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Doing Developmental Phenomenography

Doing Developmental Phenomenography is the sixth volume in the highly successful QRM series examining different qualitative research methods. The series emphasis is on helping new researchers find the most appropriate research method for both their project aims and their own values and interests. This volume builds on the foundations established in volume two, Phenomenography, and discusses practical implications involved in developmental phenomenography through the in-depth exploration of two related projects.

This comprehensive examination addresses key issues such as:

  • What is it like to use a particular research method for the first time?
  • How do researchers compare developmental phenomenography with other qualitative research methods they have used?
  • What problems do researchers face when trying to collect data?
  • What does the analysis of data look like when it is only half-finished?
  • How does phenomenographic data analysis by an individual researcher proceed differently from analysis undertaken jointly by a group of researchers?
  • What are the different ways of seeing success in research and development as a researcher?

Filled with insightful findings and reflections, Doing Developmental Phenomenography is an essential tool for all researchers, supervisors and research students.

Other titles in the series:
Action Research
Slices of Life
Emerging Forms of Representing Qualitative Data

Publication Details
Name of Publisher: RMIT University Press
Place of Publication: Melbourne
Resource Type: Monograph
ISBN: 1921166037
Publication Year: 2005
Subject Covered: Philosophy & religion