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Building on the success of the bestselling The SAGE Handbook of Grounded Theory (2007), this title provides a much-needed and up-to-date overview, integrating some revised and updated chapters with new ones exploring recent developments in grounded theory and research methods in general. The highly-acclaimed editors have once again brought together a team of leading academics from a wide range of disciplines, perspectives and countries. This is a method-defining resource for advanced students and researchers across the social sciences.



Part One: The Grounded Theory Method: 50 Years On

Part Two: Theories and Theorizing in Grounded Theory

Part Three: Grounded Theory in Practice

Part Four: Reflections on Using and Teaching Grounded Theory

Part Five: GTM and Qualitative Research Practice

Part Six: GT Researchers and Methods in Local and Global Worlds
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  • Hardback | 714 pages
  • 184 x 246 x 38.1mm | 1,410g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1473970954
  • 9781473970953

Table of contents

Senior Editor's Introduction - Antony Bryant
Editors' Overview - Antony Bryant & Kathy Charmaz
Part 1: The Grounded Theory Method: 50 Years On
Chapter 1: Situating Grounded Theory and SA in the History of Interpretive Qualitative Inquiry - Adele Clarke
Part 2: Theories and Theorizing in Grounded Theory
Chapter 2: The Pragmatism of Anselm L. Strauss: Linking Theory and Method - Joerg Strubing
Chapter 3: The Status of Theories and Models in Grounded Theory - Udo Kelle
Chapter 4: Grounded Theory's Best Kept Secret: The Ability to Build Theory - Cathy Urquhart
Chapter 5: Deductive Qualitative Analysis and Grounded Theory: Sensitizing Concepts and Hypothesis-Testing - Jane F. Gilgun
Part 3: Grounded Theory in Practice
Chapter 6: From Intuition to Reflexive Construction: Research Design and Triangulation in Grounded Theory Research - Uwe Flick
Chapter 7: The Nuances of Grounded Theory Sampling and the Pivotal Role of Theoretical Sampling - Janice M. Morse & Lauren Clark
Chapter 8: Coding for Grounded Theory - Linda Liska Belgrave & Kapriskie Seide
Chapter 9: Coding and Translating: Language as a Heuristic Apparatus - Massimiliano Tarozzi
Chapter 10: Literature Review in Grounded Theory - Robert Thornberg & Ciaran Dunne
Chapter 11: Using Popular and Academic Literature as Data for Formal Grounded Theory - Vivian Martin
Chapter 12: Rendering Analysis Through Storyline - Melanie Birks & Jane Mills
Chapter 13: Abduction: The Logic of Discovery of Grounded Theory - An updated review - Jo Reichertz
Chapter 14: Grounded Theory Analysis and CAQDAS: A Happy Pairing or Remodeling GT to QDA? - Susanne Friese
Chapter 15: Keep your Data Moving - Operationalisation of Abduction with Technology - Andrea Gorra
Chapter 16: Grounded Text Mining Approach: A Synergy between Grounded Theory and Text Mining - Mitsuyuki Inaba & Hisako Kakai
Chapter 17: Visual Images and Grounded Theory Methodology - Krzysztof Konecki
Chapter 18: Grounded Theory Methods in the Context of Masculinity and Violence - Katherine Irwin
Chapter 19: Using Constructivist Grounded Theory Methodology: Studying Suffering and Healing as a Case Example - Kumar Ravi Priya
Part 4: Reflections on Using and Teaching Grounded Theory
Chapter 20: Teaching and Learning Grounded Theory Methodology: The Seminar Approach - Judith Holton
Chapter 21: Grounded Description - Barney Glaser
Part 5: GTM and Qualitative Research Practice
Chapter 22: Grounded Theory and the Politics of Interpretation, Redux - Norman K. Denzin
Chapter 23: Grounded Theory Methodology and Self-Reflexivity in the Qualitative Research Process - Katja Mruck & Gunther Mey
Chapter 24: Using a Feminist Grounded Theory Approach in Mixed Methods Research - Sharlene Hesse-Biber & Hilary Flowers
Chapter 25: Mixed Grounded Theory: Merging Grounded Theory with Mixed Methods and Multimethod Research - R. Burke Johnson & Isabelle Walsh
Chapter 26: Abductive Analysis and Grounded Theory - Iddo Tavory & Stefan Timmermans
Chapter 27: Grounded Theory and Empirical Ethics - Stacy M. Carter
Chapter 28: Critical Grounded Theory - Gregory Hadley
Part 6: GT Researchers and Methods in Local and Global Worlds
Chapter 29: The Implications of Internationalisation for Teaching, Learning and Practising Grounded Theory - Joanna Crossman & Hiroko Norma
Chapter 30: Grounded Theory as Systems Science: Working with Indigenous Nations for Social Justice - Roxanne Bainbridge, Janya McCalman, Michelle Redman-MacLaren, & Mary Whiteside
Chapter 31: Community-Based Participatory Research and Constructivist Grounded Theory: Aligning Transformative Research with Local Ways of Being and Knowing - Joyce M. Duckles, George Moses, & Robert Moses
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Review quote

