IBNA- Persian translation of 'Qualitative Research: A Guide to Design and Implementation' (2015), a book by American experts Sharan B. Merriam and Elizabeth J. Tisdell has been published.
The bestselling book which guides the reader to build a strong foundation in qualitative research theory and application has been translated into Persian by Ali-Reza Kiamanesh and Maryam Danaye Toos and published by Iranian Organization of Research and Composing Textbooks on Humanities (SAMT).
 
'Qualitative Research' is a guide to understanding, designing, conducting, and presenting a qualitative research study. This book features new material covering mixed methods, action research, arts-based research, online data sources, and the latest in data analysis, including data analysis software packages as well as narrative and poetic analysis strategies.
 
A new section offers multiple ways of presenting qualitative research findings. The reader-friendly, jargon-free style makes this book accessible to both novice and experienced researchers, emphasizing the role of a theoretical framework in designing a study while providing practical guidance.
 
Qualitative research reaches beyond the what, where, and when of quantitative analysis to investigate the why and how behind human behavior and the reasons that govern such behavior, but this presents a number of significant challenges. This guide is an invaluable reference for students and practitioners alike, providing the deep understanding that this sometimes difficult area of research requires to produce accurate results.
 
The book contains a step-by-step guide to analyzing qualitative data and an addendum for graduate students with a template for a thesis, dissertation, or grant application and helps to:
 
-Design and implement effective qualitative research studies
-Communicate findings more successfully with clear presentation
-Explore data sources, data analysis tools, and the different types of research
 
Sharan B. Merriam is professor emerita of adult education at the University of Georgia. She is the author, coauthor, or editor of more than fifteen books, including 'Adult Learning: Linking Theory and Practice' and 'Qualitative Research in Practice'.
 
Elizabeth J. Tisdell is professor of adult education and coordinator of the doctoral program in adult education at Penn State University Harrisburg.
 
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