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Title Digital qualitative research methods / edited by Bella Dicks.
Imprint London : SAGE, 2012.

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Series SAGE benchmarks in social research methods
Subject Qualitative research -- Data processing.
Qualitative research -- Computer network resources.
Electronic information resources -- Research.
Alt Name Dicks, Bella.
Description 4 volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents V. 1. Mapping the field of digital qualitative research -- v. 2. Multimedia & Hypermedia -- v. 3. Data analysis -- v. 4. Ethics, archiving and representation in qualitative research.
ISBN 9781847879523 (set)
1847879527 (set)
OCLC # 773420577
Table of Contents
 Appendix of Sourcesxiii
 Editor's Introduction / Bella Dicksxxiii
v. I Mapping the Field of Digital Qualitative Research 
 Introduction: Mapping the Field of Digital Qualitative Research / Bella Dicksxxix
Section 1 Researching Online Communication 
 Methodological Developments and Directions in Online Research 
1.Internet Research and the Sociology of Cyber-Social-Scientific Knowledge / Christine Hine3
 Medium-Specific Differences between Online and Offline Communication 
2.Interpersonal Effects in Computer-Mediated Interaction: A Meta-Analysis of Social and Antisocial Communication / David W. Park21
3.Interpersonal Life Online / Nancy K. Baym47
 Socially-Specific Differences between Online and Offline Interaction 
4.Getting the Seats of Your Pants Dirty: Strategies for Ethnographic Research on Virtual Communities / Luciano Paccagnella75
5.Mobile Phone Communication: Extending Goffman to Mediated Interaction / Ruth Rettie93
 Concept of Online Community 
6.Beyond the Diluted Community Concept: A Symbolic Interactionist Perspective on Online Social Relations / Jan Fernback113
 How to Interpret Online Communication 
7.Identity as an Analytic Problem: Who's Who in P̀ro-ana' Websites? / Peggy Treseder133
8.Èntering the Blogosphere': Some Strategies for Using Blogs in Social Research / Nicholas Hookway153
 M̀undane Embeddedness' of CMC in Daily Life 
9.The Social Affordances of the Internet for Networked Individualism / Kakuko Miyata177
10.New Media, Networking and Phatic Culture / Vincent Miller203
11.Power through the Algorithm? Participatory Web Cultures and the Technological Unconscious / David Beer219
 Methods for Capturing Mundane Embeddedness 
12.Tracing the Everyday S̀itings' of Adolescents on the Internet: A Strategic Adaptation of Ethnography across Online and Offline Spaces / Kelly K. McKim237
13.Network Ethnography and the Hypermedia Organization: New Media, New Organizations, New Methods / Philip N. Howard267
 Multi-User Graphical Virtual Environments 
14.Avatar Watching: Participant Observation in Graphical Online Environments / Matthew Williams291
15.The Experience of Embodied Space in Virtual Worlds: An Ethnography of a Second Life Community / William Odom311
Section 2 Online Research Methods 
 Electronic Interviewing, Participant Observation and Focus Groups 
16.In the Flesh or Online? Exploring Qualitative Research Methodologies / Wendy S. Seymour337
17.Characteristics of the Discussion in Online and Face-to-Face Focus Groups / Benjamin A. Vivari359
18.The Internet as Research Context / Annette N. Markham375
 How to Conceptualise the Internet as an Object of Research 
19.The Web as an Object of Study / Kirsten A. Foot405
v. II Multimedia and Hypermedia 
 Introduction: Multimedia and Hypermedia in Data Records / Bella Dicksvii
Section 1 Multimedia and Multimodality 
 Multi-Sensory and Multimedia Environments 
20.Visual and Sensory Cultures / William Housley3
21.There Are No Visual Media / W.J.T. Mitchell25
22.Remediation and the Desire for Immediacy / Jay David Bolter35
 Interactionist/Ethnomethodological Perspectives 
23.The Neglected Situation / Erving Goffman45
24.Action and Embodiment within Situated Human Interaction / Charles Goodwin51
25.Analysing Interaction: Video, Ethnography and Situated Conduct / Jon Hindmarsh87
 Sensory Ethnography 
26.An Urban Tour: The Sensory Sociality of Ethnographic Place-Making / Sarah Pink109
 Multimodality 
27.Introduction to Multimodal Discourse / Theo Van Leeuwen129
28.Multimodal Ethnography / Amanda Coffey153
 Specific Modes and How to Work with Them 
29.Sound and the Everyday in Qualitative Research / Amanda Coffey173
30.Anthropological Visions: Some Notes on Visual and Textual Authority / Kirsten Hastrup193
31.Framing Photographic Ethnography: A Case Study / Douglas Harper211
32.Escaping Reality: Digital Imagery and the Resources of Photography / Barbara E. Savedoff235
33.Using Video to Investigate Preschool Classroom Interaction: Education Research Assumptions and Methodological Practices / Rosie Flewitt255
34.C̀reative' Visual Methods in Media Research: Possibilities, Problems and Proposals / David Buckingham281
35.Ethnography Bytes Back: Digitalising Visual Anthropology / Sarah Pink301
 Hypertext and Hypermedia 
36.Beyond Ethnographic Film: Hypermedia and Scholarship / Peter Biella313
37.Going beyond the Code: The Production of Hypermedia Ethnography / Bella Dicks343
38.Social Impacts of Computing: The Framing of Hypertext - Revolutionary for Whom? / J. Yellowlees Douglas359
