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Analyzing Group Interactions

A Guidebook for Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed Methods, 1st Edition

Edited by Matthias Huber, Dominik E. Froehlich

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Description

Analyzing Group Interactions in Research gives a comprehensive overview of the use of different methods for the analysis of group interactions. International experts from a range of different disciplines within the social sciences illustrate their step-by-step procedures of how they analyze interactions within groups and explain what kind of data and skills are needed to get started.

Each method is discussed in the same, structured manner, focusing on each method’s strengths and weaknesses, its applicability and requirements, and the precise workflow to "follow along" when analyzing group interactions with the respective method. The analyzing strategies covered in this book include ethnographical approaches, phenomenology, content analysis, documentary method, discourse analysis, grounded theory, social network analysis, quantitative ratings, and several triangulative and mixed-method research designs.

This volume is recommended for researchers at all levels that need guidance with the complex task of analyzing group interactions. The unified structure throughout the book facilitates comparison across the different methods and helps with deciding on the approach to be taken.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Analyzing Group Interactions Matthias Huber and Dominik E. Froehlich

Part I: Qualitative Analysis of Group Interactions

Chapter 2. Ethnographic Microanalysis Matthias Herrle

Chapter 3. Pedagogical-phenomenological Video Analysis Severin Sales Rödel

Chapter 4. Video-based Content Analysis Matthias Huber

Chapter 5. Documentary Method Julia Reischl and Thomas Plotz

Chapter 6. Discourse Analysis Michael Brandmayr

Chapter 7. Grounded Theory Andrea Schaffar

Part II: Mixed and Quantitative Analysis of Group Interactions

Chapter 8. Cross-sectional Social Network Analysis Mathias Mejeh

Chapter 9. The Combination of Critical Discourse Analysis and Social Network Analysis Suna Ryu

Chapter 10. Co-evolution Models of Longitudinally Measured Interactions Jasperina Brouwer and Dominik E. Froehlich

Chapter 11. Mixed Structural Group Interaction Analysis Dominik E. Froehlich and Femke van der Wilt

Chapter 12. Rating Conference Tina Hascher, Anja Winkler, and Noemi Casola

Chapter 13. Participate Mixed Methods Evaluation Claude Muller

Part III: Special Applications and Topics in Analyzing Group Interactions

Chapter 14. Photovoice Hannelore Reicher

Chapter 15. Ethnomethodological Reconstruction May Jehle

Chapter 16. Dialogical Ethnography Martina Cabra

Chapter 17. Combining the Documentary Method and the Narrative-structural Method Alexander Schmoelz

Chapter 18. Tavistock Observation Kathrin Trunkenpolz

Chapter 19. Mutual Affordances of Data Types and Analytical Approaches Man Ching Esther Chan and David Clarke

List of Contributors

About the Editors

Matthias Huber is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Teacher Education and at the Department of Education at the University of Vienna. His research focuses on education and emotion, educational trajectories, educational anthropology, school development and teacher education.

Dominik E. Froehlich is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Education and the Centre for Teaching Education at the University of Vienna. His research focuses on mixed methods, social network analysis, and learning in the workplace.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
PSY030000
PSYCHOLOGY / Research & Methodology
SOC024000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Research