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A Celebration of Qualitative Research: A Festschrift for Dr. Barbara Burnaby By Keiko Kuji-Shikatani, Miya Narushima
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This is a collection of qualitative studies done by former graduate students from the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto. All received their training in... More > qualitative research methods from Dr. Barbara Burnaby, a former faculty in Adult Education Department and the Modern Language Centre at the OISE. Some of the authors are teachers/researchers in universities and community colleges, some work independently as research and evaluation specialists, and some are counselors assisting immigrant settlement. The book aims to showcase various types of qualitative approaches applied to diverse topics in multiple fields. We hope it will serve as an introduction to the qualitative world for graduate students and researcher-practitioners interested in incorporating qualitative research into their professional work.< Less
Qualitative data analysis By Tilahun Nigatu
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A document to help you in designing and implementing qualitative research
Qualitative Content Analysiss By Philipp Mayring
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The central idea of Qualitative Content Analysis is to start from the methodological basis of Quantitative Content Analysis (cf. chapter 3.1) but to conceptualize the process of assigning categories... More > to text passages as a qualitative-interpretive act, following content-analytical rules (will be further explained in chapter 4 and 6). In this respect, the Qualitative Content Analysis is a mixed methods approach: assignment of categories to text as qualitative step, working through many text passages and analysis of frequencies of categories as quantitative step. we formulate strict content-analytical rules for the whole process and for the specific steps of analysis. In this respect, our approach is dedicated to the common research criteria approach formulated above. Even if qualitatively oriented studies often work with small samples, with single case studies, they have to describe and give arguments for the sample size and sampling strategy.< Less
Qualitative Content Analysiss By Philipp Mayring
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The central idea of Qualitative Content Analysis is to start from the methodological basis of Quantitative Content Analysis (cf. chapter 3.1) but to conceptualize the process of assigning categories... More > to text passages as a qualitative-interpretive act, following content-analytical rules (will be further explained in chapter 4 and 6). In this respect, the Qualitative Content Analysis is a mixed methods approach: assignment of categories to text as qualitative step, working through many text passages and analysis of frequencies of categories as quantitative step. we formulate strict content-analytical rules for the whole process and for the specific steps of analysis. In this respect, our approach is dedicated to the common research criteria approach formulated above. Even if qualitatively oriented studies often work with small samples, with single case studies, they have to describe and give arguments for the sample size and sampling strategy< Less
Dr. Mac! Dissertation Mentoring Handbook: Book 2- Strategies For Qualitative Research By Macharia Waruingi
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Book 2 is the dissertation mentoring handbook for QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
Dr. Mac! Dissertation Mentoring Handbook: Book 2- Strategies for Qualitative Research By Macharia Waruingi, MD, DHA
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The Integration of Concepts and Reflection in Qualitative Research: Insight from a Study on Telework By Dr. Robert A. Lewis
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This book provides practical insight for anyone interested in reading about how to use conceptual frameworks (called conceptual territories in the book) for research. It is based on the... More > author’s experiences during the development and write-up of his doctoral thesis. It includes easy-to-understand examples with supporting discussions to demystify how to integrate concepts and reflection into a research project. It is useful for anyone doing research (at any level) using qualitative approaches and for people interested in learning about the development of conceptual elements of a doctoral study.< Less
DISCOURSE SIX: AN ESSAYON QUALITATIVE RESEARCH TECHNIQUES IN LEADERSHIP STUDIES By Yannique Thomas
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In this paper I attempt to compare and contrast the types of qualitative research methodologies that have been used to conduct studies on leadership; examine and discuss the issues of sampling,... More > validity, and bias within this context; and analyze and evaluate the practicality and effectiveness of case study research. Proceeds Go To “It’s Achievable Foundation”, A Non-Profit Founded To Stop Juvenile And Adult Illiteracy.< Less
DISCOURSE SIX: AN ESSAYON QUALITATIVE RESEARCH TECHNIQUES IN LEADERSHIP STUDIES By Yannique Thomas
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In this paper I attempt to compare and contrast the types of qualitative research methodologies that have been used to conduct studies on leadership; examine and discuss the issues of sampling,... More > validity, and bias within this context; and analyze and evaluate the practicality and effectiveness of case study research. Proceeds Go To “It’s Achievable Foundation”, A Non-Profit Founded To Stop Juvenile And Adult Illiteracy.< Less
Understanding and measuring outcomes: the role of qualitative data By Emma Miller, Ellen Daly
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This guide has been developed to support the collection and use of personal outcomes data. Personal outcomes data refers to information gathered from people supported by health and social services... More > and their unpaid carers about what's important to them in their lives and the ways in which they would like to be supported. The guide is divided into three parts. Part 1 explores the links between an outcomes approach and qualitative data, why qualitative data is important and what it can achieve Part 2 outlines a practical approach exploring collecting, recording, analysing and reporting qualitative data about personal outcomes Part 3 highlights different approaches to qualitative analysis through case studies of people using qualitative data about outcomes for the first time. The report has been produced by IRISS (Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services) and is part of the Leading for outcomes series. For further information visit www.iriss.org.uk.< Less