Preface Part 1: Overview Chapter 1. A Vision of the Epistemology and Ethics of Qualitative Research Into Sport Part 2: The Nature of Qualitative Research Chapter 2. Research Must Answer its Question: Research as Erotetic Chapter 3. The Idea of the `Qualitative' is not so Helpful Part 3: The Place of Truth Chapter 4. Research Must Aim at Truth Chapter 5. Scientism is a Bad Model of Truth (and Natural Science) Chapter 6. Postmodernism and Truth-Denial as a Kind of Scientism Chapter 7. Truth-Denial is Not Just a Style of Writing Part 4: Ethics for Research Chapter 8. Voluntary Informed Consent is Not a Gold Standard Chapter 9. Covert Research into Sport can be Ethical Chapter 10. The Researcher is Not the Research Subject Part 5: Conclusion (and Appendix) Chapter 11. In Summary. Appendix: Considerations of Exceptionlessness in Philosophy. Bibliography
Graham McFee is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Brighton and at California State University Fullerton. He was Vice President of the British Society of Aesthetics. He has written and presented extensively, both nationally and internationally, on the philosophy of Wittgenstein and on aesthetics, especially the aesthetics of dance.