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Qualitative Research: Studying How Things Work by Robert E. Stake reviews the processes, procedures, concepts, and assumptions of qualitative research in a way that encourages the reader to consider multiple elements of the design, implementation, and reporting of a study. This book is appropriate for a wide range of qualitative and mixed-methods researchers, including those who are just beginning and those who have moved beyond the basics and are working on their own studies. Stake's clear and conversational style makes this book easy to understand and apply to one's own work, but the text will challenge readers to take their reasoning about and understanding of qualitative research beyond an introductory level.
Qualitative Research, Qualitative Research Design, Dissertation Proposal, Interpretation
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Chorba, K. (2011). A Review of Qualitative Research: Studying How Things Work. The Qualitative Report, 16(4), 1190-1194. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2011.1127
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