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Theory and Concepts in Qualitative Research

David J. Flinders

Theory and Concepts in Qualitative Research

Perspectives from the Field

by David J. Flinders

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Published by Teachers College Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social research & statistics,
  • Teacher training,
  • Sociology,
  • Methodology,
  • Education,
  • Research,
  • Field work,
  • Social sciences

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsGeoffrey E. Mills (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7947291M
    ISBN 100807732893
    ISBN 109780807732892

    Qualitative inquiry’s seven major contributions to understanding the world are presented. Twelve primary strategic themes of qualitative inquiry illuminate the unique niche of qualitative inquiry in research and evaluation studies. Seven distinct, criteria-based frameworks for presenting and judging qualitative findings are provided. Qualitative research is a kind of research that rely on unstructured and non-numerical data may take the form of fieldnotes written by the researcher in the course of observation, interviews, audio or video recordings carried out by the researcher in natural settings or interviews, documents of various kinds (publicly available or personal; paper-based or electronic; already available.

    Table Quantitative Research versus Qualitative Research Test hypothesis that the researcher begins with Capture and discover meaning once the researcher becomes immersed in the data Concepts are in the form of distinct variables Concepts are in the form of themes, motifs, generalizations, and taxonomies. Qualitative research is designed to reveal the meaning that informs the action or outcomes that are typically measured by quantitative research. So qualitative researchers investigate meanings, interpretations, symbols, and the processes and relations of social : Ashley Crossman.

    Research can be undertaken in a variety of settings (the types of place where information is gathered), like in hospitals, homes, or other community settings. A site is the specific location for the research—it could be an entire community (e.g., a Haitian neighborhood in Miami) or an institution (e.g., a clinic in Seattle). Researchers sometimes do multisite studies because the use of. A B Publication ISBN:


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Flinders, Geoffrey E. Mills. very much the case with as some research projects are under-theorized, others carry theory beyond its proper limits. Sometimes the topic is so large and speculative that it is difficult to see how the student will ever get out of the 6 part oneTheory and Method in Qualitative Research Silverman-(3e)qxd 4/28/ PM Page 6.

value of “qualitative research” (or perhaps because of it), qualitative research is not a unified field of theory and practice. On the contrary, a plethora of viewpoints, some-times diametrically opposed to one another, exist on the subject.

Scholars regularly debate about what qualitative research is, how and why it should be conducted, how. Second, the generalization of the findings is another limitation of this study. This qualitative study, purely grounded in the phenomenology approach, intended to understand lived experiences.

Book Description. Qualitative Research: The Essential Guide to Theory and Practice provides a one-stop resource for all those approaching qualitative research for the first time, as well as those revisiting core concepts and issues.

It presents a comprehensive overview of this rapidly developing field of inquiry, cleverly combined with practical, hands-on advice on how to conduct a successful.

Qualitative Research: The Essential Guide to Theory and Practice is intended to be a one-stop resource for all those approaching qualitative research for the first time, as well as providing an overview of core concepts and issues for.

Qualitative research is an important alternative to quantitative research in psychology. It generally involves asking broader research questions, collecting more detailed data (e.g., interviews), and using nonstatistical analyses.

Many researchers conceptualize quantitative and qualitative research as complementary and advocate combining them. ‘Theory of qualitative data analysis’ can be interpreted in a number of ways. There has been a great deal written about using substantive theory – theories about the phenomena being investigated – in doing.

Grounded theory (GT) is a systematic methodology in the social sciences involving the construction of theories through methodical gathering and analysis of data. This research methodology uses inductive reasoning, in contrast to the hypothetico-deductive model of the scientific method.A study using grounded theory is likely to begin with a question, or even just with the collection of.

Basic Concepts for Qualitative Research is a highly accessible text which provides researchers with quick access to descriptions and explanations of the concepts and methods used in qualitative research. The book's entries are ordered alphabetically for quick and easy access to the information.

This book draws on a stellar list of leading qualitative researchers, each of whom is writing on their own specialized area in qualitative research, but doing so in a way that is clear and accessible to students and those new to the field of qualitative methods.

A Case Study of School Leadership and the Change Process Through the Lens of Bronfenbrenner’s Bioecological Theory of Human Development; A Critical Review on the Use of the Scenario Technique for Experimental Design: Challenges and Lessons Learned.

Theory and Concepts in Qualitative Research: A Theory of Methodology in a Study of Directed Change. Mills, Geoffrey E. The importance of theory in qualitative work is discussed through an examination of the search for theory that arose in relation to a case study of educational change in.

theory procedures, written in their book The Discovery of Grounded Theory (). Grounded theory is a type of qualitative research methodology that allows theory/theories code the data, make connections and see what theory/theories are generated or are built from the data.

A theory is a set of concepts that are integrated through a. Theory for the moral sciences: crisis of identity and purpose / Thomas A. Schwandt --The role of theory in qualitative program evaluation / Jennifer C. Greene --From practice to theory to practice: the roles of theory in research on standardized testing / Sandra Mathison --The quest for emergent meaning: a personal account / Stephen J.

Thornton. The three theories we have discussed so far in this paper are examples of the possible theories a qualitative researcher might use. Box 2 provides some further examples of other theories that have been used in qualitative research studies in domains related to medicine. Box 2 More examples of theories used in qualitative research.

Key terms and concepts for exam 1 in Qualitative Research Methods. Terms and concepts from the book, "Qualitative research methods. Collecting evidence, crafting analysis, communicating impact" by Sarah J. Tracy. In alphabetical order, separated by chapter: 1, 2, 3.

Integrating Theory and Practice. Author: Michael Quinn Patton; Publisher: SAGE Publications ISBN: Category: Social Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Drawing on more than 40 years of experience conducting applied social science research and program evaluation, author Michael Quinn Patton has crafted the most comprehensive and systematic book on qualitative.

The class concludes with a discussion about the levels of abstraction in qualitative analysis and, most specifically, the level of abstraction that common qualitative designs (qualitative content analysis, thematic analysis, cross-case analysis, analytic induction and grounded theory) set to achieve.

L.A. Condon, N.S. Coulson, in Behavior Change Research and Theory, Mixed-Methods Approach. Qualitative research methods can be useful in providing in-depth information to understand target behaviors.

Temporally they can be used either at a single data time-point (i.e., interviews/focus groups conducted only once with the target population to understand the target behavior at the start of.

Deductive qualitative analysis is a form of research that (1) begins with theory, (2) recommends reflexivity statements, (3) uses negative case analysis as part of its sampling plan, (4) allows choice in terms of how researchers do coding, (5) recommends group analysis of data, (6) organize findings by themes, hypotheses, or concepts, and (7.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Theory and concepts in qualitative research by David J.

Flinders, Geoffrey E. Mills,Teachers College Press edition, in EnglishAuthor: Geoffrey E. Mills. Abstract. This chapter provides an outline of key concepts in qualitative research design for healthcare simulation.

It explores three landmarks that provide orientation to researchers: (1) a defined purpose for the research; (2) an articulation of the researcher’s worldview; and (3) an overarching approach to research : Margaret Bearman.