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タイトル: The Methodological Application of Modern Historical Science to Qualitative Research
著者: Iwasaki, Yoko
岩﨑, 葉子
キーワード: Qualitative research
Economics
Historical science
Field-work
Iran
Research and investigation
質的研究
経済学
歴史学
フィールドワーク
イラン
Issue Date: Mar-2008
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 143. 2008.3
抄録: Since the middle of the twentieth century criticism towards quantitative research tools in social sciences has gradually led to attempts to find a new methodology, called 'qualitative research'. At the same time, qualitative research has called for a reconsideration of the usefulness of many of the beneficial tools and methodologies that were discarded during the move to research based on the employment of quantitative research tools. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the essential elements of the qualitative research approach, and then argue for the possibility of introducing the old-established methodology of historical science into qualitative research, in order to raise the accuracy of the qualitative data.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/732
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