Doing Naturalistic Inquiry A Guide to Methods

by David A. Erlandson, Edward L. Harris, Barbara L. Skipper, Steve D. Allen

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Academics and researchers in methodology across the social sciences

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This book is as good a practical guide to naturalistic inquiry as one could hope for at this time. It is clear, it is practical, it is stimulating, it leads, it guides, it inspires. The authors provide action-based legitimation for naturalistic inquiry. If the question, 'It all sounds good, but does it work?' is a reasonable one to pose, this book demonstrates that naturalistic inquiry works. The authors are to be congratulated for a splendid contribution. -- from the Foreword by Egon G. Guba

Book Information

ISBN: 9780803949386
Publication date: 19th August 1993
Author: David A. Erlandson, Edward L. Harris, Barbara L. Skipper, Steve D. Allen
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 224 pages
Categories: Research methods: general, Physical anthropology,

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