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In this updated version of her innovative and distinctive book, "Stretching" Exercises for Qualitative Researchers, author Valerie J. Janesick extends her dance and yoga metaphors to strengthen her argument that tapping into one's artistic side-the side that is more creative and less inhibited-is fundamental to realizing one's potential as a qualitative researcher. With a focus on developing habits of mind through intuition and creativity, this Third Edition provides a series of exercises that are both imaginative and immensely practical in helping students to see the artistic side of research and reflection. Thoroughly classroom tested, these exercises demystify the research process and help researchers become more active observers, interviewers, and learners as they develop and critique their habits of observation, questioning, creativity, writing, and analysis.
Table of Contents
|Qualitative Research and Habits of Mind|
|The Observation and Writing Habit|
|Advancing the Observation and Reflection Habit|
|The Interviewing and writing habit|
|The Creative Habit|
|The Analysis and Writing Habit|
|Sample Letter to Participants|
|Examples of Researcher Reflective Journals|
|Sample Interview Protocols From a Completed Study|
|Qualitative Research Methods: Sample Syllabus|
|Sample Projects From Various Classes|
|Sample Consent Form Recently acceptedby the IRB|
|Conducting interviews: Rules of Thumb|
|Sample Sets of Categories From a Completed Study|
|Sample edited transcripts|
|Warm up writing exercises for your journal|
|Analytical coding process|
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