Book Review On Early View: Victoria Rodner – New books on Constructivism and Grounded Theory #sssi #methods

There is a large interest in qualitative research methods and an ever expanding body of textbooks and research methods books devoted to different methods to analyse qualitative data. Amongst the research approaches and methods that are of particular interest are those devoted to “constructivism” and “grounded theory”. Here, Victoria Rodner has reviewed to recent publications: The Constructivist Credo by Yvonna S. Lincoln and Egon G. Guba and Rediscovering Grounded Theory by Barry Gibson and Jan Hartman. Both books in their own ways explain underlying theories as well as the research approach and practice when engaged in actual research projects. With regards to both books Rodner highlights their respective contributions. The review, “Finding the Perfect Fit—Paradigmatic Choices for Novice and Experienced Qualitative Researchers” can be downloaded here.

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