Documentary Research - 
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Along with surveys and ethnography, documentary research is one of the three major types of social research, and arguably has been widely used of the three throughout the history of sociology, and other social sciences. Les mer
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Along with surveys and ethnography, documentary research is one of the three major types of social research, and arguably has been widely used of the three throughout the history of sociology, and other social sciences. It has been the principal method - indeed, sometimes the only one - for leading sociologists.
Forlag: SAGE Publications Inc
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 1592
ISBN: 9781412908177
Format: 23 x 16 cm

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Volume One: Theory and Methods in Documentary Research
Social Research and Documentary Sources - John Scott
Assessing Documentary Sources - John Scott
The Historian and the Historical Documents - Louis Gottschalk
Evidence and Proof in Documentary Research, Part One - Jennifer Platt
Some Specific Problems of Documentary Research
Evidence and Proof in Documentary Research, Part Two - Jennifer Platt
Some Shared Problems of Documentary Research
Analyzing Cultural Objects - Don Slater
Content Analysis and Semiotics
Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Content Analysis - Ithiel de Sola Pool
Techniques of Content Analysis - Robert P Weber
Analytical Techniques - K Krippendorf
Discourse Analysis - Rosalind Gill
Encoding/Decoding - Stuart Hall
Framing Processes and Social Movements - Robert D Benford and David A Snow
An Overview and Assessment
Life Stories and the Narrative Turn - Ken Plummer
Introduction to the Structural Analysis of Narratives - Roland Barthes
Demystifying Cosmopolitan - Ellen McCracken
Five Critical Methods
Semiology and Visual Interpretation - Norman Bryson
Volume Two: Personal Documents: Autobiographies, Letters and Photographs
The Forms of Personal Documents - Gordon W Allport
The Use of Human Documents - Herbert Blumer
Comments on Blumer's Analysis - William I Thomas
Comment on Blumer's Analysis - Florian Znaniecki
The Personal Document in Sociology - Robert Angell
Deconstructing the Monolithic Phallus - Lesley A Hall
Maternal Relations - Michael Roper
Moral Manliness and Emotional Survival in Letters Home during the First World War
Something Sensational... The Sexual Diary as a Tool for Mapping Detailed Sexual Behaviour - Anthony P M Coxon
The Modernization of Gay and Lesbian Stories - Ken Plummer
The Autobiography of the Working Class - John Burnett
Hannah Jacobs, Frederick Douglass and the Slavery Debate - Donald B Gibson
Bondage, Family and the Discourse of Domesticity
Family Photographs - Christopher Musello
Reframing the Human Family Romance - Marianne Hirsch
Reconstruction Work - Stuart Hall
Images of Post-War Black Settlement
Volume Three: Published Sources, the Mass Media and Cyber Documents
Some Comments on the Use of Directories in Research on Elites, with Particular Reference to the Twentieth-Century Supplements of the DNB - Colin Bell
The Taken-for-Granted Reference - Ellis Thorpe
An Empirical Examination
Distribution of Space - Political and Economic Planning
Rhetorical Vision of Men and Women Managers in Singapore - Jean Lee and Tan Hue Hoon
Introduction to A Magazine of Her Own - Margaret Beetham
Two-Dimensional Visual Data - Michael Emmison and Philip Smith
Images, Signs and Representations
Maps, Knowledge and Power - John B Harley
Imagery and Ideology - Marjorie Ferguson
The Cover Photographs of Traditional Women's Magazines
Signs Address Somebody - Judith Williamson
The Mortise and the Frame - R Goldman
The Codes of Overt Advertisements - Ellen McCracken
Semiotics and Television - Ellen Seiter
Studies in Radio and Film Propaganda - Robert K Merton and Paul F Lazarsfeld
Refugees, Migrants and the Fall of the Berlin Wall - Greg McLaughlin
Dallas and Feminism - Ien Ang
A Tale of Two Aesthetics - Sherry Turkle
A Home on the Web - C Cheung
Presentations of Self on Personal Homepages
Volume Four: Official Reports, Administrative Records and Official Statistics
Offical Discourse - Frank Burton and Pat Carlen
Census Reports as Documentary Evidence - Catherine Hakim
The Census Commentaries, 1801-1951
Themes and Variants in Record-Keeping - Stanton Wheeler
The Analysis of Company Documentation - Nick Forster
Method and Measurement in the Study of Property - John Scott
Some Notes on Record-Taking and Making in an Antenatal Clinic - Sally MacIntyre
Research Based on Administrative Records - Catherine Hakim
Practices of Reading and Writing - Marc Berg
The Constitutive Role of the Patient Record in Medical Work
A Minor Office - Mick Bloor
The Variable and Socially Constructed Character of Death Certification in a Scottish City
Making Sense of the Census in Britain and the United States - Celia Davis
The Changing Occupational Classification and the Position of Nurses
A Note on the Uses of Official Statistics - John I Kitsuse and Aaron V Cicourel
On the Sociology of Suicide - J Maxwell Atkinson
The Sociological Analysis of Social Meanings of Suicide - Jack Douglas
Criminal Statistics and Sociological Explanations of Crime - Paul Wiles
How Official Statistics Are Produced - Government Statisticians Collective
Sexism in Official Statistics - Ann Oakley and Robin Oakley
Why Don't Sociologists Make More Use of Official Statistics? - Martin Bulmer
John Scott is an Honorary Professor at the Universities of Essex, Exeter, and Copenhagen. He was formerly a professor of sociology at the Universities of Essex and Leicester, and pro-vice-chancellor for research at the University of Plymouth. He has been president of the British Sociological Association, Chair of the Sociology Section of the British Academy, and in 2013 was awarded the CBE for Services to Social Science. His work covers theoretical sociology, the history of sociology, elites and social stratification, and social network analysis. His most recent books include British Social Theory: Recovering Lost Traditions before 1950 (SAGE, 2018), Envisioning Sociology. Victor Branford, Patrick Geddes, and the Quest for Social Reconstruction (with Ray Bromley, SUNY Press, 2013), Objectivity and Subjectivity in Social Research (with Gayle Letherby and Malcolm Williams, SAGE, 2011).