"Emerging from a highly successful volume of the American Behavioral Scientist , this edited volume is organized around three thematic issues: methodology, epistemological reflection, and theoretical and conceptual exploration. Each of these guiding themes is developed to greater or lesser degree in each chapter providing a navigational thread throughout the entire book. Key Features: - Includes a reader's guide that connects different chapters to different conceptual themes and methodological approaches, - Offers an expanded list of suggested readings, arranged thematically within the general framework of the book - Provides original and reprinted works by leading qualitative researchers across a wide range of fields"
Signs of Resistance: Marking Public Space Through a Renewed Cultural Activism
For several years prior to the catastrophic events surrounding Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans was the site of an ongoing tension between artist-activists, progressives, and revolutionaries and what some might ...