Handbook of Emergent Methods

Edited by Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber and Patricia Leavy

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Introduction: Pushing on the Methodological Boundaries—The Growing Need for Emergent Methods within and across the Disciplines, Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber and Patricia Leavy

I. Historical Context of Emergent Methods and Innovation in the Practice of Research Methods

Introduction to Part I, Patricia Leavy and Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber


1. History of Methods in Social Science Research, Karen M. Staller, Ellen Block, and Pilar S. Horner

2. Gender Inclusion, Contextual Values, and Strong Objectivity: Emergent Feminist Methods for Research in the Sciences, Sue V. Rosser

3. A Post-Newtonian, Postmodern Approach to Science: New Methods in Social Action Research, Lisa Cosgrove and Maureen McHugh

4. Emergence in and from Quasi-Experimental Design and Analysis, Melvin M. Mark

Document Research

5. Researching Documents: Emergent Methods, Lindsay Prior

6. Emergent Qualitative Document Analysis, David Altheide, Michael Coyle, Katie DeVriese, and Christopher Schneider

Grounded Theory

7. Grounded Theory as an Emergent Method, Kathy Charmaz


8. New Frontiers in Standardized Survey Interviewing, Frederick G. Conrad and Michael F. Schober

9. Emergent Approaches to Focus Group Research, David Morgan, Collin Fellows, and Heather Guevara

10. Emergent Issues in International Focus Group Discussions, Monique M. Hennink

11. Three Dimensions and More: Oral History Beyond the Paradoxes of Method, Michael Frisch


12. Narrative Ethnography, Jaber F. Gubrium and James A. Holstein

13. Public Ethnography, Carol A. Bailey

14. Emergent Methods in Autoethnographic Research: Autoethnographic Narrative and the Multiethnographic Turn, Christine S. Davis and Carolyn Ellis

15. New Critical Collaborative Ethnography, Himika Bhattacharya

Arts-Based Practice

16. Visual Research Methods: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?, Gunilla Holm

17. Performance-Based Emergent Methods, Patricia Leavy

II. Innovations in Research Methods Design and Analysis

Introduction to Part II, Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber

18. Mixing Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches: An Introduction to Emergent Mixed Methods Research, Vicki L. Plano Clark, John W. Creswell, Denise O'Neil Green, and Ronald J. Shope

19. Emergent Techniques in the Gathering and Analysis of Mixed Methods Data, Charles Teddlie, Abbas Tashakkori, and Burke Johnson

20. Data Analysis and Interpretation: Emergent Issues in Linking Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence, Sarah Irwin

21. Longitudinal Research: An Emergent Method in the Social Sciences, Elisabetta Ruspini

22. Categorizing and Connecting Strategies in Qualitative Data Analysis, Joseph A. Maxwell and Barbara A. Miller

23. Metaphor Analysis, Zazie Todd and Simon J. Harrison

24. Hearing Voices: Listening for Multiplicity and Movement in Interview Data, Lynn Sorsoli and Deborah L. Tolman

III. The Impact of Emergent Technologies on Research Methods

Introduction to Part III, Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber

25. Internet Research as Emergent Practice, Christine Hine

26. Internet-Mediated Research as an Emergent Method and Its Potential Role in Facilitating Mixed Methods Research, Claire Hewson

27. Hypermedia Methods for Qualitative Research, Bella Dicks & Bruce Mason

28. Mixed Emotions, Mixed Methods: The Role of Emergent Technologies in Studying User Experience in Context, Ingrid Mulder and Joke Kort

29. Emergent Methods in Feminist Geography, Mei-Po Kwan

30. Neural Networks an Emergent Method in Quantitative Research: An Example of Self-Organizing Maps, Natalia Sarkisian

31. User-Centered Perspectives on Qualitative Data Analysis Software: The Impact of Emergent Technologies and Future Trends, Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber and Christine Crofts

32. The Role of Computer-Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis: Impact on Emergent Methods in Qualitative Research, Nigel Fielding