Doing Research in Cultural Studies: An Introduction to Classical and New Methodological Approachesby Paula Saukko Sage Publications Ltd
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Key features of the book include:
- An innovative framework - combining different methodologies and approaches.
- A variety of `real-life' examples and case studies - enriches the book for the reader
- A set of practical exercises in each chapter - pedagogical and student-focused throughout.
The book has a flowing narrative and student-friendly structure which make it accessible to and popular with students, while the discussion of fresh approaches makes it also of interest to experienced researchers. It contains all the ingredients necessary to help the reader attain a solid grasp of analytical and practical challenges to doing effective research in cultural studies today.
Table of Contents:
PART ONE: THINKING METHODOLOGICALLY
Locating Cultural Studies and the Book
Combining Methodologies in Cultural Studies
PART TWO: STUDYING LIVED EXPERIENCE
Studying Lived Resistance
New Ethnography and Understanding the Other
Between Experience and Discourse
PART THREE: READING DISCOURSES
On Deconstruction and Beyond
PART FOUR: ANALYZING THE GLOBAL CONTEXT
Analysis of `Reality' and Space
Studying Multiple Sites and Scapes