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Composing qualitative research

Author: Golden-Biddle, Karen ; Locke, KarenPublisher: Sage, 2007.Edition: 2nd ed.Language: EnglishDescription: 136 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1412905613Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Composing Qualitative Research Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Writing About Writing Writing Our Fieldwork Focus on "Theorized Storyline" Organization of Chapters 1. The Style and Practice of Our Academic Writing The Predominant Style of Academic Writing: Unadorned and Disembodied Experiencing the Practice of Academic Writing Write It Up, But What Do We Write? Write It Up, But For Whom Do We Write? Write It Up, But Under What Terms Will Our Writing Be Granted a Disciplinary Audience? The Style and Practice of Academic Writing: Interested and Persuasive Discourse Our Writing Task 2. Crafting a Theorized Storyline Establishing Theorized Storylines Move 1: Articulate Study Significance Move 2: Situate Study in Literature Synthesized Coherence Progressive Coherence Noncoherence Move 3: Problematize Literature to Make Space for Study to Contribute Incomplete vii 1 2 4 5 6 9 10 11 13 14 17 17 23 25 26 27 31 33 34 36 37 38 Inadequate Incommensurate Move 4: Foreshadow How the Present Study Addresses Problematization 3. Developing the Theorized Storyline Compelling Beginnings Novel Use of Methodology Sections Data­Theory Coupling Telling, Showing, and Telling Minimal Telling, Showing, Telling, More General Telling Storylines With Field and Theory Complications 4. Characterizing the Storyteller Storyteller in the Guise of Institutional and Human Scientist Institutional and Human Storyteller in Relationship to the Studied Institutional and Human Portrayals as Technically Competent Storyteller Institutional and Human Scientist as Field-Knowledgeable Storyteller 5. Re-Writing the Story Re-Writing the Manuscript Prior to Journal Review Re-Writing the Manuscript During the Journal Review Process Engaging and Re-Writing the Field Story and What It Is About Re-Writing the Articulated Theorized Storylines How Authors Engage Reviewer Suggestions for Re-Writing the Manuscript Reflections on the Re-Written Manuscripts Conclusion Concluding Comments Writing and Re-Writing Sharing Reading References Index About the Authors 39 41 44 47 48 51 52 53 55 57 61 63 68 71 76 81 83 86 87 91 100 108 110 113 114 115 115 117 127 135

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