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This page lists the required and recommended reading for the course. Please see the schedule for a day-by-day view of assigned readings and suggestions for further reading.


Abrahamsson, K.H., et al. 2002. Dental phobic patients’ view of dental anxiety and experiences in dental care: A qualitative study. Scandinavian Journal Of Caring Sciences 16(2):188-96.

Addison, RB. 1992. Grounded hermeneutic research. In: Crabtree BF, Miller WL, editors. Doing Qualitative Research. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications; p.110-124 (Chapter 6).

Altheide, D.L. 1996. Qualitative Media Analysis. Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications.

Bernard, H.R. et al. 1986. The construction of primary data in cultural anthropology. Current Anthropology 27:382-396.

Bernard, H.R. 2002, Research Methods in Cultural Anthropology, 3rd Edition . Sage Publications.

Bernard, H.R. & G. Ryan. 1998. Qualitative and quantitative methods of text analysis. In Handbook of Research Methods in Cultural Anthropology. H. R. Bernard. Walnut Creek, Altamira Press:595-646.

Bloom, F.R. 2001. “New beginnings”: A case study in gay men’s changing perceptions of quality of life during the course of HIV infection. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 15(1):38-57.

Boeije H. 2002. A purposeful approach to the constant comparative method in the analysis of qualitative interviews. Quality & Quantity 36:391-409.

Borgatti, S. 1998. Elicitation techniques for cultural domain analysis. In J. Schensul & M. LeCompte (Eds.), The Ethnographer’s Toolkit, Vol. 3. Walnut Creek, CA: Altimira Press.

Bringer, Joy D., Johnston, Lynne Halley, and Brackenridge, Celia H. 2006. Using computer-assisted qualitative data analysis software to develop a grounded theory project. Field Methods 18:245-66.

Carey, J. W., et al. 1996. Intercoder agreement in analysis of responses to open-ended interview questions: Examples from tuberculosis research. Cultural Anthropology Methods Journal 8(3):1-5.

Charmaz, K. 1990. ‘Discovering’ chronic illness: Using grounded theory. Social Science & Medicine 30:1161-1172.

Charmaz, K. 2000. Grounded theory: Objectivist and contructivist methods. In The Handbook of Qualitative Research. Edited by N. K. Denzin and Y. Lincoln. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Chavez, et al. 1995. Structure and meaning in models of breast and cervical cancer risk factors: A comparison of perceptions among Latinas, Anglo women, and physicians. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 9(1):40- 74.

Colby, B.N., 1966. The analysis of culture content and the patterning of narrative concern in texts. American Anthropologist , 68:374-388.

Corbin, Juliet M., and Anselm C. Strauss. 2008. Basics of Qualitative Research: Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Cowan, G. & M. O’Brien. 1990. Gender and survival vs. death in slasher films: A content analysis. Sex Roles 23:187-196.

Crabtree, B.F. & W. L. Miller. 1992. A template approach to text analysis: Developing and using codebooks. Doing Qualitative Research. B. F. Crabtree and W. L. Miller. Newbury Park, CA, Sage Publications:93-109.

Coulter, I.D., et al. 2000. Sharing the mantle of primary female care: Physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. Journal of the American Medical Women’s Association 55(2):100-103.

Denzin, N.K. 1970. The Research Act. A Theoretical Introduction to Sociological Methods, 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Dey, I. 1993. Qualitative Data Analysis: A User-Friendly Guide for Social Scientists. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Eisenhardt, K.M. 1989. Building theories from case study research. Academy of Management Review 14(4):532-550.

Eisenhardt, K.M. & L.J. Bourgeois, III. 1988. Politics of strategic decision making in high-velocity environments: Toward a midrange theory. Academy of Management Journal 31(4):737-770.

Fielding, Nigel 2004. Getting the most from archived qualitative data: epistemological, practical, and professional obstacles. Int. J. of Social Research Methodology 7:97-104

Gallimore, R., et al. 1989. The social construction of ecocultural niches: Family accommodation of developmentally delayed children. American Journal of Mental Retardation 94(3):216-30.

Glaser, B.G. & A. Strauss. 1967. The Discovery Of Grounded Theory: Strategies For Qualitative Research. Chicago, Aldine.

