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Qualitative housing analysis [electronic resource] : an international perspective / edited by Paul J. Maginn, Susan Thompson, Matthew Tonts.

Author/Creator:
Paul J. Maginn Staff Corporate Author
Publication:
Bingley : Emerald Jai, 2008.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (300 p.)
Series:
Studies in qualitative methodology ; v. 10.
Studies in qualitative methodology, 1042-3192 ; v. 10
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Subjects:
Housing -- Research -- Methodology.
Qualitative research.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Offers a theoretical and empirical perspective on the value, potential and contribution that qualitative research methodologies bring to the analysis of housing policy issues within an international context. This book also includes discussion of specific
Contents:
Qualitative Housing Analysis: An International Perspective; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction; Chapter 1. Qualitative Housing Analysis: A Meta-Framework for Systematising Qualitative Research; Introduction; An Introduction to Grounded Theory; The Challenge of Housing; The Challenge of Scale and Extent; Developing a Grounded Theory: A Case Study of Intergenerational Participation in a Public Housing Community; The Challenge of Evidence-Based Policy; A Meta-Framework for Systematic Qualitative Research; Foundations for a Pragmatic sol evolutionary Systematic Approach
So Where to from Here quest Structure of the Book; References; Part I: Home and Homelessness; Chapter 2. House and Home: Methodology and Methods for Exploring Meaning and Structure; Introduction; Background to the Christchurch House and Home Study; The Research Team and Preliminary Theoretical Work; Methodology and Methods; Qualitative Research Methods and the Examination of Social Structure; Conclusions; Notes; Acknowledgements; References; Chapter 3. Reinterpreting the Research Path: Using Qualitative Methods in Homelessness Research; Introduction; Homelessness Research in Australia
Qualitative Research and Homelessness Inclusive Research Practice; Key Principles and Strategies; Strategies for Inclusive Research Practice; Conclusions; Notes; References; Chapter 4. 'Felt Homelessness': The Contribution of Qualitative Approaches to Homelessness Research; Introduction; Operational or Experiential quest the Limits of Defining for Measurement; Felt Evidence: Epistemological and Methodological Rupturings; Conclusions: The Value of Bodily Knowledges; References; Part II: Researching Complex Housing Needs and Worlds
Chapter 5. Residents, Interviewees, Class Representatives quest Reflections on the Use of Qualitative Interviews in Knowing the Worlds of Gentrification Introduction; Neighbourhood Change, Place and Identity in Notting Hill; Constructing the Field: Research Questions and the Researched Populations; Doing the Fieldwork: Addressing Practical Challenges and Grounding Theory; Rationalizing the Rationalizations: Analysis and Presentation; Conclusions; Notes; References; Chapter 6. Building Back Better in Sri Lanka: A Mixed Method Approach to Comparative Policy Evaluation; Introduction
Introduction to the Recovery Policies Research Strategy; Objective 1: Analyse Factors Influencing Policy Formulation and Implementation; Objective 2: Assessing Policies Against Stated Objectives; Objective 3: Assessing Policy Contribution to Sustainable Livelihoods; Conclusions; Notes; References; Chapter 7. Accommodating Gypsy sol travelers: Inclusive Approaches for Collaborative and Peer-Led Research with Gypsy Travelers; Introduction; Gypsy sol travelers in the UK; Qualitative Research Approaches and Methods; Socially Inclusive Research; Conclusions; References
Part III: Community and Housing
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Maginn, Paul J., 1968-
Thompson, Susan, 1954-
Tonts, Matthew.
ISBN:
1-280-77086-4
9786613681638
1-84663-991-3
OCLC:
609843580