Weller, Susan C. (2007)

Cultural Consensus Theory: Applications and Frequently Asked Questions
Field Methods, 19(4): 339-368 
Description: Use of consensus theory to estimate culturally appropriate or "correct" answers to questions and assess individual differences in cultural knowledge. Describes the assumptions, appropriate interview materials, and analytic procedures fro carrying out a consensus analysis.

Seidel, John V. (1998)

Qualitative Data Analysis
Qualis Research, 
Description: Introduction to and discussion of text analysis

Ryan, Gery, & Weisner, Thomas S. (1998)

Content analysis of words in brief descriptions: How mothers and fathers describe their children
Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira, In V. de Munck and E. Sobo (Eds.), Using methods in the field.  A practical introduction and casebook, pp. 57-68
Description: Content analysis of parent descriptions of their children toward understanding parental perceptions and attitudes regarding their adolescent children

Pearce, L. D. (2002)

Integrating Survey and Ethnographic Methods for Systematic
Anomalous Case Analysis
Sociological Methodology, 32(1): 103-132
Description: How the salience of research findings can be enhanced by combining survey and ethnographic methods to draw insight from anomalous cases.

Moret, Margriet, Reuzel, Rob, Van Der Wilt, Gert J. & Grin, John (2007)

Validity and Reliability of Qualitative Data Analysis: Interobserver Agreement in Reconstructing Interpretative Frames
Field Methods, 19(1): 24-39
Description: Assessed interobserver reliability in the use of reconstructing interpretative frames techniques as an indicator of its rigor.

MacQueen, Kathleen M. & Milstein, Bobby (1999)

A Systems Approach to Qualitative Data Management and Analysis
Field Methods, 11(1): 27-39
Description: Introduces and illustrates a systematic approach to qualitative data management from a database architecture perspective. Discusses four main types of information collected in qualitative research: information about primary sources, information from primary sources, secondary information generated by coders, and information about the coders and how quantitative approaches can be used to evaluate qualitative analysis.

Guest, Greg & McLellan, Eleanor (2003)

Distinguishing the Trees from the Forest: Applying Cluster Analysis to Thematic Qualitative Data
Field Methods, 15(2): 186-201
Description: Introduces and Illustrates the use of cluster analysis in aiding the analysis of large qualitative data sets through a hierarchical technique that can be applied in a multistage thematic analysis.

Garson, G. David (2008)

Logistic Regression, 
Description: Overview and how-to guide for specifying and interpreting the results of logistic regression 

Caulkins, Douglas & Hyatt, Susan B. (1999)

Using Consensus Analysis to Measure Cultural Diversity in Organizations and Social Movements.
Field Methods, 11(1): 55-26 
Description: Introduces consensus analysis as useful technique for analyzing structured interview data and producing results that: a) measure the degree of agreement amont informants, b) identify "culturally correct" information, and c) assign scores for each informant on how knowledgeble they are with respect to the "correct" response.

Bryman, A. (2007)

Barriers to integrating quantitative and qualitative research
Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 1(1): 8-22
Description: Challenges to integrating mixed methods data and strategy for writing mixed methods research articles


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