Glaser, B.G. 1992.Emergence Vs. Forcing: Basics Of Grounded Theory Analysis. Mill Valley, CA, Sociology Press.

Gottschalk, L.A., 1997. The unobtrusive measurement of psychological states and traits, C.W. Roberts, Editor. Text Analysis for the Social Sciences . Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, NJ. p.117-129.

Gorden, R. 1992. Basic Interviewing Skills. Itasca, IL: F.E. Peacock. Reissued by Waveland Press, 1998.

Hill, C.E. 1997. Decision modeling: Its use in medical anthropology. In Using Methods in the Field: A Practical Introduction and Casebook . Victor C. de Munck and Elisa J. Sobo eds. Pp. 139-164. Walnut Creek, CA: Altimira Press.

Hirschman, E.C. 1987. People as Products: Analysis of a Complex Marketing Exchange. Journal of Marketing 51:98–108.

Hunt, J.G., & A. Ropo. 1995. Multi-Level Leadership—Grounded Theory and Mainstream Theory Applied to the Case of General Motors. Leadership Quarterly 6:379- 412.

Imrich D.J., C. Mullin, & D. Linz. 1995. Measuring the Extent of Prejudicial Pretrial Publicity in Major American Newspapers—A Content Analysis. Journal of Communication 45(3):94-117.

Irurita, V.F. 1996. Hidden Dimensions Revealed—Progressive Grounded Theory Study of Quality Care in the Hospital. Qualitative Health Research 6:331–349.

Jang, H., & G.A. Barnett. 1994. Cultural differences in organizational communication: A semantic network analysis. Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique 44:31-59.

Jehn, K. & Doucet. 1996. Developing categories from interview data: Text analysis and multidimensional scaling. Part I. Cultural Anthropology Methods Journal 8(2):15-16.

Jehn, K. & Doucet. 1997. Developing categories for interview data: Consequences of different coding and analysis strategies in understanding text. Part 2. Cultural Anthropology Methods Journal 9(1):1-7.

Johnston, Lynne. 2006. “Software and Method: Reflections on Teaching and Using Qsr Nvivo in Doctoral Research.”International Journal of Social Research Methodology 9, no. 5: 379-91.

Kearney, M.H., et al. 1995. Salvaging self: A grounded theory of pregnancy on crack cocaine. Nursing Research 44:208-213.

Kirchler, E. 1992. Adorable woman, expert man: Changing gender images of women and men in management. European Journal of Social Psychology 22:363-373.

Krippendorf, K. 1980. Content Analysis: An Introduction to Its Methodology. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.

Lincoln, Y.S., & E.G. Guba. 1985. Naturalistic Inquiry. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.

MacQueen, K.M., et al. 1998. Codebook development for team-based qualitative research. Cultural Anthropology Methods Journal 10 (2):31-36.

Maijala, H., Paavilainen E., & Astedt-Kurki P. 2003. The use of grounded theory to study interaction. Nursing Research. 11(2):40-57.

Maloney, R.S. & M. Paolisso. 2001. What Can Digital Audio Data Do for You? Field Methods 13(1):88-96.

Markovic, Milica 2006. Analyzing qualitative data: health care experiences of women with gynecological cancer. Field Methods 18:413-29.

McCarthy, Michael, and Carter, Ronald 2004. “There’s millions of them”: Hyperbole in everyday conversation. Journal of Pragmatics 36:149-84.

McKinnon A. 1993. The multi-dimensional concordance: A new tool for literary research. Computers and the Humanities 27:165-183.

McLellan, E., K. MacQueen & J. Neidig. 2003. Beyond the qualitative interview: Data preparation and transcription. Field Methods 15(1)63-84.

MacMillan, Katie. 2005. “More Than Just Coding? Evaluating Caqdas in a Discourse Analysis of News Texts.” Forum: Qualitative Social Research 6, no. 3: Art. 25.

Miles, M.B. & A.M. Huberman. 1994. Qualitative data analysis: an expanded sourcebook . Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications.

