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    Zeller, N. & Farmer, F. (1999)."Catchy, clever titles are not acceptable'': Style, APA, and qualitative reporting. International Journal for Qualitative Studies in Education, Volume 12, 1, January, 1999, pp. 3-19. Examines the epistemological implications of APA style, reminding readers that stylistic choices are always implicated in the decisions we make about how to know and understand our world. Article is a "call for qualitative researchers to develop their own style guidelines- ones more fitting to qualitative assumptions about knowledge, ones more reflective of the actual practices of qualitative researchers".
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    Bassett, R. (2004). Qualitative data analysis software: Addressing the debates. Journal of Management Systems, XVI(4), 33-39.
    Brent, E. (1984). Qualitative computing: Approaches and issues. Qualitative Sociology, 7(1/2), 34-27.
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  2. page Articles edited ... Wilson, W.J. (2002). Expanding the domain of policy-relevant scholarship in the social science…
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    Wilson, W.J. (2002). Expanding the domain of policy-relevant scholarship in the social sciences. Political Science & Politics, March 2002. http://www.apsanet.org/imgtest/ExpandingtheDomain-Wilson.pdf An interesting article by William Julius Wilson, from Harvard University, that addresses expanding the domain of policy-relevant scholarship in the social sciences. It contains a nice discussion about the context of discovery and of justification/validation, particularly considering qualitative approaches.
    Zeller, N. & Farmer, F. (1999)."Catchy, clever titles are not acceptable'': Style, APA, and qualitative reporting. International Journal for Qualitative Studies in Education, Volume 12, 1, January, 1999, pp. 3-19. Examines the epistemological implications of APA style, reminding readers that stylistic choices are always implicated in the decisions we make about how to know and understand our world. Article is a "call for qualitative researchers to develop their own style guidelines- ones more fitting to qualitative assumptions about knowledge, ones more reflective of the actual practices of qualitative researchers".
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    Bassett, R. (2004). Qualitative data analysis software: Addressing the debates. Journal of Management Systems, XVI(4), 33-39.
    Brent, E. (1984). Qualitative computing: Approaches and issues. Qualitative Sociology, 7(1/2), 34-27.
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  3. page Articles edited ... Tesch, R. (1991b). Computer programs that assist in the analysis of qualitative data: An overv…
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    Tesch, R. (1991b). Computer programs that assist in the analysis of qualitative data: An overview. Qualitative Health Research, 1(3), 309-325.
    Tesch, R. (1991c). Software for qualitative researchers: Analysis needs and program capabilities. In N. G. Fielding, & R. M. Lee (Eds.): Using computers in qualitative research (pp. 16-37). London: Sage.
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  4. page Great Books edited ... Van Hoven, B. (2002). Analysing qualitative data using CAQDAS. In N. Clifford, & G. Valent…
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    Van Hoven, B. (2002). Analysing qualitative data using CAQDAS. In N. Clifford, & G. Valentine (Eds.), Research methods in human and physical geography. London: Sage.
    Weaver, A., & Atkinson, P. (1994). Microcomputing and qualitative data analysis. Aldershot: Avebury. Based on the recognition that qualitative research in the social sciences cannot be unitary, this work reviews a number of strategies for the analysis of qualitative data using computers and examines coding segments, lexical searching and coding and theory building. It sees microcomputing as offering a range of opportunities for the future of qualitative research.
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    Great Qualitative Book & Articles: An Annotated Bibliography
    This wiki allows you to create and augment an annotated bibliography of great qualitative books and articles. Please use the "Navigation" bar on the left or the "Quicklinks" below to get to other pages and then click "Edit This Page" button to add content. The hope is that people will keep it scholarly and positive, but also feel free to use the discussion tab to post questions and comments that do not belong in the text of a annotated shared bibliography.
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  9. page About edited ... Dr. Stuart Shulman of the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Shulman. After seeing ... …
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    Other wikis created by Dr. Shulman include:
    "codeshop" - http://codeshop.wikispaces.com/ (a workshop wiki)
    Coded text corpora are used for basic and applied research in social and computational sciences. Yet the manual annotation of text—the coding—is often conducted in an ad hoc, inconsistent, non-replicable, and unreliable manner. While many researchers from a variety of disciplines stand to benefit from reliably recorded, publicly available, transparent, large-scale observations produced by independent coders, very few current researchers can say with confidence that they know where to acquire, or even how to produce, such annotated text corpora. A primary short-term objective of this workshop is to build on the efforts of a small number of existing projects that feature the manual annotation of text. A related goal is to foster a particular approach to manual coding that is designed to be useful for building algorithms for basic and applied research on social and political issues.
    "gotocollege" - http://gotocollege.wikispaces.com/ (a class project)
    This wiki is a University of Pittsburgh class project created on November 8, 2006. The class is Digital Citizenship, and it focuses on the relative advantages and disadvantages of inequitable access to computers and the Internet.

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