Table of contents for Situational analysis : grounded theory after the postmodern turn / Adele E. Clarke.

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PROLOGUE: REGROUNDING GROUNDED THEORY 
I. PROLOGUE
The Postmodern Turn
Grounds for a New Method
Basic Grounded Theory
Situational Maps and Analyses
II.	OVERVIEW OF THE BOOK								
CHAPTER 1: PUSHING AND BEING PULLED AROUND THE POSTMODERN TURN 
 
I.	PUSHING AND BEING PULLED BY GROUNDED THEORY/SYMBOLIC		
	INTERACTIONISM AROUND THE POSTMODERN TURN 				
II.	GROUNDED THEORY/SYMBOLIC INTERACTION AS A THEORY/METHODS 
 PACKAGE											
III.	GROUNDED THEORY/SYMBOLIC INTERACTION AS ALWAYS ALREADY AROUND THE POSTMODERN TURN:
Mead?s Concept of Perspective: Partiality and Situatedness
An Interactionist Materialist Social Constructionism
Foregrounding Deconstructive Analysis and Multiple Simultaneous Readings
An Orientation Toward Action and Negotiations
Range of Variation as Featuring Difference(s)
Established Interactionist Ecological and Social Worlds/Arenas Frameworks
IV. GROUNDED THEORY AS RECALCITRANT AGAINST THE POSTMODERN TURN 
A Lack of Reflexivity 									
Tendencies toward Oversimplification
Singular Social Process as Characteristic
Interpretation of Data Variation as "Negative Cases"
The Search for "Purity" in Grounded Theory 
V.	PUSHING GROUNDED THEORY AROUND THE POSTMODERN TURN 
Acknowledging Researchers? Embodiment and Situatedness 
Grounding Analysis in the Situation
Shifting from Simplifying Normativities to Complexities and Differences
Asserting the Sufficiency of Sensitizing Concepts, Analytics and Theorizing 
Doing Situational Maps and Analyses
Turning to Discourse(s)
VI. REFLECTIONS AND ANTICIPATIONS					
CHAPTER 2: FROM CHICAGO ECOLOGIES TO SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS					
I.	OPENINGS
II.	ROOT METAPHORS: FROM CHICAGO SCHOOL SOCIAL ECOLOGIES TO 
	SOCIAL WORLDS/ARENAS/DISCOURSES
 Roots in Chicago Ecologies
 Concepts in Social Worlds/Arenas/Discourses Theory 
III.	NEW ROOTS I: FOUCAULT AND THE INTERACTIONIST PROJECT
 Discourse/Discipline and Social Worlds/Arenas/Discourses
 Fields of Practice(s)/Conditions of Possibility and Negotiated Ordering/ Situations 
 The Gaze and Perspective
IV.	NEW ROOTS II: TAKING THE NONHUMAN EXPLICITLY INTO ACCOUNT
	Nonhuman Actors/ants/Elements
	Hybrids, Cyborgs, Discourses and Whatevers
V.	NEW ROOTS III: FROM SOCIAL WORLDS/ARENAS TO SITUATIONAL 
 MAPS AND ANALYSIS
	The Conditional Matrices: Structural Conditions of Action
	From Conditional Matrices to Situational Maps and Analyses
VI.	PROJECT DESIGN, DATA GATHERING AND ACCOUNTABILITY
VII.	TEMPORARY CLOSURES
CHAPTER 3: DOING SITUATIONAL MAPS AND ANALYSIS 		 
I.	OPENINGS											
 II.	DOING SITUATIONAL MAPS								
 Abstract Situational Maps
 Introducing the Two Exemplars 
 Situational Maps: The Exemplars
	Situational Map Exemplar I: Bone?s Project
	Situational Map Exemplar II: Shim? Project
 Doing Relational Analyses with Situational Maps
 Final Comments on Situational Maps
III. DOING SOCIAL WORLDS/ARENAS MAPS		 		 
 Abstract Social Worlds/Arenas Maps
 Social Worlds/Arenas Maps: The Exemplars
 	Social Worlds/Arenas Exemplar I: Bone?s Project 
 Social Worlds/Arenas Exemplar II: Shim?s Project 
 Final Comments on Social Worlds/Arenas Maps
IV. DOING POSITIONAL MAPS							 
 Abstract Positional Maps
 Positional Maps: The Exemplars
 Positional Map Exemplar I: Bone?s Project
 Positional Map Exemplar II: Shim?s Project 
 Final Comments on Positional Maps
V. DOING PROJECT MAPS
VI. PROVISIONAL CONCLUSIONS							 
CHAPTER 4: TURNING TO DISCOURSE(S)
I.	OPENINGS
II.	INTRODUCING DISCOURSE ANALYSIS
 Why Analyze Discourse?
 Genres and Foci of Discourse Analysis
