1. Background: Approaches and philosophies of grounded theory 2. Doing grounded theory: Key components, process, and elements 3. Getting in: Data collection in grounded theory 4. Grounded theory coding: Ways and versions 5. Going ahead: Recent developments in data analysis 6. Going beyond: Theoretical sampling, sorting, and saturation 7. Output: Writing and quality in grounded theory 8. Advancing: Research design in grounded theory 9. Becoming systematic: Triangulation in grounded theory 10. Rounding Up: Doing perspectivist grounded theory
Uwe Flick is a professor of qualitative research at Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany. He is a psychologist and sociologist and holds a PhD from Freie Universitat Berlin. He has been professor at Alice Salomon University (Berlin) and at University of Vienna, Austria. His main research interests include qualitative methods, access to labor market for refugees and after migration, social representations of health, vulnerability, youth homelessness, and technological change in everyday life. He edited The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Analysis (SAGE, 2014), The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection (SAGE, 2018), The SAGE Qualitative Research Kit (2nd ed. SAGE, 2018). He is the author of Introducing Research Methodology: A Beginner's Guide to Doing a Research Project (2nd ed., SAGE, 2015), Designing Qualitative Research (2nd ed., SAGE, 2018), Doing Grounded Theory (SAGE, 2018), Doing Triangulation and Mixed Methods (SAGE, 2018), and, most recently, of An Introduction to Qualitative Research (6th ed., SAGE, 2018).