I remember seminars with Anselm Strauss, when he listened patiently to my work in progress and quietly remarked, "That's very nice, but it's all description." We were fortunate that he taught us the difference. Theory-building is difficult, and the more time that passes since those Glaser and Strauss days, the more we are deluged with descriptive work calling itself grounded theory. This book like its original Handbook companion is a powerful corrective.


In this volume, we are returned to the era when the method was first described, reminded of the elegant and radical proposition that grounded theory represented, and then exposed to the many cultural, situational, and professional influences on its subsequent manifestations. The authors reclaim the rich capacity of this method to build theory and have it be grounded. The many pathways to that result are effectively situated by authors who themselves contributed to grounded theory's innovation and interpretation.


Clarke's Chapter 1 is a tour de force, providing a perfect setup for the narrower foci of the subsequent chapters. From the lofty concerns of epistemology to the practical challenges of coding, readers are given generous and deeply knowledgeable guides. Authors bring a variety of viewpoints, but all are concerned with the original purposes of the grounded theory method. It is gratifying to know that current and future students of grounded theory have this handbook to help them recognize credible grounded theory and discover it for themselves. -- Margaret Kearney The original Handbook of Grounded Theory by Bryant and Charmaz continues to be one of the most valuable resources in the field. Now, the editors envision this new book as "an extension and companion... rather than an updated version of its predecessor," and it definitely succeeds at that goal. With a strong mix of new and revised chapters, it will undoubtedly be every bit as useful as the earlier volume. -- David L. Morgan
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About Antony Bryant

Antony Bryant is currently Professor of Informatics at Leeds Beckett University, Leeds, UK.



He has written and taught extensively on research methods, with a particular interest in qualitative research methods, and the Grounded Theory Method in particular. His book Grounded Theory and Grounded Theorizing: Pragmatism in Research Practice was recently published by Oxford University Press (2017). He is Senior Editor of The SAGE Handbook of Grounded Theory (SAGE, 2007) and The Sage Handbook of Current Developments in Grounded Theory - both co-edited with Kathy Charmaz (SAGE, 2019).



He has supervised over 50 doctoral students, and examined many others, in topics including formal specification of software systems, development of quality and maturity frameworks, new forms of business modelling, and various aspects of e-government and e-democracy.


He is currently working with Professor Frank Land, who worked on the first commercial computer (LEO 1951), and was also the first UK Professor of Information Systems, on a series of `conversations' planned for publication that will cover issues in the development and impact of computer technology since the 1950s.

Kathy Charmaz is Professor Emerita of sociology and the former director of the Faculty Writing Program at Sonoma State University. She joined the first cohort of doctoral students at the University of California, San Francisco, where she studied with Anselm Strauss. She writes in the areas of social psychology, medical sociology, qualitative methods, and grounded theory and has written, coauthored, or coedited 14 books, including two award-winning works: Good Days, Bad Days; The Self in Illness and Time, and Constructing Grounded Theory. She received the George Herbert Mead award for lifetime achievement from the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, the Leo G. Reeder award for distinguished contributions from the Medical Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association and the Lifetime Achievement award from the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. Professor Charmaz gives workshops on qualitative methods, grounded theory, symbolic interactionism, and scholarly writing around the globe.
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