Table of contents for The American tradition in qualitative research / edited by Norman K. Denzin and Yvonna S. Lincoln.


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VOLUME ONE
Appendix of Sources
Editors' Introduction
PART ONE: HISTORY, ETHICS, POLITICS AND PARADIGMS OF INQUIRY
Section One: History and Ethics
Qualitative Methods - Arthur J Vidich and Stanford M Lyman
Their History in Sociology and Anthropology
Action Anthropology - Sol Tax
Whose Side Are We On? - Howard S Becker
Black Bourgeoisie - E Franklin Frazier
Public and Academic Reactions
Sociological Snoopers and Journalistic Moralizers - Nicholas von Hoffman
An Exchange
Ethics - Yvonna S Lincoln and Egon G Guba
The Failure of Positivist Science
Emerging Criteria for Quality in Qualitative and Interpretive Research - Yvonna S Lincoln
Section Two: Positivism, Postpositivism and Constructivism
Methodological Principles of Empirical Science - Herbert Blumer
Situated Knowledges - Donna Haraway
The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective
Section Three: Feminism, Radicalized Discourse, Critical Theory
Criteria of Negro Art - W E B Du Bois
Research - Zora Neale Hurston
A Blueprint for Negro Authors - Nick Aaron Ford
An American Dilemma - Ralph Ellison
A Review
The Homeland Aztlan and /f003Movimientos de rebeldia y las culturas que traicionan - Gloria Anzald[ac]ua
Toward An Afrocentric Feminist Epistemology - Patricia Hill Collins
Saving Black Folk Culture - Bell Hooks
Zora Neale Hurston as Anthropologist and Writer
The Black Arts Movement - Larry Neal
Coloring Epistemologies - James Joseph Scheurich and Michelle D Young
Are Our Research Epistemologies Racially Biased?
A Manifesto for Cyborgs - Donna Haraway
Science, Technology and Socialist Feminism in the 1980s
Section Four: Poststructural and Postcolonial Theory
Thick Description - Clifford Geertz
Toward an Interpretive Theory of Culture
Can the Subaltern Speak? - Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
From Orientalism - Edward Said
Section Five: Queer Theory
Questions of Method - Michel Foucault
Imitation and Gender Insubordination - Judith Butler
Preface to The Use of Pleasure - Michel Foucault
VOLUME TWO
PART TWO: STRATEGIES OF INQUIRY
Section One: Ethnography
Revisiting Street Corner Society after Fifty Years - William Foote Whyte
Blurred Genres - Clifford Geertz
The Refiguration of Social Thought
Introduction - Ruth Behar
Out of Exile
An End to Innocence - John Van Maanen
The Ethnography of Ethnography
The `Ethnographic Society' at Century's End - Ken Plummer
Clarifying the Role of Public Ethnography
Fieldwork in the Era of Globalization - Arjun Appadurai
The Ethnographers' Ball - Revisited - Patricia A Adler and Peter Adler
Section Two: Performance Ethnography
The Farmer's Daughter - Michal McCall
A Performance Text
Beyond the Text - Dwight Conquergood
Toward a Performative Cultural Politics
Performing Theory//Embodied Writing - D Soyini Madison
Section Three: Case Study
Value of Delinquent Boy's Own Story - Clifford R Shaw
The Case Study Method in Social Inquiry - Robert E Stake
Critique Checklist for a Case Study Report - Robert E Stake
Section Four: Life History
Suggested Outline to Be Followed in Studying and Writing the Life History of a Deviant - Edwin M Lemert
The Life Story Approach - Daniel Bertaux and Martin Kohli
A Continental View
Life History and the Critique of American Sociological Practice - Paul C Luken and Suzanne Vaughan
Section Five: Testimonio
Testimonio and Postmodernism - George Y[ac]udice
The Torture and Death of Her Little Brother, Burnt Alive in Front of Members of Their Families and the Community - Rigoberta Mench[ac]u
The Death of Petrocinio - David Stoll
Our Rigoberta? I, Rigoberta Menchu, Cultural Authority, and the Problem of Subaltern Agency - John Beverley
Section Six: Grounded Theory
The Discovery of Grounded Theory and Applying Grounded Theory - Barney G Glaser and Anselm L Strauss
Grounded Theory - Kathy Charmaz
Grounded Theory as an Emerging Paradigm for Computer-Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis - Markku Lonkila
