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Miles and A. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher.
Miles, A. ISBN pbk. Social sciences—Research. Huberman, A. M Michael Huberman About the Authors. Noting Patterns, Themes 2. Seeing Plausibility 3. Clustering 4. Making Metaphors 5. Counting 6. Partitioning Variables 8. Subsuming Particulars Into the General 9. Factoring Noting the Relations Between Variables Finding Intervening Variables Building a Logical Chain of Evidence Checking for Representativeness 2. Checking for Researcher Effects 3. Triangulating 4.
Weighting the Evidence 5. Checking the Meaning of Outliers 6. Using Extreme Cases 7. Following Up Surprises 8. Looking for Negative Evidence 9. Making If-Then Tests Ruling Out Spurious Relations Replicating a Finding Checking Out Rival Explanations List of Displays Display 1. Display 6. Administrators at Masepa Display 7. Display 9. I have been honored to join them, in spirit, as the third author of this revised text. To this day, qualitative data analysis seems to remain a somewhat mysterious and elusive process for newcomers to the field.
In addition, qualitative research has a solid foundation of analytic traditions but no current standardization of practice—there is no official qualitative executive board out there mandating exactly how analysis must be conducted. Books on research methods can no longer require; they can only recommend.
This book offers its readers practical guidance in recommended methods for assembling and analyzing primarily text-based data. Qualitative Data Analysis: A Methods Sourcebook is designed for researchers in virtually all fields and disciplines that honor what their human participants have to say, treasure the products and artifacts they create, and respect the complexity of social action as it happens all around us.
It is intended for students in graduate degree programs who are learning how to investigate the human condition through qualitative research coursework and for established scholars and practitioners continuing their professional development by reading the literature on current methods.
I have reduced the number of displays from the second edition and, when possible, reformatted them using mainstream software. I have also added selected coverage of additional genres of qualitative inquiry, such as narrative inquiry, autoethnography, mixed methods, and arts-based research, that have emerged prominently over the past 20 years.
In certain problematic sections of the second edition, I struggled with deciding whether to delete, maintain, or revise the text. Nevertheless, I have, without guilt, mercilessly deleted most of its early references, second-source displays, duplicate and overextended discussions, and some more convoluted sections. Occasionally, when our opinions seem to diverge, subtly or greatly, I specify whose belief is being discussed.
Her editorial assistant Kaitlin Perry was a tremendous resource for manuscript and display preparation. Betty Miles offered me not only her support but also her keen eye and editorial prowess for this revision. My own qualitative research methods professors at Arizona State University significantly influenced my growth as a scholar and writer. Tracy for their life-changing impact on my academic career.
Coleman A. I also extend thanks to my long-distance mentors, Harry F. Wolcott, Norman K. Denzin, and Yvonna S. Lincoln, for their insightful writings, wisdom, and guidance. In the second edition of Qualitative Data Analysis, Miles and Huberman thanked a large number of individuals and organizations. Their contributions continue to enrich this revised edition of the book, and they have my gratitude as well.
My final thanks go to Matthew B. Michael Huberman themselves. To my knowledge,. To my knowledge, I never met them or heard them speak at professional conferences, but their data-analytic methods, which I learned intimately in my qualitative research courses, have been part of my work ever since. Miles and Huberman are two of those esteemed scholars, and I am honored to be connected with them in this new way.
I hope that this third edition of their book pays proper tribute and homage to their significant level of scholarship. Warner of Cornell University. Crandall of The Network, Inc. We are indebted to him for his steady encouragement and support, and that of Ann Bezdek Weinheimer, project officer from the Office of Planning, Budgeting and Evaluation.
Rolf Lehming, of the Program on Dissemination and Improvement of Practice, was our project officer; we valued his sustained interest and advice. The ideas in the first edition—and indeed in this one—do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Department of Education.
But we remain grateful for its sponsorship of these studies. In the past 10 years, many people have contributed to our understanding of qualitative data analysis and to the development of the second edition. We have experimented in the company of colleagues with studies that expanded, tested, and refined the methods described in the first edition. As always, the process of teaching from the book taught us a great deal.
During —, we sent an informal survey to a wide range of people engaged in qualitative research, asking for collegial advice and examples of their work. Our warm thanks to the researchers who responded; they provided a wide range of ideas, papers, advice, and cautions that were immensely helpful.
Many of these colleagues are quoted or cited in this book. Grants supporting the extensive retrieval and synthesis work for this edition came to us from the John D. We are grateful for the active, intelligent guidance that our editor, Mitch Allen, provided throughout the work. We owe a very special debt to Carolyn Riehl. Her ability to locate and extract interesting ideas— both substantive and methodological—from a wide range of qualitative studies is remarkable.
She was a strong third colleague during our extended period of retrieval and ordering. Drafts of this edition were reviewed by many people: Our warm thanks for the thoughtful advice. As with the first edition, we are grateful to each other for the energy, stimulation, and productivity of our work in a demanding enterprise. About the Authors Matthew B. Miles, a social psychologist, had a career-long interest in strategies for educational reform. His work focused on planned change in education, group and organizational studies, and the dissemination and implementation of research findings.
His first major research project was a 4-year study of six new, innovative public schools. His work focused on education policy, school reform, and the practical translation of research knowledge into effective school practice. Miles and Huberman collaborated for many years on studies of the dissemination of educational innovations and school improvement. In the course of a multisite study sponsored by the National Institute of Education, they began a study of the procedures they were using to analyze data, which provided the intellectual stimulus and the content of much of this book.
We offer recommended guidance for the various audiences of this book and establish the parameters of what we will cover in the text. The Purpose of This Book We wrote this book to address a need faced by researchers in all fields of the human sciences. Put simply, how can we draw valid and trustworthy meaning from qualitative data, and what methods of analysis can we use that are practical and will get us knowledge that we and others can rely on?
Qualitative data are a source of well-grounded, rich descriptions and explanations of human processes. With qualitative data, one can preserve chronological flow, see which events led to which consequences, and derive fruitful explanations. Then, too, good qualitative data are more likely to lead to serendipitous findings and to new integrations; they help researchers get beyond initial conceptions and generate or revise conceptual frameworks.
The expansion of qualitative inquiry from the s onward has been phenomenal. There are now.
Miles and A. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. Miles, A. ISBN pbk.
Qualitative Data Analysis. Matthew B. Miles, A. Michael Huberman, Johnny Saldana.
The Third Editions presentation of the fundamentals of research design and data management is followed by five distinct methods of analysis. Miles and huberman qualitative data analysis. Bringing the art of qualitative analysis up-to-date this edition adds hundreds of new techniques ideas and references developed in the past decade. Dalam bukunya Qualitative Data Analysis disajikan mengenai model-model penyajian data untuk analisis kualitatif. Data reduction refers to the process of selecting focusing simplifying abstracting and transforming the data that appear in written up field notes or transcriptions.
Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item Several of the data display strategies from the previous editions are retained and MHS [Miles, Huberman, and Saldana] presents them in reenvisioned and reorganized formats that will, I believe, enhance reader accessibility and comprehension The book provides a display p. The bulk of MHS Chapters talks about what is in between these points. The concept map is complex and will be valuable for readers, whatever their level of coding experience.
Qualitative research relies on data obtained by the researcher from first-hand observation, interviews, questionnaires, focus groups, participant-observation, recordings made in natural settings, documents, and artifacts.Reply