BASICS OF GROUNDED THEORY ANALYSIS:
Emergence vs. Forcing by Barney G. Glaser, Ph.D. (1992) $ 38.00
Dr. Glaser published this book as a clear and cogent correction of the many misleading ideas in Basics of Qualitative Research, by Anselm Strauss and Juliet Corbin (1990) Sage Publications. Its corrected view of the underlying logic of grounded theory will enable researchers to get on with their research and keep up their productivity.
CONTENT
Chapter 1 
Introduction 
Chapter 2 
Preface 
Chapter 3 
Basic Considerations 
Chapter 4 
Getting Stated 
Chapter 5 
Theoretical Sensitivity 
Chapter 6 
Reading and Using The Literature 
Chapter 7 
Open Coding 
Chapter 8 
Techniques for Enhancing Theoretical Sensitivity 
Chapter 9 
Axial Coding 
Chapter 10 
Selective Coding 
Chapter 11 
Process 
Chapter 12 
The Conditional Matrix 
Chapter 13 
Theoretical Sampling 
Chapter 14 
Memos 
Chapter 15 
Writing 
Chapter 16 
Criteria For Judging Grounded Theory 
Chapter 17 
Intellectual Propert 

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