Qualitative Research (in Emergency Management) EM864
Week 8 Documents as Data Sources
Document Examination and Analysis
- Merriam, Chapter 7 Mining Data from Documents
- Childs, Merilyn “Not through Women’s Eyes: Photo-essays and the Construction of a Gendered Tsunami Disaster” Disaster Prevention and Management 15 (1, 2006) 202-212.
- Gephart, Robert P, Jr. “The Textual Approach: Risk and Blame in Disaster Sensemaking” The Academy of Management Journal 36 (6, December 1993) 1465-1514.
- Insch, Gary S.; Moore, Jo Ellen; Murphy, Lisa D.; “Content Analysis in Leadership Research: Examples, Procedures, and Suggestions for Future Use” Leadership Quarterly 8 (1, 1997) 1-25.
- Mitchell, Jerry T.; Thomas, Deborah S. K.; Hill, Arleen A.; Cutter, Susan L.; “Catastrophe in Reel Life versus Real Life: Perpetuating Disaster Myth through Hollywood Films” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 18 (3, November 2000) 383-402.
- Wang, Caroline C.; Morrel-Samuels, Susan, Hutchinson, Peter M.; Bell, Lee; Pestronk, Robert M.; “Flint Photovoice: Community Building among Youths, Adults, and Policymakers” American Journal of Public Health 94 (6, June 2004) 911-913. http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=1448361
- Drabek, Thomas E.; McEntire, David A. “Emergent Phenomena and the Sociology of Disaster: Lessons, Trends and Opportunities from the Research Literature” Disaster Prevention and Management 12 (2, 2003) 97-112.
- Scanlon, Joseph; “Research about the Mass Media and Disaster: Never (Well Hardly Ever) the Twain Shall Meet” 75-94 in McEntire, David A. Disciplines, Disasters and Emergency Management: The Convergence and Divergence of Concepts, Issues and Trends from the Research Literature Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 2007 http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/edu/docs/EMT/ScanlonJournalism.pdf