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Older People in Ageing Research - Making Observations
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10.00
84pp
ISBN 9781901097016
176 x 250mm
2007

Making Observations: The Potential of Observation Methods for Gerontology
edited by Andrew Clark

In describing how observational methods have been used in their research projects the authors draw out the pros and cons of employing observation to collect data.

The studies cover structured observation to conduct a comparative study of two residential care homes; using video to research communication and interaction amongst older people with dementia - practical, ethical and epistemological issues; theory and practice of observational research in the outdoor setting; and comparing data derived through observation alone and arising out of observation accompanied by discourse, in studies located at cemeteries.

No 6 The Representation of Older People in Ageing Research Series

A joint series from the Centre for Ageing and Biographical Studies at the Open University and the Centre for Policy on Ageing

 

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