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Analyzing Documentary Accounts
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Analyzing Documentary Accounts

  • Randy Hodson - The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA


© 1999 | 96 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Although ethnographic evidence has accumulated in fields ranging from organizational studies to sociology, these studies have not been fully exploited except as sources of descriptive data. Analyzing Documentary Accounts provides researchers with complete guidelines from mining ethnographic data through the use of new analytic techniques. Readers will find Analyzing Documentary Accounts the key to unlocking the rich data sources available in ethnographic material. Using examples from human relations and Hodson's workplace files, author Randy Hodson explains the benefits and limitations of the quantitative analysis of extant bodies of ethnographic evidence, ways to do reliability and validity checks, methods for coding the data, methods for analyzing multiple ethnographic studies, and suggestions for effectively combining qualitative and quantitative methodologies.


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Introduction
 
Successful Applications and Extensions
 
Selecting and Coding Documents
 
Analyzing Documentary Accounts
 
Reliability and Validity
 
Summary

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