Generating data is the defining aspect of empirical work. Data in this respect is understood as information-capacitated material that must be discovered, mined, unearthed - or a near limitless range of similar adjectives.
This major work cross-cuts a number of substantive methodologies and is structured around seven groupings of research in four-volumes which provide the context for data generation:
Volume One: Naturalistic research
Volume Two: Interrogative research and Experimental research
Volume Three: Material research and De-centred research
Volume Four: Biographic research and Secondary research
Drawing on highly influential articles from sociology, social psychology, social anthropology, and education, this is a vital collection for researchers across the social sciences.
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