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Qualitative research in psychology

Qualitative Forschung in der Psychologie
[conference proceedings]

Kiegelmann, Mechthild (ed.)

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Abstract "The first 'Workshop Qualitative Research in Psychology' took place in Blaubeuren, Germany from October 20-22, 2000. The meeting was organized by the Center for Qualitative Psychology of the University of Tübingen, Germany. The purpose of the meeting was to begin a network of qualitative psychologists. Thirty-two participants got to know each other, presented and discussed their research, discussed potential further developments within the field of qualitative psychology, and inspired each other with plans for the future. There were psychologists from Germany, Spain, Latvia, Finland, and the United States, most of whom were working as researchers within university contexts. The workshop took place at the retreat house of the University of Tübingen in a small village called Blaubeuren. A comfortable place with beautiful landscape, welcoming staff at the house and delicious food created a friendly atmosphere for the meeting from the start. The meeting started with an evening opening session in which all participants briefly introduced themselves and their interests in qualitative psychology. In order to communicate with each other, all of the participants spoke English. The introductions helped people to seek each other out afterwards in more informal conversations during the following two days." (author's abstract). Contents: Group I: Examples of Applications of Qualitative Methods, Part I - Discussion (summarized by Leo Gürtler) (17-20); Irmentraud Ertel: Categorizing the Content of Everyday Family Communication: What Do Families Talk About in Everyday Life? (21-31); Michaela Gläser-Zikuda: Emotions and Learning Strategies at School – Opportunities of Qualitative Content Analysis (32-50); Leo Gürtler: The role of subjective theories on love (51-65); Inge M. Lutz: Deciding which Kinds of Data to Collect in an Evaluative Study and Selecting a Setting for Data Collection and Analysis (66-76); Thomas Irion: Dynamics of a qualitative research design. An interactive approach to interactive reception (78-89); Ilze Plaude and Josef Held: Cross-cultural youth research as an international and interdisciplinary cooperation project: "International Learning" (90-98). Group II: Examples of Applications of Qualitative Methods, Part II - Discussion (summarized by Mechthild Kiegelmann) (99-101); Silke-Birgitta Gahleitner: Ways of combining qualitative and quantitative procedures exemplified in a study on the gender-specifics of coping with sexual violence (102-116); Mechthild Kiegelmann: Qualitative Research With a Genuine Psychological Approach: The Method of Voice Analysis (117-134); Tamara Beauboeuf: Toward a method of ideological becoming (135-142); Carlos Kölbl: Methods which are accommodated to their research object: On the adequate investigation of historical consciousness at youth age (143-149); Stephan Marks: Research Project 'History and Memory' (Geschichte und Erinnerung) (150-154); Antonio Medina Rivilla, M. Concepción Domínguez Garrido, Ramón Pérez Pérez, Tiberio Feliz Murias: Research Organization and Word Analysis from Discussion Groups about In-Practice Training (155-173); Antonio Medina Rivilla, M. Concepción Domínguez Garrido, Ramón Pérez Pérez, Tiberio Feliz Murias: Coding, Inquiring, and Analysis of Data from Discussion Groups about In-Practice Training (174-201). Group III: Specific Methodological Questions - Discussion (summarized by Günter L. Huber) (201-205); Günter L. Huber: The Analysis of Qualitative Data as Process of Classification (206-216); Gerhard Kleining, Thomas Burkart: Group-Based Dialogic Introspection and its Use in Qualitative Media Research (217-239); Julia Nentwich: The Process of Understanding in Qualitative Social Research (241-245); Bernd Reinhoffer: Forming Categories in Qualitative Data Analysis. The Teaching Research Project "Teachers' Attitude and Practice concerning Elementary Science in Primary School" (246-261); Hannu Soini: The Contribution of Qualitative Approaches to Learning Research: A Critical Incident Technique as a Research Method for Studying Student Learning (262-273); Leo Gürtler, Josef Held, Günter L. Huber, Mechthild Kiegelmann: Contributions of Qualitative Approaches to Psychological Inquiry (274-282).
Keywords social research; qualitative method; research; content analysis
Classification Research Design; Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Psychology
Method documentation
Free Keywords qualitative Psychology
Document language English
Publication Year 2004
Publisher Huber
City Tübingen
Page/Pages 296 p.
Series Qualitative psychology nexus, 1
ISBN 3-9806975-6-8
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