Warren and Karner’s (2010) second edition of Discovering Qualitative Methods provides the novice and/or student sociology researcher with a solid foundation in the historical and theoretical underpinnings of qualitative research as it is applied to the social sciences. Once the reader is grounded in the history and principles of qualitative research the book evolves into a rich, informative, "how-to" guide for those undertaking the complexities of contemporary qualitative research, including fieldwork, qualitative interviews, and collection of visual/textual and internet data.
Qualitative Research, Sociology, Field Research, Qualitative Interviewing
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Yehl, A. (2009). Comprehensive yet "Passionate"— Discovering Qualitative Methods: Field Research, Interviews, and Analysis (2nd ed.) by Carol A. B. Warren and Tracy Xavia Karner. The Qualitative Report, 14(4), 280-283. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol14/iss4/19