 Negotiating Social Relationships in Discursive Interaction
 Producing Identities and Subjectivities Through Discourse
 Producing Power/Knowledge, Ideologies and Control Through Discourse
III.	MULTI-SITE/MULTI-SCAPE RESEARCH
 An Exemplar of Multi-site/Multi-Scape Research: Rapp?s Testing Women
IV.	SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF DISCOURSE(S)
 Research Design: Selecting (Multiple) Sites/Scapes
 How and Why Situational Analysis of Discourse(s) is Different
 Integrative and Comparative Mapping
V.	TURNINGS
CHAPTER 5: MAPPING NARRATIVE DISCOURSES
I. 	OPENINGS
II.	DESIGNING A NARRATIVE PROJECT 
 Which Narrative Materials? 
 Locating, Collecting, Tracking, Situating
III.	DOING SITUATIONAL MAPS OF NARRATIVE DISCOURSE
 Introducing the Narrative Discourse Exemplar: RU486 Discourse Project
 Situational Map Exemplar: RU486 Discourse Project
IV.	DOING SOCIAL WORLDS/ARENAS MAPS OF NARRATIVE DISCOURSE
 Social Worlds/Arenas Map Exemplar: RU486 Discourse Project
V.	DOING POSITIONAL MAPS OF NARRATIVE DISCOURSE
 Positional Map Exemplars: RU486 Discourse Project
VI.	FINAL COMMENTS: SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF NARRATIVE DISCOURSE 
CHAPTER 6: MAPPING VISUAL DISCOURSES
I.	OPENINGS 
II.	ENTERING VISUAL DISCOURSE
 Realisms and the Gaze: Concepts and Studies 
Disciplinary Gazes, Visual Cultures 
III.	DOING SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF VISUAL DISCOURSE
	Which Visual Materials? Deciding, Locating, Collecting, Tracking
	Entering and Memoing Visual Discourse Materials
 Locating Memo
 Big Picture Memo 
 Specification Memo
 Doing Situational Maps of Visual Materials 
 Doing Social Worlds/Arenas Maps of Visual Materials 
 Doing Positional Maps of Visual Materials 
IV. 	VISUAL DISCOURSE EXEMPLARS: MOORE AND CLARKE?S ANATOMIES
	Which Visual Materials? Deciding, Locating, Collecting, Tracking
 Exemplar I: Furneaux Text Anatomy (c1904)
 Locating Memo: Furneaux
 Big Picture Memo: Furneaux
 Specification Memo: Furneaux
 	Situational Maps and Analysis: Furneaux
 Social Worlds/Arenas Maps and Analysis: Furneaux 
 	Positional Map and Analysis: Furneaux
 Exemplar II: BodyWorksTM Cyberanatomy (1994)
 Locating Memo: BodyWorksTM 
 Big Picture Memo: BodyWorksTM 
 	Situational Map and Analysis: BodyWorksTM 
 Social Worlds/Arenas Maps and Analysis: BodyWorksTM 
 	Positional Maps and Analysis: BodyWorksTM 
	Analytic Summary of the Anatomies Project
	Final Comments on the Visual Discourse Exemplars
V. 	FINAL COMMENTS: SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF VISUAL DISCOURSE
CHAPTER 7: MAPPING HISTORICAL DISCOURSES 				
I.	OPENINGS 
II.	DESIGNING A HISTORICAL OR HISTORICIZING PROJECT 
 Historicizing and Historical Projects
 Design Issues 
III.	DOING SITUATIONAL MAPS OF HISTORICAL DISCOURSE 
 Historical Discourse Exemplar: Developing Modern Contraceptives c1915-1965
	Situational Map Exemplar: Developing Modern Contraceptives c1915-1965
IV.	DOING SOCIAL WORLDS/ARENAS MAPS OF HISTORICAL DISCOURSE
 Social Worlds/Arenas Map Exemplars: Developing Modern Contraceptives c1915-1965
V.	DOING POSITIONAL MAPS OF HISTORICAL DISCOURSE 
 Positional Map Exemplars: Developing Modern Contraceptives c1915-1965
VI.	PROJECT MAP OF HISTORICAL DISCOURSE
VII.	FINAL COMMENTS: SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF HISTORICAL DISCOURSE
EPILOGUE: FAQS AND CONVERSATIONS			 
I.	OPENINGS
II.	FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS/FAQS
Theoretical/Philosophical Questions
Technical Methods Questions
Miscellaneous Questions
Critiques of Situational Analyses
III.	FINAL WORDS
BIBLIOGRAPHY

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social sciences -- Research -- Methodology.
Grounded theory.