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%T Areas of qualitative psychology - special focus on design
%E Gürtler, Leo
%E Kiegelmann, Mechthild
%E Huber, Günter L.
%P 288
%V 4
%D 2005
%I Huber
%K qualitative Daten; qualitative Psychology; Community & Social Services (APA Code: 3373); Educational Psychology (APA Code: 3500); Professional Education & Training (APA Code: 3410); Psychology & The Humanities (APA Code: 2600); Research Methods & Experimental Design (APA Code: 2260)
%@ 3-9810087-0-7
%= 2012-04-27T09:55:00Z
%~ PsyDok
%X This volume contains the proceedings of the fourth annual meeting of Qualitative Psychology in Blaubeuren (near Ulm, Germany) Oct., 22-24, 2003 organized by the Center for Qualitative Psychology (Tübingen, Germany). The question of Research Design was chosen as the central topic of the conference. Researchers from different professions took part. The range of experience of the participants was very heterogeneous: Beginning with young researchers, different levels of expertise were represented (up to and including very experienced scholars and researchers). Participants also came from different countries. The main work was done in small working groups. In these groups each study and its outcome(s) was critically discussed and remarked upon.  Plenum lectures were also held, in which selected experts presented their thoughts on the central topic research design. An attempt is also undertaken to evaluate the findings and the workshop as a whole in the context of the development of qualitative research in psychology. Contents: Mechthild Kiegelmann, Günter L. Huber: Design in Qualitative Psychology (19-26). Designing the Move from Data to a Theory of Feeling - Gerhard Kleining: The Qualitative-Heuristic Approach to Theory (27-34); Leo Gürtler, Gerhard Kleining: Some Questions and Answers about the Qualitative-Heuristic Approach to Theory (35-38); Thomas Burkart Towards a Dialectic Theory of Feeling (39-62); Harald Witz: Questioning Burkart's Theory of Feeling (63-66); Thomas Burkart: Some Conclusions (67-68); Jeannette Bischkopf, Anna Auckenthaler, Christian Stiglmayr: The Application of a Grounded Theory-Based Research Design for Analyzing Caregiver Burden. How to Increase the Specificity of Concepts (69-80); M. Concepción Domínguez Garrid, Antonio Medina Rivilla: Qualitative Research in Intercultural Processes in the Fields of Geography and History in Secondary Education (81-98); Silke-Birgitta Gahleitner: Step by Step: The Significance of the Open Qualitative Research Process for Gender Research (99-110); Samuel Gento Palacios, M. Concepción a Domínguez Garrido, Antonio Medina Rivilla: The Axiologial Bases of a New Curricum Design (111-142); Michaela Gläser-Zikuda, Hanne Schuster: How Do Students Feel in Open and Direct Instruction? A Study with Mixed Methods (143-162); Leo Gürtler: Qualitative Video Analysis: Design of a Study on the Function of Humor in Teaching Discourses on Mindfulness (163-186); Günter L. Huber: Qualitative Analysis "cis transcriptionae": Direct Processing of Sound and Video Data (187-196); Günter L. Huber: Qualitative Methods in Evaluation Studies (197-206); Karin Jeschke: Contribution of a Modified Global Analysis to a Qualitative Heuristic Analysis (207-216); Levan Lim, Annette Ullrich: Living with Persons with Disabilities: Perspectives of L'Arche Assistants (217-234); Gunârs Strods, Liesma Ose, Tamâra Skoromka, Irîna Maslo: Collaboration in Computer Assisted Qualitative Research (235-248); Hannu Soini, Mark Flynn: The Importance of Emotion and Rhythm for Learning (249-264); Meike Watzlawik: Online Survey + Qualitative Analysis + Quantitative Results = Possible & Reasonable? (265-276).
%C Tübingen
%G en
%9 Konferenzband
%W GESIS - http://www.gesis.org
%~ SSOAR - http://www.ssoar.info