This distinctive, nuanced book addresses the more complex theoretical issues embedded in the qualitative research paradigm. Adopting a reflective stance that emphasises the role of the researcher it carefully avoids a standardised ‘tick box’ approach to methods. Throughout each chapter, theory is powerfully and persuasively interwoven as its impact on practical topics such as data management and safety in the field is discussed. O’Reilly and Kiyimba bring an authority and clarity to the debate, taking us beyond the mechanical notions of qualitative methods and standardised approaches to research. Instead, they focus on subjects like methodological integrity, perspective driven data collection and theoretically-led analysis. This will be an important resource for anyone looking to practically engage with advanced qualitative research methods.

Dissemination practice in qualitative research

Introduction

Although this chapter is positioned near the end of the book, we acknowledge that qualitative research is an iterative process, and dissemination is not necessarily the end point and may be part of an ongoing process. Dissemination is an important issue for qualitative research, and in this chapter we begin by briefly attending to the wide variety of potential verbal and written modalities for dissemination, including peer review, internal organisational reports, journal articles, conference presentations, information leaflets, media web pages, posters, and participant feedback. This leads onto discussions about the style of language used in dissemination for different audiences. The debate focuses on the polemic between ensuring accessibility to certain audiences and the potential dilution of important theoretical ...

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