Section Seven: Interpretive Practice and Ethnomethodology
Theorizing as Ideology - Dorothy Smith
The Origins of the Term `Ethnomethodology' - Harold Garfinkel
Poststructuralist Theory as Political Necessity - Dorinne Kondo
Analytic Ethnography - John Lofland
Features, Failings and Futures
Poetics of Voice and Maps of Space - Paula Saukko
Two Trends within Empirical Research in Cultural Studies
At the Border of Narrative and Ethnography - Jaber F Gubrium and James A Holstein
Analyzing Talk and Text - David Silverman
Section Eight: Action Research and Clinical Research
Practical Anthropology - Bronislaw Malinowski
Current Issues, Problems, and Trends to Advance Qualitative Paradigmatic Research Methods for the Future - Madeleine Leininger
Participatory Action Research - William Foote Whyte, Davydd J Greenwood and Pater Lazes
Through Practice to Science in Social Research
Feminist Participatory Action Research - Bev Gatenby and Maria Humphries
Methodological and Ethical Issues
VOLUME THREE
PART THREE: METHODS OF COLLECTING EMPRICIAL MATERIALS
Section One: Interview
Of Sociology and the Interview - Mark Benney and Everett C Hughes
Interviewing Women - Ann Oakley
A Contradiction in Terms
Kundera's Immortality - Paul Atkinson and David Silverman
The Interview Society and the Invention of the Self
The Active Interview in Perspective - James A Holstein and Jaber F Gubrium
Section Two: Observations
From Participant Observation to the Observation of Participation - Barbara Tedlock
The Emergence of Narrative Ethnography
Rethinking Observation - Michael V Angrosino and Kimberly Mays de Perez
From Method to Context
Section Three: Visual Methods
Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson on The Use of the Camera in Anthropology - Gregory Bateson and Margaret Mead
The Performative Visual Anthropology Films of Zora Neale Hurston - Elaine S Charnov
Shadow Catchers or Shadow Snatchers? Ethical Issues for Photographers of Contemporary Native Americans - Lee Philip Brumbaugh
Section Four: Autoethnography
Auto-Ethnography - David M Hayano
Paradigms, Problems and Prospects
The Other Side of the Fence - Carolyn Ellis
Seeing Black and White in a Small Southern Town
The Next Night Sous Rature - Carol Rambo Ronai
Wrestling with Derrida's Mimesis
Torch - Stacy Holman Jones
Section Five: Document Analysis and Material Culture
The Case for Personal Documents - Gordon W Allport
Ethical Considerations in Anthropology and Archaeology - Merrilee H Salmon
or Relativism and Justice for All
Dialogics of Material Culture - Kathleen Barlow and David Lipset
Male and Female in Murik Outrigger Canoes
Part Six: Narrative Methods
The Challenge of Qualitative Content Analysis - Sigfried Kracauer
Myth Today - Roland Barthes
Encoding, Decoding - Stuart Hall
Grandma's Story - Trinh T Minh-ha
Section Seven: Representing and Analyzing Empirical Materials
The Quest for Universals in Sociological Research - Ralph H Turner
Telling about Society - Howard S Becker
Writing-Stories - Laurel Richardson
Co-Authoring `The Sea Monster,' a Writing-Story
Section Eight: Focus Goups
Purpose and Criteria - Robert K Merton, Marjorie Fiske and Patricia L Kendall
Focus Groups - Richard A Krueger
Focus Groups in Feminist Research - Esther Madriz
Section Nine: Applied Ethnography
Anti-Minotaur - Alvin W Gouldner
The Myth of a Value-Free Sociology
Applying Ethnography - Eleanor Lyon
A Crisis of Representation in the Human Sciences - George E Marcus and Michael M J Fischer
VOLUME FOUR
PART FOUR: INTERPRETIVE PRACTICES
Section One: Interpretive Criteria
Ethnographic Evaluation - Donald W Dorr-Bremme
A Theory and Method
Section Two: Politics and Practices of Interpretation
Fertile Obsession - Patti Lather
Validity after Poststructuralism
Telling Tales of the South Pacific - Lola Romanucci-Ross
Multiple Subjectivities and Strategic Positionality - Graciela Hern[ac]andez
Zora Neale Hurston's Experimental Ethnographies
Section Three: Writing: A Method of Inquiry



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Social sciences -- Research -- United States.
Qualitative research -- United States.