Qualitative health research / edited by Robert Dingwall.Material type: TextSeries: Fundamentals of applied researchPublication details: Los Angeles : Sage, 2008.Description: 4 v. : ill. ; 25 cmISBN:
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Qualitative research methods are growing in importance and in use amongst nurses and other health researchers. Qualitative Health Research showcases the cutting-edge developments and seminal studies in research practice and research theory in this field. At the same time these volumes detail the long and fascinating history of the use of qualitative approaches to the study of health and illness, providing a complete map of the field. The four volumes focus on 'Patients and Disease', 'Health Professionals and their Work', 'Healthcare Organisations' and 'Patient Experiences'. This will be this first major work in SAGE's new series 'Fundamentals of Applied Research'.
VOLUME 1: PATIENTS AND DISEASESPart 1: What is a Disease? What Is Disease? - L. S. King The Study of Disease in Relation to Culture - H. Fabrega, Jr. Ilnness, Therapy and the Modern Urban - T. Parsons and R. Fox The Insanity of Place - E. Goffman Disability as Social Deviance - E. Freidson Illness and Everyday Life - R. Dingwall Part 2: Experiencing Disease History, Culture and Subjective Experience: An exploration of the social bases of drug-induced experiences - H. Becker The Cardiac Patient's Perception of his Heart - B. Cowie Social Movements, the Occupational Arena and Changes in Career Consciousness: The case of women flight attendants - Roberta Lessor Epidemic Psychology - A Model - P.M. Strong The Epidemiology of a Folk Illness: "Susto" - Rubel Part 3: Diagnosing Disease "Feed a Cold, Starve a Fever" - Folk models of infection in an English suburban community, and their relation to medical treatment - C.G. Helman The Diagnosis of Disease Among the Subanun of Mindanao - C. Frake The Hierarchy of Resort in Curative Practices: The Admiralty Islands, Melanesia - Lola Romanucci Schwartz Bishop Berkeley and the Adeno-tonsillectomy Enigma - M. Bloor Typification in the Diagnostic Practices of Rehabilitation Agencies - T. Scheff Orchestrating an Encounter: A note on the talk of mentally handicapped children - J. Brewer, G. McBride and S. Yearley Part 4: Medication and Medicalization The Discovery of Hyperkinesis: Notes on the medicalization of deviant behavior - P. Conrad Media and Medicine The Message of Psychotropic Drug - G.V. Stimson Body Ritual among The Nacirema American - H. Miner Sociological Imperialism and the Profession of Medicine: A critical examination of the thesis of medical imperialism - P.M. Strong Obeying Doctor's Orders: A view from the other side - G.V. Stimson Compliance and the Patient's Perspective: Controlling symptoms in everyday life - L.M. Hunt, B. Jordan, S. Irwin and C.H. Browner
VOLUME 3: HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONSPart 1: Hospitals in Healthcare The Role of the Hospital - Waddington The Hospital and its Negotiated Order - L. Strauss, L. Schatzman, R. Bucher, D. Ehrlich, and M. Sabshin Decline of the Hospital: Reconstructing institutional dangers - D. Armstrong Part 2: Producing and Managing Information Some Notes on Record Taking and Making in an Antenatal Clinic - S. Macintyre Making Sense of Mortality - L. Prior Paper and People: The work of the casualty reception clerk - D. Hughes Women's Voice: The case of nursing information systems - I. Wagner Accumulating and Coordinating: Occasions for information technologies - M. Berg Managing Understandings: Politics, symbolism, niche marketing and the quest for legitimacy in IT implementation - A.D. BrownPart 3: Authority and Deference Authority and Decision-Making in a Hospital: A comparative analysis - R.L. Coser Sources of Power of Lower Participants in Complex Organizations - David Mechanic Influence and Authority Among Physicians in an Outpatient-Clinic - M.E.W. Goss Professionals in Organisations - Some Preliminary Observations on Hospital Consultants - C. Davies Managing Doctors and Saving a Hospital: Irony, rhetoric and actor networks - M. Dent The Contestation of Archetypes: Negotiating scripts in a UK hospital trust board - F. Mueller, C. Harvey and C. Howorth Physicians on the Drug Industry Side of the Prescription Blank: Their dual commitment to medical science and business - R.C. Fox Management of Radiation Hazards in Hospitals: Plural rationalities in a single institution - S. Rayner Prognostic Conflict in Life-and-Death Decisions: The organization as an ecology of knowledge - R.R. Anspach AIDS and Its Impact on Medical Work: The culture and politics of the shop floor - C.L. Bosk and J. E. Frader
VOLUME 4: PATIENT EXPERIENCESPart 1: Ward Life A Case-Study in the Functioning of Social Systems as a Defence against Anxiety: A report on a study of the nursing service of a general hospital - E.P. Menzies Narrating Nursing Jurisdiction: "Atrocity Stories" and "Boundary-Work" - D. Allen Space and Place in the Construction and Performance of Gendered Nursing Identities - S. Halford and P. Leonard Temporal Reference Frameworks and Nurses' Work Organization - S. Waterworth Old Folks and Dirty Work: The social conditions for patient abuse in a nursing home - C.I. Stannard "Pain Talk" in Hospice and Palliative Care Team Meetings: An ethnography - Arber Some Social Functions of Laughter - A Study of Humor in a Hospital Setting - R.L. Coser Meanings of Immediate: The practical use of the Patient's Charter in the accident and emergency department - L.C. Sbaih Social Death as Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: David Sudnow's passing on revisited - S. Timmermans The Work of Hospitalized Patients - L. Strauss, S. Fagerhaugh, B. Suczek and C. L. Wiener The Health Service Consumer - A Sociological Misconception - M. StaceyPart 2: Being a Patient Series of Suffering: Subjective tales and research narratives - K. Charmaz Narrative Turn or Blind Alley? - P. Atkinson Orientals Are Stoic New Yorker - Tao-Kim-Hai and M. Andre Parenthood and Patienthood: A dialectical autobiography - N. Hart Four Days in a Strange Place... - "Locus Congressi" Suffering and the Social Construction of Illness: The delegitimation of illness experience in chronic fatigue syndrome - N.C. Ware The Construction of Lay Expertise: Aids activism and the forging of credibility - S. Epstein Images of Parenthood in the United Kingdom and Japan - R. Dingwall, H. Tanaka and S. Minamikata Photo Images: Jo Spence's narratives of living with illness - S. Bell Further Than the Eye Can See? Photo elicitation and research with men - J.L. Oliffe and J.L. Bottorff Managing an Uncertain Illness Trajectory in Old Age: Patients' and physicians' views of stroke - G. Becker and S. Kaufmann Temporal Aspects of Dying as a Non-Scheduled Status Passage - B. Laser and A.L.Strauss
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