texts - Meg Maguire, Kate Hoskins, Stephen Ball, Annette Braun 10/2011

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      5. Analysing talk and text - Anssi Peräkylä

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      6. Doing things with documents - Lindsay Prior

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      7. Documents: artifacts of modern knowledge - Annelise Riles c2006

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      8. Chapter 10: Documents - David Silverman

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  10. Lecture 10: Writing a Research Proposal 13 items
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      1. Chapter 2: Critical Educational Research - Louis Cohen, Richard Bell, Lawrence Manion, Keith Morrison

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    2. Background Readings: 11 items
      1. Chapter 3 - Judith Bell

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      2. Chapter 25: Ethics - Alan Bryman

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      3. Chapter 3: Research Ethics and Laws - Bruce Oliver Newsome

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      4. Social research methods: qualitative and quantitative approaches - William Lawrence Neuman 2014

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      5. Chapter 4; Ethics in Educational Research - Keith Punch, Alis Oancea

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