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Author Blandford, Ann.
Title Qualitative HCI research : going behind the scenes / Ann Blandford, Dominic Furniss, Stephann Makri.
Alternative Title Qualitative human-computer interaction research.
Publication Info San Rafael, California (1537 Fourth Street, San Rafael, CA 94901 USA) : Morgan & Claypool, 2016.



Descript 1 PDF (xix, 115 pages) : illustrations.
Note Part of: Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science.
Contents 1. Introduction -- 1.1 An overview of qualitative approaches and methods in HCI -- 1.2 The space of interpretive qualitative studies in HCI -- 1.3 Overview of topics --
2. Planning a study -- 2.1 So, you've got this great idea or burning question -- 2.2 Planning and preparation -- 2.3 Being realistic: resources and constraints -- 2.4 Ethics and informed consent -- 2.5 Accommodating researcher biases and pre-existing theory when planning a study -- 2.6 Summary and checklist: planning a study --
3. Sampling and recruitment -- 3.1 Approaches to sampling -- 3.2 Sampling in practice: recruiting participants -- 3.3 Sampling in practice: negotiating access -- 3.4 How many participants? -- 3.5 Summary and checklist: recruiting participants --
4. Gathering data -- 4.1 The role of the researcher -- 4.2 Observation -- 4.3 Think-aloud -- 4.4 Semi-structured interviews -- 4.5 Focus groups -- 4.6 Diary studies and autoethnography -- 4.7 Working with existing sources -- 4.8 Summary and checklist: data gathering --
5. Analysing data -- 5.1 From buckets to causal narratives: different approaches to coding and analysing data -- 5.2 A pragmatic approach to analysis -- 5.3 Tools for qualitative data analysis -- 5.4 Thematic analysis -- 5.5 Illustrative example -- 5.6 Top-down approaches to analysis -- 5.7 Summary and checklist: analysing data --
6. Paradigms and strategies -- 6.1 Research paradigms -- 6.2 Research strategies -- 6.2.1 Basing a study on a particular theoretical perspective -- 6.2.2 Theory shaping analysis -- 6.2.3 Ethnomethodology -- 6.2.4 Contextual inquiry -- 6.2.5 Participant observation and action research -- 6.2.6 Grounded theory -- 6.3 Mixed methods and staged approaches -- 6.4 Responding to the situation -- 6.5 Summary and checklist: study shaping issues --
7. Reporting -- 7.1 Communicating quality through reporting -- 7.2 Summary and checklist: reporting a study --
8. Ensuring quality in qualitative research -- 8.1 Starting with the basics -- 8.2 Building quality into the process -- 8.3 External validation: inter-rater reliability, triangulation and respondent validation -- 8.4 Summary and checklist: quality of qualitative research --
9. Conclusions and further resources -- 9.1 Qualitative research: a space of possibilities -- 9.2 Further resources -- 9.3 Going behind the scenes -- Bibliography -- Authors' biographies.
Note Abstract freely available; full-text restricted to subscribers or individual document purchasers.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader.
ISBN 9781627057608 ebook
Standard # 10.2200/S00706ED1V01Y201602HCI034 doi
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Author Blandford, Ann.
Series Synthesis lectures on human-centered informatics, # 34
Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science.
Synthesis lectures on human-centered informatics ; # 34. 1946-7699
Subject Human-computer interaction -- Research.
Alt author Furniss, Dominic.
Makri, Stephann.
Alternative Title Qualitative human-computer interaction research.
Descript 1 PDF (xix, 115 pages) : illustrations.
Note Part of: Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science.
Contents 1. Introduction -- 1.1 An overview of qualitative approaches and methods in HCI -- 1.2 The space of interpretive qualitative studies in HCI -- 1.3 Overview of topics --
2. Planning a study -- 2.1 So, you've got this great idea or burning question -- 2.2 Planning and preparation -- 2.3 Being realistic: resources and constraints -- 2.4 Ethics and informed consent -- 2.5 Accommodating researcher biases and pre-existing theory when planning a study -- 2.6 Summary and checklist: planning a study --
3. Sampling and recruitment -- 3.1 Approaches to sampling -- 3.2 Sampling in practice: recruiting participants -- 3.3 Sampling in practice: negotiating access -- 3.4 How many participants? -- 3.5 Summary and checklist: recruiting participants --
4. Gathering data -- 4.1 The role of the researcher -- 4.2 Observation -- 4.3 Think-aloud -- 4.4 Semi-structured interviews -- 4.5 Focus groups -- 4.6 Diary studies and autoethnography -- 4.7 Working with existing sources -- 4.8 Summary and checklist: data gathering --
5. Analysing data -- 5.1 From buckets to causal narratives: different approaches to coding and analysing data -- 5.2 A pragmatic approach to analysis -- 5.3 Tools for qualitative data analysis -- 5.4 Thematic analysis -- 5.5 Illustrative example -- 5.6 Top-down approaches to analysis -- 5.7 Summary and checklist: analysing data --
6. Paradigms and strategies -- 6.1 Research paradigms -- 6.2 Research strategies -- 6.2.1 Basing a study on a particular theoretical perspective -- 6.2.2 Theory shaping analysis -- 6.2.3 Ethnomethodology -- 6.2.4 Contextual inquiry -- 6.2.5 Participant observation and action research -- 6.2.6 Grounded theory -- 6.3 Mixed methods and staged approaches -- 6.4 Responding to the situation -- 6.5 Summary and checklist: study shaping issues --
7. Reporting -- 7.1 Communicating quality through reporting -- 7.2 Summary and checklist: reporting a study --
8. Ensuring quality in qualitative research -- 8.1 Starting with the basics -- 8.2 Building quality into the process -- 8.3 External validation: inter-rater reliability, triangulation and respondent validation -- 8.4 Summary and checklist: quality of qualitative research --
9. Conclusions and further resources -- 9.1 Qualitative research: a space of possibilities -- 9.2 Further resources -- 9.3 Going behind the scenes -- Bibliography -- Authors' biographies.
Note Abstract freely available; full-text restricted to subscribers or individual document purchasers.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader.
ISBN 9781627057608 ebook
Standard # 10.2200/S00706ED1V01Y201602HCI034 doi
Author Blandford, Ann.
Series Synthesis lectures on human-centered informatics, # 34
Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science.
Synthesis lectures on human-centered informatics ; # 34. 1946-7699
Subject Human-computer interaction -- Research.
Alt author Furniss, Dominic.
Makri, Stephann.
Alternative Title Qualitative human-computer interaction research.

