Office Hours with Dr. Guy - Episode 11: Best Books, Data Sets, Family

What’s up in this episode?

1:35 – “What books do you recommend for qualitative research methods?”
4:56 – “What do you think about using public data sets for research?”
6:50 – “How do you deal with spending less time with family when writing a dissertation?”

Links mentioned in this episode:

My site
http://www.theDissertationMentor.com

Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design: Choosing Among Five Approaches
by John W. Creswell
Link: http://amzn.com/1412995302

The Art of Case Study Research
by Robert E. Stake
Link: http://amzn.com/080395767X

Narrative Methods for the Human Sciences
by Catherine Kohler Riessman
Link: http://amzn.com/0761929983


Phenomenological Research Methods
by Clark Moustakas
Link: http://amzn.com/0803957998


Ethnography: Step-by-Step (Applied Social Research Methods)
by David M. Fetterman
Link: http://amzn.com/1412950457

 

This is an experiment based upon the feedback I’ve received from my long-time subscribers and clients. In “Office Hours with Dr. Guy” I’m taking your questions and answering them in these short videos. There are lots of videos out there about how to write a dissertation. I’ve made some of the most trafficked videos regarding the dissertation on the web! This video is for people that want to more regularly engage with the dissertation in a shorter form of video. Hope you like. If you keep sending questions in the comments, I’ll keep making this show.

Bio:

Guy E. White, Ed.D. is the founder of The Dissertation Mentor® and has helped doctoral candidates from around the globe to finish their dissertations. His step-by-step, break-it-down style has made him greatly sought after for guidance on the web and beyond.

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