Qualitative Methods in Sports Studies

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Index
acceptance, 89–96
management of, 90–6
Adelman, Melvin, 45
American Alliance for Health, Physical
Education Recreation, and Dance
(AAHPERD), 196
analysis and Interpretation, 50–7, 72, 81–2, 124–30, 152–6, 168–9
audit trail, 127
coding, 127–30
chunking, 128–9
data storage and management, 128
grounded theory, 129
initial, 129
mid-range, 129
possible starting points, 129–30
computer programs aiding, 81, 130
conceptual linkages, 129
credibility, 126–7, 155
crystallization, 83, 197
experiential, 72
for storied research, 168–9
framework for, 81–2
five stages of, 81–2
in production studies, 152–3
in reception studies, 153
in sport history, 50–1, 53–7
external and internal criticism, 53–4
in textual analysis, 153–4
legitimacy, 126
open coding, 152
participant checking, 125
articipant debriefing, 115
participant dialogue, 82
peer debriefing, 82, 127
personal position, 127
realist, 72
interpretive omnipotence, 153
researcher
acknowledgement of presence, 82
triangulation, 82–3, 125–6
articulation, 21, 24–7
and no necessary correspondence, 26
as a process, 27
as theory and method, 24
definition of, 26–7
Atkinson, Michael, 70
Atkinson, Paul, 75
autoethnography, 71–2, 78, 80
autonomy, 112, 114
protection of, 114
axiology, 5, 27
axiom, 146
Barbour, Karen, 177–8
Betts, John R., 44
Blumer, Herbert, 65
Brodribb, Somir, 186
ruce, Toni, 175–6
Cahn, Susan, 48
Canadian National Sport Organizations
(NSO), 107–8
case studies, 105
causality, 6
Center for Contemporary Cultural
Studies (CCCS), 69
civic consciousness, 72
commodities, 4
conformability, 7
contextual analysis, 21, 27–8, 33–4
“doing,” 27–8, 33–4
potential pitfalls 34

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