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by Jonathan A Smith,Rom Harre,Luk Van Langenhove
In recent years, a range of perspectives across psychology have challenged the experimental, positivist and cognitivist orientation that has dominated the field for so long.
In recent years, a range of perspectives across psychology have challenged the experimental, positivist and cognitivist orientation that has dominated the field for so long. Creswell provided a useful comparison of the five types of qualitative inquiry (narrative, phenomenology, ethnography, grounded theory, and case study).
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2 rethinking methods in psychology. on academic psychology and pointed to the limitations of its practice. A number of the classic critiques appeared in the 1 970s (Gergen, 1 973; Harre and Secord, 1 972; Shotter, 1 975). In Chapter 2, Jonathan A. Smith discusses the stages involved in conducting a semi-structured interview project, from· an interpretative. phenomenological perspective. Thus it is a practical guide to one form of.
Rethinking Psychology overviews these developments. The outstanding international contributors have produced a coherent and wide-ranging guide to the key strands of theory, showing how they feed into the debate about the creation of a new psychology.
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The book provides a well-structured guide to methods, containing a range of qualitative approaches (for example, semi-structured interviews, grounded theory, discourse analysis) alongside a reworking of quantitative methods to suit contemporary psychological research. A number of chapters are also explicitly concerned with research as a dynamic interactive process. The internationally respected contributors steer the reader through the main stag