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The SAGE handbook of online research methods

Author: Nigel Fielding; Raymond M Lee; Grant Blank
Publisher: Los Angeles ; London : SAGE, 2008.
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This handbook provides comprehensive coverage of contemporary and developing Internet and online social research methods, spanning both quantitative and qualitative research applications.

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nigel Fielding; Raymond M Lee; Grant Blank
ISBN: 1412922933 9781412922937
OCLC Number: 214308663
Description: xvi, 570 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
Contents: Section I. The Internet as a research medium --
Chapter 1: The Internet as a research medium: an editorial introduction to the Sage Handbook of Online Research Methods / Ray Lee, Nigel Fielding and Grant Blank. Section II. Designing Internet research --
Chapter 2: The Ethics of Internet research / Rebecca Eynon, Jenny Fry and Ralph Schroeder --
Chapter 3: Understanding and Managing Legal Issues in Internet Research / Andrew Charlesworth --
Chapter 4: Research design and tools for Internet research / Claire Hewson and Dianna Laurent --
Chapter 5: General approaches to data quality and Internet generated data / Karsten Boye Rasmussen. Section III. Data capture using the Internet --
Chapter 6: Middleware for Distributed Data Management-Alvaro A.A. Fernandes --
Chapter 7: Distilling Digital Traces: Computational social science approaches to studying the Internet / Ted Welser, Marc Smith, Danyel Fisher and Eric Gleave --
Chapter 8: Analysing Social Networks via the Internet / Bernie Hogan --
Chapter 9: Nonreactive Data Collection on the Internet / Dietmar Janetzko. Section IV. The Internet survey --
Chapter 10: Overview: online surveys / Vasja Vehovar and Katja Lozar Manfreda --
Chapter 11: Sampling methods for Web and E-mail Surveys / Ronald Fricker --
Chapter 12: Internet survey design / Samuel Best and Brian Krueger --
Chapter 13: Internet survey software tools / Lars Kaczmirek. Section V. Virtual ethnography --
Chapter 14: Overview: Virtual ethnography: modes, varieties, affordances / Christine Hine --
Chapter 15: Internet-based Interviewing / Henrietta O'Connor, Clare Madge, Robert Shaw, Jane Wellens --
Chapter 16: Online focus groups / Ted Gaiser --
Chapter 17: Fieldnotes in public: using blogs for research / Nina Wakeford and Kris Cohen --
Chapter 18: Research Uses of Multi-user Virtual Environments / Ralph Schroeder and Jeremy Bailenson --
Chapter 19: Distributed Video Analysis in Social Research / Jon Hindmarsh. Section VI. The Internet as an archival resource --
Chapter 20: The Provision of Access to Quantitative Data for Secondary Analysis / Keith Cole, Louise Corti and Jo Wathan --
Chapter 21: Secondary Qualitative Analysis using Internet Resources / Patrick Carmichael --
Chapter 22: Finding and Investigating Geographical Data Online / David Martin, Samantha Cockings and Samuel Leung --
Chapter 23: Data Mining, Statistical Data Analysis, or Advanced Analytics: Methodology, Implementation, and Applied Techniques / Bert Little and Michael Schucking --
Chapter 24: Artificial Intelligence and the Internet-Ed Brent. Section VII. The future of social research on the Internet --
Chapter 25: Longitudinal Statistical Modelling on the Grid / Rob Crouchley and Rob Allan --
Chapter 26: Qualitative e-Social Science/Cyber-research / Nigel Fielding and Ray Lee --
Chapter 27: New Cartographies of 'Knowing Capitalism' and the Changing Jurisdictions of Empirical Sociology / Michael Hardey and Roger Burrows --
Chapter 28: The Internet and the Future of Social Science Research / Mike Fischer, Stephen Lyon and David Zeitlyn (Kent) --
Chapter 29: Online Research Methods and Social Theory / Grant Blank --
Section VIII --
Glossary of Key Terms.
Other Titles: Handbook of online research methods
Responsibility: edited by Nigel G. Fielding, Raymond M. Lee and Grant Blank.


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