Table of contents for Writing up qualitative research / Harry F. Wolcott.

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A BOUT THE AUTHOR/ABOUT THE BOOK
PREFACE
1. ON YOUR MARK. . . 
 Writing Vs Ought-to-be Writing
 Looking Ahead
 Summing Up: Jump- start
2. GET GOING
 Get Set
 Go!
 Following a Writing Plan
 A Workable Writing Plan :Your Statement of Purpose
 A Workable Writing Plan: Your Table of Contents
 A Workable Writing Plan: Your Story and Voice 
 Readers and Writers 
 Early Writing
 Free Writing
 The Methodical Approach 
 Where to Start the Account
 Possible Places to Begin
 Starting with Method 
 Starting with Description
 Continuing into Analysis and Interpretation
 A Reminder about Delimitations
 The Problem of Focus
 Problems of Sorting and Organizing Data
 Summing Up: Putting Ideas to Test 
3. KEEP GOING
 Stay With It
 The "?Empty Folders? Approach
 Keeping Up the Momentum 
 When It's Time for Details, Get Them Right the First Time
 Developing a Style Sheet
 Keeping Track of References
 Keeping Track of Bits and Pieces 
 Getting Feedback
 Summing Up: Tips to Keep You Going
4. LINKING UP
 The ?Lit? Review
 Making the Link to Theory
 Roles Theory Can Play
 Linking Up Through Method
 Research "Techniques" in Qualitative Inquiry
 How to Represent Qualitative Strategies Graphically?
 Conceptualizing Qualitative Approaches as a "Tree" 
 Your Methods; Methodology
 Method or Theory as Narrative
 Coda
 Summing Up: Major Linking Activities 
5. TIGHTENING UP 
 Descriptive Adequacy
 Packing More In
 Tossing More Out
 Reviewing for Content and Style
 Revising and Editing
 Becoming Your Own Editor 
 Time?Your Silent Partner 
 Other Ways to Edit
 Formal Editorial Assistance
 How Do You Conclude a Qualitative Study?
 Alternatives to "Concluding" a Study 
 Summing Up
6. FINISHING UP
 Major Parts of a Book (and Most Articles)
 The Title
 Front Matter
 Front Matter: Further Possibilities 
 The Copy Editor and Other Main Text Issues
 The Back Matter
 Summing Up: Endgame
7. GETTING PUBLISHED
 Alternative Ways To Get In Print
 The Review Process
 On Not Getting Published
 Final Thoughts
Appendix A. Applications
Acknowledgements
Name Index
Subject Index
References and Select Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Technical writing.
Ethnology -- Authorship.
Educational anthropology -- Authorship.