• Qualitative Inquiry in Daily Life
  • Preface
  • 1. Overview of qualitative inquiry and general texts on this topic
  • 2. Assumptions we make in doing qualitative inquiry
  • 3. Keeping a record, writing fieldnotes
  • 4. Relationship building to enhance inquiry
  • 5. Standards and quality in qualitative inquiry
  • 6. Focusing the inquiry
  • 7. Data collection
  • 8. Data interpretation
  • 9. Sharing and reporting
  • 10. Appendices
  • Abstracts
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    SeriesBYU Instructional Psychology and Technology Department
    LicenseCC BY

    Qualitative Inquiry in Daily Life

    Table of Contents

    This book is meant to teach researchers, evaluators, and practitioners such as educators how to use qualitative inquiry in daily life. Although this book may make the most sense if it is read in sequence, feel free to navigate to any chapter or appendix at any time.

    David Dwayne Williams

    Brigham Young University

    David Dwayne Williams has conducted more than seventy evaluation studies throughout many countries. He also conducts qualitative research on people’s personal and professional evaluation lives, including how they use evaluation to enhance learning in various settings. He has published more than forty articles and books and made more than one hundred professional presentations examining interactions among stakeholders as they use their values to shape criteria and standards for evaluating learning environments and experiences. Dr. Williams is an emeritus professor from IPT at Brigham Young University.

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