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Qualitative GIS: A Mixed Methods Approach Subject: Geographic Information Systems, Research Methods for Earth & Environmental Science.
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A significant part of this rebut- a counter-intuitive, yet bona fide qualitative research tal targets the well-known critiques of GIS from the method. The volume achieves a fine balance between mids, which depicted GIS as being rooted in brevity and detail, and it can therefore serve as an positivism and therefore mostly, if not exclusively, excellent introduction to the pursuit of qualGIS for suited for quantitative spatial techniques which lend advanced undergraduate and graduate courses on themselves to such a perspective.

Each author aims qualitative research methods or anthropological GIS.

Qualitative GIS: A Mixed Methods Approach

Elwood shows how ologies such as ethnography. The remaining eight chapters which render these perspectives invisible. Although are structured into three sections: 1 representa- her research takes place in an urban setting, Elwood tions, 2 analytical interventions and innovations, emphasizes the representational flexibility of the and 3 conceptual engagements.

Ac- the discussion on the synergy between community cording to the authors, mixed methods approaches mapping and qualGIS.

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Their focus is on the global are rooted in several assumptions about knowledge South and the possibilities of using GIS to represent production being a partial, situated, epistemologically local knowledge s. They raise important questions diverse, and inherently political pursuit.

Such assump- about how to visualize multiple perspectives in com- tions are widely shared in other qualitative fields, and munities, and helpfully describe the complexities showing how qualGIS is consistent with them is one of involved in a participatory mapping exercise under- the central concerns of the book. The second chapter by taken by the Ogiek indigenous people in the Mau Pavlovskaya challenges the idea that GIS is principally forest of Kenya.

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In this exercise, the Ogiek presented quantitative by emphasizing that only a modest share their spatial memories through a georeferenced three- of GIS work actually involves genuinely quantitative dimensional model, involving of much negotiation spatial analysis. She argues that GIS is well suited for among members of different clans p. Jung describes as the site where GIS knowledge producers share rich, a technique of incorporating data-rich images and interpretive data that explicitly reveal the biases that accompanying qualitative attributes directly into undergird the production of spatial knowledge.

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In both cases, the about the use of GIS, even if some of the concrete authors attempt to break out of the parameters of a examples felt dated. However, with scholars thinking imaginatively about ways to liber- the recent move to open-source software and web- ate GIS from the strictly quantitative role to which based mapping in the GIS community, I wondered it was consigned in the s.

Boschmann, Eric E. The authors discuss several maps of lesbian Using Cartographies of Individual perceptions and lived experiences of queer space in Spatial Narratives in Geographic Philadelphia. Wilson situates qualGIS historically Research. The Professional Geographer.

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