Subject Human-computer interaction -- Research.
Descript 1 PDF (xix, 115 pages) : illustrations.
Note Part of: Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science.
Contents 1. Introduction -- 1.1 An overview of qualitative approaches and methods in HCI -- 1.2 The space of interpretive qualitative studies in HCI -- 1.3 Overview of topics --
2. Planning a study -- 2.1 So, you've got this great idea or burning question -- 2.2 Planning and preparation -- 2.3 Being realistic: resources and constraints -- 2.4 Ethics and informed consent -- 2.5 Accommodating researcher biases and pre-existing theory when planning a study -- 2.6 Summary and checklist: planning a study --
3. Sampling and recruitment -- 3.1 Approaches to sampling -- 3.2 Sampling in practice: recruiting participants -- 3.3 Sampling in practice: negotiating access -- 3.4 How many participants? -- 3.5 Summary and checklist: recruiting participants --
4. Gathering data -- 4.1 The role of the researcher -- 4.2 Observation -- 4.3 Think-aloud -- 4.4 Semi-structured interviews -- 4.5 Focus groups -- 4.6 Diary studies and autoethnography -- 4.7 Working with existing sources -- 4.8 Summary and checklist: data gathering --
5. Analysing data -- 5.1 From buckets to causal narratives: different approaches to coding and analysing data -- 5.2 A pragmatic approach to analysis -- 5.3 Tools for qualitative data analysis -- 5.4 Thematic analysis -- 5.5 Illustrative example -- 5.6 Top-down approaches to analysis -- 5.7 Summary and checklist: analysing data --
6. Paradigms and strategies -- 6.1 Research paradigms -- 6.2 Research strategies -- 6.2.1 Basing a study on a particular theoretical perspective -- 6.2.2 Theory shaping analysis -- 6.2.3 Ethnomethodology -- 6.2.4 Contextual inquiry -- 6.2.5 Participant observation and action research -- 6.2.6 Grounded theory -- 6.3 Mixed methods and staged approaches -- 6.4 Responding to the situation -- 6.5 Summary and checklist: study shaping issues --
7. Reporting -- 7.1 Communicating quality through reporting -- 7.2 Summary and checklist: reporting a study --
8. Ensuring quality in qualitative research -- 8.1 Starting with the basics -- 8.2 Building quality into the process -- 8.3 External validation: inter-rater reliability, triangulation and respondent validation -- 8.4 Summary and checklist: quality of qualitative research --
9. Conclusions and further resources -- 9.1 Qualitative research: a space of possibilities -- 9.2 Further resources -- 9.3 Going behind the scenes -- Bibliography -- Authors' biographies.
Note Abstract freely available; full-text restricted to subscribers or individual document purchasers.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Alt author Furniss, Dominic.
Makri, Stephann.
ISBN 9781627057608 ebook
Standard # 10.2200/S00706ED1V01Y201602HCI034 doi

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