PART 1: BACKGROUND TO QUALITATIVE RESEARCH1. Methodological Frameworks and Sampling in Qualitative Research 2. Rigour and Ethics in Qualitative ResearchPart 2: TYPES OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS 3. The In-Depth Interviewing Method 4. Focus Groups 5. Unobtrusive Methods 6. Narrative Enquiry Methodology: Life and Oral History, Life Story and Biological Research 7. Memory Work 8. Ethnography 9. Participatory Action Research 10. Qualitative Case Study Research 11. Grounded Theory ResearchPart 3: MANAGING QUALITATIVE RESEARCH 12. Making Sense of Qualitative Data: The Analysis Process 13. Writing a Qualitative Research Proposal 14. Writing a Qualitative Research ReportPart 4: APPLICATIONS OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH15. Researching the 'Vulnerable' 16. Conducting Cross-Cultural Research Qualitatively 17. Going Online: Doing Qualitative Research in Cyberspace 18. Qualitative Research: New Directions
Pranee Liamputtong holds a position of Personal Chair in Public Health at the School of Public Health, La Trobe University, Melbourne. She has previously taught in the School of Sociology and Anthropology and worked as a public health research fellow at the Mother and Child Health Research, La Trobe University.