v. III Data Analysis 
 Introduction: Data Analysis / Bella Dicksvii
Section 1 Data Analysis in Sound, Vision and Multimedia 
 Multimodal Analysis 
39.The Implication of Visual Research for Discourse Analysis: Transcription beyond Language / Sigrid Norris3
40.Multimodality, Resemiotization: Extending the Analysis of Discourse as Multi-semiotic Practice / Rick Iedema29
41.What Are Multimodal Data and Transcription? / Lesley Lancaster57
 Analysing Web-based Data 
42.Time to Get Wired: Using Web-based Corpora in Critical Discourse Analysis / Gerlinde Mautner77
43.Travels in Hypermodality / Jay L. Lemke99
 Hypermedia and Analysis 
44.Hypermedia and Ethnography: Reflections on the Construction of a Research Approach / Bruce Mason125
 Analysis of Sound Data 
45.The Digital Revolution in Qualitative Research: Working with Digital Audio Data through Atlas. Ti / Dave Richards149
46.Structuring Audio Data with a "C-TOC": An Example for Analysing Raw Data / Stefan Hauptmann165
 Visual Analysis 
47.Visual Sociology Reframed: An Analytical Synthesis and Discussion of Visual Methods in Social and Cultural Research / Luc Pauwels179
48.Going Digital: Using New Technologies in Visual Sociology / Paolo Parmeggiani213
49.Using Video for a Sequential and Multimodal Analysis of Social Interaction: Videotaping Institutional Telephone Calls / Lorenza Mondada233
 Qualitative GIS 
50.Theorizing with GIS: A Tool for Critical Geographies? / Marianna Pavlovskaya269
Section 2 Computer-assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS): Approaches and Debates 
 Intellectual and Methodological Traditions Underpinning CAQDAS 
51.Qualitative Data Analysis: Technologies and Representations / Paul Atkinson295
52.Qualitative Data Analysis: Representations of a Technology - A Comment on Coffey, Holbrook and Atkinson / Nigel Fielding315
53.Qualitative Computing - A Methods Revolution? / Lyn Richards325
54.The Wow Factor: Preconceptions and Expectations for Data Analysis Software in Qualitative Research / Thomas Koenig341
 QDA Software Programs 
55.Software and Method: Reflections on Teaching and Using QSR NVivo in Doctoral Research / Lynne Johnston351
56.Narrative Research with Audiovisual Data: Video Intervention/Prevention Assessment (VIA) and NVivo / Jennifer Patashnick365
57.Testing Hypotheses on Qualitative Data: The Use of HyperResearch Computer-Assisted Software / Paul Dupuis383
58.Making Thinking Visible with Atlas.ti: Computer Assisted Qualitative Analysis as Textual Practices / Zdenek Konopasek395
v. IV Ethics, Archiving and Representation in Qualitative Research 
 Introduction: Ethics, Archiving and Representation in Qualitative Research / Bella Dicksvii
Section 1 Archiving Qualitative Data 
 Debates on Re-use of Qualitative Data 
59.The Data Are Out There, or Are They? Implications for Archiving and Revisiting Qualitative Data / Kathryn Backett-Milburn3
60.Whose Data Are They Anyway? Practical, Legal and Ethical Issues in Archiving Qualitative Research Data / Natasha S. Mauthner17
61.Getting the Most from Archived Qualitative Data: Epistemological, Practical and Professional Obstacles / Nigel Fielding31
62.(Re)Using Qualitative Data? / Niamh Moore41
63.Can We Re-Use Qualitative Data via Secondary Analysis? Notes on Some Terminological and Substantive Issues / Martyn Hammersley61
64.Ethnography and Data Reuse: Issues of Context and Hypertext / Amanda Coffey75
 Ethics of Archiving in Internet Age 
65.From Data Archive to Ethical Labyrinth / Marina Jirotka95
66.Recycling the Evidence: Different Approaches to the Reanalysis of Gerontological Data / Joanna Bornat111
Section 2 Ethics in Digital Qualitative Research 
 Issues in Digital Research Ethics 
67.Ethical Research in the Information Age: Beginning the Dialog / Lynne Schrum127
 Informed Consent in Chat-Rooms 
68."Go Away": Participant Objections to Being Studied and the Ethics of Chatroom Research / Amy Bruckman135
69.Ethical Dilemmas in Research on Internet Communities / Harvey Skinner159
 Internet as Human Subjects or Cultural Representations? 
70.Representations or People? / Michele White171
 Ethics in Visual Digital Media 
71.The Ethnographer's Tale / Bill Nichols203
72.Taking and Using: Ethical Issues of Photographs for Research Purposes / Luc Pauwels233
73.IVSA Code of Research Ethics and Guidelines / Diana Papademas251
Section 3 Collaboration, Presentation and Dissemination of Digital Qualitative Research 
 Use of the Grid for Collaboration and Sharing 
74.Grid Computing and Qualitative Social Science / Nigel G. Fielding269
75.Sociological Engagements with Computing: The Advent of E-Science and Some Implications for the Qualitative Research Community / Tom Clark289
76.Virtual Research Environments in Scholarly Work and Communications / Rob Procter 
 Disseminating Multimedia Qualitative Research309
77.Sonic Compositions / Mark Neumann329
78.Spatial Montage and Multimedia Ethnography: Using Computers to Visualise Aspects of Migration and Social Division among a Displaced Community / Judith Aston357
79.Colour as a Visual Signifier in Screen Typography: L̀ess Means More' / Jan Baetens373


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