Qualitative Methods

13. References

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Garfinkel, E. (1967) Studies in ethnomethodology, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. 

Gubrium, J. and Buckholdt, D. (1982) Describing care: Image and practice in rehabilitation, Cambridge,MA: Oelschlager, Gunn & Hain.

Hammersley, M. and Atkinson, P. (1983) Ethnography: Principles in practice, Tavistock: London.

Heath, C. (2004) “Analysing face-to-face interaction: Video, the visual and material.” In D. Silverman (Ed.) Qualitative research (2nd Ed.), London: Sage: 266-82.

Holstein, J. and Gubrium, J. (1997) “Active interviewing” In D. Silverman (Ed.) Qualitative research (1st Ed.), London: Sage: 113-29.

Kitzinger, C. (2004) “Feminist approaches” In C. Seale, G. Gobo, J. Gubrium, and D. Silverman (Eds.), Qualitative research practice, London: Sage: 125-40.

Koppel, R. (2005) “Role of computerized physician order entry systems in facilitating medical errors” Journal of American Medical Association 293 (10): 1197-1202.

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Seale, C. (1999) The quality of qualitative research. Introducing Qualitative Methods Series, London: Sage.

 Silverman, D. (1984) “Going private: Ceremonial forms in a private oncology clinic” Sociology 18: 191-202.

Silverman, D. (1997) Discourses of counselling: HIV counselling as social interaction, London: Sage.

Silverman, D. and Marvasti, A. (2008) Doing qualitative research: A comprehensive guide,  Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.

Silverman, D. (2006) Interpreting qualitative data (3rd Ed.), London: Sage.

Silverman, D. (2007) A very short, fairly interesting, reasonably cheap book about qualitative research, London: Sage.

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Wilkinson, S. and Kitzinger, C. (2000) “Thinking differently about thinking positive: A discursive approach to cancer patients’ talk” Social Science and Medicine 50: 797-811.