By Norma C. Lang,Norma Lang
Small social teams are basic to non-public progress, social improvement, socialization, and buying the talents of maintaining relevance, relationships, and connections to society. regrettably, those that may benefit so much from small teams frequently locate themselves not able to accomplish club. missing the required social talents for access into teams, those socially disabled members may perhaps by no means benefit from the benefits of membership.
Advancing a tradition method that in particular objectives the socially unskilled, Norma Lang supplies much-needed counsel to practitioners suffering to aid participants turn into a part of team existence. Grounded in wide perform, Lang's technique addresses the exact wishes and anomalous functioning of people who lack social abilities to shape and use teams. She outlines the original pre-group techniques of socially unskilled populations and offers a strategy for advancing social competence. She additionally identifies the pro and employer necessities for operating with pre-social tactics. Her strategy is largely appropriate to perform with social paintings teams and enormously expands the literature on social paintings concept and perform with members and groups.
By Paul Smeyers,Marc Depaepe
By William Gibson,Andrew Brown
By situating research within the context of the complete learn procedure, this booklet is helping the reader to introduce an analytical portion of each degree of doing examine: from designing a venture, reviewing the literature, during the a variety of phases of accumulating info, to the method of writing-up. via sensible examples the publication maps out options for constructing analytic frameworks relating to all points of analysis, and demonstrates the ways that such frameworks can be utilized relating to quite a few kinds of info.
In distinction to latest qualitative facts research texts, this ebook deals a unified method of the method of research inside qualitative examine. it will likely be of serious use to scholars and researchers around the complete variety of social, overall healthiness and schooling sciences.
By Earl Babbie
By Derek Beach,Rasmus Brun Pedersen
Causal Case examine Methods starts off with the cohesive, logical foundations for small-n comparative tools, congruence equipment, and strategy tracing, then delineate the specific different types of causal relationships for which every technique is acceptable. subsequent, the authors supply sensible guide for deploying all the equipment separately and together. They stroll the researcher via every one degree of the study strategy, beginning with problems with thought formation and the formula of causal claims in ways in which fit with case-based study. They then boost guidance for utilizing Bayesian good judgment as a suite of sensible questions for translating empirical facts into facts which can or won't ascertain causal inferences.
Widely acclaimed teachers, the authors draw upon their broad adventure on the graduate point in collage study rooms, summer season and wintry weather university classes, workshops, round the globe.
By Samuel Gerald Collins,Matthew Slover Durington
The creation of social media deals anthropologists interesting possibilities to increase their study to groups in clean methods. even as, those technological advancements open up anthropological fieldwork to diversified dangers. Networked Anthropology explores the expanding appropriation of various media systems and social media into anthropological study and instructing. The chapters contemplate the probabilities and demanding situations of multimedia, how community ecologies paintings, the moral dilemmas concerned, and the way to take advantage of multimedia methodologies. The ebook combines theoretical insights with case experiences, methodological sketches and pedagogical notes. Drawing on contemporary ethnographic paintings, the authors offer sensible assistance in inventive methods of doing networked anthropology. They element to the way forward for ethnography, either inside and out the study room, and look at ways that networked anthropology could develop.
By Dail L. Fields
Organizational researchers and bosses have by no means had a unmarried easy-to-use source for demonstrated measures, frequently counting on a range of magazine articles or improvised ideas to fulfill speedy wishes. Taking the degree of labor: A advisor to established Scales for Organizational learn and Diagnosis offers researchers, specialists, managers, and organizational improvement experts proven and trustworthy how one can degree how staff view their paintings and their organization.
By John H Stanfield II
By Pamela J. Stewart,Andrew J. Strathern
By Annette Knaut,Julia Heidler
Dieser Band befasst sich mit aktuellen Veränderungen von Geschlechterrollen. Dabei wird untersucht, ob es eine Reproduktion von Geschlechterbildern gibt oder ob eine Debatte um Chancengleichheit obsolet geworden ist. Anhand der Zahlen ist diese Frage zu verneinen: Die typische Führungsperson ist noch immer männlich und führt eine traditionelle Ehe. In der medialen Repräsentation werden Frauen in Führungspositionen noch immer als ‚die Anderen’ dargestellt. Die Beiträge fragen nach der (Ir-)relevanz von Geschlecht in der medialen Darstellung von Frauen in Führungspositionen und ob Geschlechterdifferenzen im Alltag in Institutionen wie Politik, Wissenschaft sowie game konstruiert werden.