In their 2007 book, Qualitative Research Practice: Concise Paperback Version, Clive Seale, Giampietro Gobo, Jaber F. Gubrium, and David Silverman have offered students, teachers, and researchers a practical guide for understanding and conducting qualitative research. In doing so, they and their chapter contributing colleagues have also taken us as readers into their insiders’ worlds of being qualitative researchers, so we can benefit from their self-narratives of the “nitty-gritty of research practice.” The result is an excellent text that is both pragmatic and personal.
Qualitative Research, and Handbook
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Chenail, R. (2007). Embracing the Practical, the Pragmatic, and the Personal: A Review of Clive Seale, Giampietro Gobo, Jaber F. Gubrium, and David Silverman’s Qualitative Research Practice. The Qualitative Report, 12(1), 106-110. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol12/iss1/7