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Qualitative urban analysis : an international perspective / edited by Paul J. Maginn, Susan M. Thompson, Matthew Tonts.

Publication:
Amsterdam ; Oxford : Elsevier JAI, 2008.
Series:
Studies in qualitative methodology ; v. 9
Format/Description:
Book
ix, 249 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Subjects:
Cities and towns -- Research -- Methodology.
Qualitative research.
Contents:
Qualitative urban analysis : towards a pragmatic renaissance / Paul J. Maginn, Susan M. Thompson and Matthew A. Tonts
Pt. 1. On theory and method. Understanding institutions, actors and networks : advancing constructionist methods in urban policy research / Tony Manzi and Keith Jacobs
Multiplicities, interwoven threads, holistic paths : the phronetic long-haul approach / Sophie Bond and Michelle Thompson-Fawcett
Quality or quantity? : the role of qualitative research in evaluating urban renewal programs / Bruce Judd and Bill Randolph
Are you taking notes on us? : reflections on case study research in urban environments / Jenny Muir
pt. 2. Understanding key urban issues. Immigration, settlement and cultural diversity : towards narrative research methods / Philip Brown
Diverse communit responses to controversial urban issues : the contribution of qualitative research to policy development / Jane Pitcher ... [et al.]
The utility of qualitative research : a study of gender empowerment in Sri Lanka / Peter Hancock
Urban spaces, ageing places? : Insights from interviews and focus groups into the spatiality of later life / Juliana Mansvelt
Make sure there is a shady tree : participation and action research with Australian Aboriginal communities / Andrew Guilfoyle, Juli Coffin, and Paul J. Maginn
Epilogue : re-qualifying the city / Jane M. Jacobs.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Maginn, Paul J., 1968-
Thompson, Susan, 1954-
Tonts, Matthew.
ISBN:
9780762313686 (hbk.)
0762313684 (hbk.)
OCLC:
191244570
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