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|SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Geography|
Explains how empirical details of qualitative research can be linked to the broader social, theoretical, political, and policy concerns of qualitative geographers and the communities within which they work. Describes the history of qualitative geography and details the ways that research, and the researcher's place within it, are conceptualized within broader academic, political, and social currents; demonstrates the different strategies of inquiry that qualitative geographers use, and the tools and techniques that address the challenges and queries that arise in the research process; and explores the issues and processes of interpretation and the ways researchers communicate their results. Dydia DeLyser, et al, eds. Available through SAGE Knowledge.
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