BUNDLE: SAGE Biographical Research/SAGE Visual Methods/SAGE Internet Research Methods/SAGE Secondary Data Analysis: (MW Bundle)

BUNDLE: SAGE Biographical Research/SAGE Visual Methods/SAGE Internet Research Methods/SAGE Secondary Data Analysis: (MW Bundle)

By: Jason Hughes (editor), John Goodwin (editor)Hardback

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John Goodwin is a Reader in Sociology at the University of Leicester. As a sociologist, his principal research interests include the broad areas of the sociology of work, (especially education to work transitions and gender and work), social science research methods (life histories, work narratives, auto/biography, the re-use of qualitative and archival data) and the history of sociology. He has expertise in using biographical methods and has used narrative interviews and epistolary analysis in his research on Norbert Elias, Ilya Neustadt and his restudy of Elias's Adjustment of Young Workers to Adult Roles project. He is currently an editorial board member of the Journal of Youth Studies, Education and Training, and the European Journal of Industrial Training. Jason Hughes is a Senior Lecturer in sociology, at the University of Leicester. His first book, Learning to Smoke (University of Chicago Press, 2003) was the winner of the 2006 Norbert Elias prize. More recently, he has published on such topics as emotional intelligence, emotional labour, communities of practice, 'dirty work', moral panics, and 'figurational' sociology. He has recently completed, together with Eric Dunning, University of Leicester, a major study of the work of Norbert Elias Norbert Elias: Interdependence, Knowledge, Power, Process (Bloomsbury, 2012). His research interests relate to four central, overlapping, areas: organizational/industrial sociology; the sociology of emotions; the sociology of the body and health; and sociological theory. He has previously published on the topic of Internet research methods, and has more than 15 years experience of teaching and researching online.

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  • ISBN13: 9781446257296
  • Format: Hardback
  • ID: 9781446257296
  • ISBN10: 1446257290

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