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The usefulness of qualitative and quantitative methods: studying incest in america

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Auteurs : Phelan Patricia
Organismes : Medical Anthropology Program University of California, San Francisco, États-Unis
Date de présentation : avril 1986
Etendue : 14 p.
Liens internet : Texte intégral du document

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Résumé d'auteur :

The purpose of this study is to illustrate how the combined use f qualitative and quantitative methods were necessary in obtaining within this society a cle.:rer understanding of incest. The paper opens with a report of studies carried out on natural father and stepfather incestuous families, and this opens up the issue of the appropriateness of both types of research methodologies. Differences found in the types of incest, and responses of families to treatment, illustrate findings that would not have been uncovered had either methodology been used to the exclusion of the other. The argument is made that the dichotomization of quantitative and qualitative techniques is both misleading and unnecessary. The methodological issues art rather ones of judgment about what will yield needed information in a given investigation. The paper also gives some attention to the related issue of which methodological approaches are appropriate when a fresh line of inquiry, is beginning in a field; and mention is made of an obvious issue that arises in dealing with incest--the handling of "sensitive " research problems.

Note :

Speeches/Conference Papers presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (67th, San Francisco, CA, April 16-20, 1986).

Mots clés SantéPsy :

Inceste, Méthodologie, Recherche, Étude de cohorte

Mots clés libres :

Méthode qualitative, Méthode quantitative

Détails

Genre : Conférence
Langue : anglais
Numéro de fiche : 640
Type de fiche : Rapport
Création : 03/06/2021
Dernière modification : 03/06/2021
Statut : Publié