Morgan, D.L. 1992. Doctor-caregiver relationships: An exploration using focus groups. In: Crabtree BF, Miller WL, editors. Doing Qualitative Research. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publication; p.205-227.

Morrow, SL & M.L. Smith. 1998. A grounded theory study: Constructions of survival and coping by women who have survived childhood sexual abuse. In: Creswell JW, editor. Qualitative Inquiry And Research Design: Choosing Among Five Traditions. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications; 297-321.

Neuendorf, KA. 2002. The Content Analysis Guidebook. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Nolan, J. & G. Ryan. 2000. Fear and Loathing at the Cinemaplex: Gender Differences in Descriptions and Perceptions of Slasher Films. Sex Roles, 42(1- 2):39-56.

Patton, M.Q. 1990. Qualitative evaluation and research methods. Newbury Park, CA, Sage Publications, Inc.

Peters, Vincent, and Wester, Fred. 2007. “How Qualitative Data Analysis Software May Support the Qualitative Analysis Process.” Quality and Quantity 41, no. 5: 635-59.

Rubinstein R.L. 1995. Narratives of elder parental death: A structural and cultural analysis. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 9(2):257-276.

Ryan, G. 1999. Measuring the typicality of text: Using multiple coders for more than just reliability and validity checks. Human Organization 58:313- 322.

Ryan, G. & H.R. Bernard. 2000. Data management and analysis methods, In Handbook of Qualitative Research, 2nd Ed. Edited by N. D. a. Y. Lincoln, pp.769-802. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Ryan, G. & H.R. Bernard. 2003. Techniques to identify themes. Field Methods 15(1):85-109.

Ryan, G. & H. Martínez. 1996. Can we predict what mothers do?: Modeling childhood diarrhea in rural Mexico. Human Organization 55(1):47- 57.

Ryan, G., J. Nolan, & S. Yoder. 2000. Successive free listing: Using multiple free lists to generate explanatory models. Field Methods 12:83- 107.

Ryan, G. & G. Wagner. 2003. Pill Taking ‘Routinization’: A Critical Factor to Understanding Episodic Medication Adherence. AIDS Care 15(6):795-806.

Ryan, G., & T.G. Weisner. 1998. Content analysis of words in brief descriptions: How do fathers and mothers describe their children?, In Using Methods in the Field: A Practical Introduction and Casebook. Edited by V. d. M. E. Sobo, pp. 57-68. Walnut Creek: Altamira Press.

Schuster, M.A., N. Halfon, D. & D.L. Wood. 1998. African American Mothers in South Central Los Angeles. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 152:264-268.

Strauss, A. 1987. Qualitative Analysis for Social Scientists. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Strauss, C. 1992. What makes Tony run? Schemas as motive reconsideration. In Human motives and cultural models. Edited by R. D’Andrade and C. Strauss. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 191-224.

Strauss, A., & J. Corbin. 1997. Grounded Theory in Practice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Stigler, J.W., et al. 1999. The TIMSS Videotape Classroom Study: Methods And Findings From An Exploratory Research Project On Eighth-Grade Mathematics Instruction In Germany, Japan, And The United States . Washington, DC, National Center for Education Statistics.

Weber, R.P. 1990.Basic Content Analysis. Newbury Park, CA, Sage Publications.

Weisner, T.S., et al. 1991. Religion and families of children with developmental delays. American Journal of Mental Retardation 95(6): 647-662.

Weitzman, E.A. 2000. Software and qualitative research. In The Handbook of Qualitative Research. Edited by N. K. Denzin and Y. Lincoln. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Weller S.C. & A.K. Romney. 1988. Systematic data collection. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Welsh, Elaine. 2002. “Dealing With Data: Using Nvivo in the Qualitative Data Analysis Process.” Forum: Qualitative Social Research 3, no. 2.

Willms, D., et al. 1992. A qualitative study of family practice physician health promotion activities. Doing Qualitative Research . B. F. Crabtree and W. L. Miller. Newbury Park, CA, Sage Publications:189-204 (Chapter 11).

Yoder, P.S. 1995. Examining ethnomedical diagnoses and treatment choices for diarrheal disorders in Lubumbashi Swahili. Medical Anthropology 16:211- 248.

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