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  1. “9 Elaborating the Analysis”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    On the part of the researcher, creative and solid data analysis requires astute questioning, a relentless search for answers, active observation, and accurate recall. It is a process of fitting data together, of making the invisible obvious, of linking ...

    Methods: Open coding , Coding , Interviews , Memos , Comparison , Grounded theory , Qualitative data analysis , Axial coding

  2. “7 Theoretical Sampling”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    The most productive scientists have not been satisfied with clearing up the immediate question but, having obtained some new knowledge, they make use of it to uncover something further and often of greater importance. (Beveridge, 1963, p. 144) ...

    Methods: Sampling , Theory , Grounded theory , Qualitative data analysis , Theoretical sampling

  3. “4 Strategies for Qualitative Data Analysis”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    The purpose of an exploratory investigation is to move toward a clearer understanding of how one's problem is to be posed, to learn what are the appropriate data, to develop ideas of what are significant lines of relation and to evolve one's conceptual ...

    Methods: Negative cases , Sensitising concepts , Quantitative data analysis , Comparison , Theory comparison , Language , Grounded theory , Personal experience , Theoretical sampling

  4. “12 Integrating Categories”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    What remained was sorrow, the immense sorrow, the sorrow of having survived. The sorrow of war. (Ninh, 1993, p. 192) Integration: The process of linking categories around a core category and refining and trimming the ...

    Methods: Research synthesis , Negative cases , Theory , Theory-building , Theory formation , Theorisation , Grounded theory , Theory from data , Qualitative data analysis , Theoretical saturation , Synthesis

  5. “2 Practical Considerations”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    You are desperate to communicate, to edify or entertain, to preserve moments of grace or joy or transcendence, to make real or imagined events come alive. But you cannot will this to happen. It is a matter of persistence and faith and hard work. So you ...

    Methods: Research questions , Theory , Qualitative data collection , Literature search , Sensitivity , Grounded theory , Qualitative research

  6. “5 Introduction to Context, Process, and Theoretical Integration”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    The relation of the event to its preceding conditions at once sets up a history, and the uniqueness of the event makes that history relative to that event…. All of the past is in the present as the conditioning nature of passage, and all the future aris...

    Methods: Theory , Theory-building , Theory formation , Theorisation , Grounded theory , Qualitative data analysis , Context

  7. “1 Introduction”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    If what is designated by such terms as doubt, belief, idea, conception, is to have any objective meaning, to say nothing of public verifiability, it must be located and described as behavior in which organism and environment act together, or inter -a...

    Methods: American pragmatism , Ontology , Concepts & philosophies , Pragmatism , Grounded theory , Qualitative research

  8. “10 Analyzing Data for Context”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    The U.S. debacle in Vietnam can be attributed primarily to the incorrect diagnosis of the reasons for the insurrection. The conflict was not as much pro-Communist as it was anti-Diem and later anti-Ky and anti-Thieu, all of whom failed to initiate and i...

    Methods: Memos , Grounded theory , Qualitative data analysis , Context

  9. “11 Bringing Process into the Analysis”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    The plane banked and headed out over the China Sea, toward Okinawa, toward freedom from death's embrace. None of us was a hero. We would not return to cheering crowds, parades, and the pealing off of great cathedral bells. We had done nothing more than ...

    Methods: Computer-assisted qualitative data analysis (CAQDAS) , Memos , Grounded theory , Qualitative data analysis

  10. “15 Student Questions and Answers”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    Artists and writers, however, may present the single case, ignore the scientific (and even the popular) literature, and be unconcerned with “truth” or “reality,” however that might be conceived. Researchers do not have such freedoms and cannot dodge the...

    Methods: Grounded theory , Qualitative research , Qualitative data analysis

  11. “3 Prelude to Analysis”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    In reading of scientific discoveries one is sometimes struck by the simple and apparently easy observations which have given rise to great and far-reaching discoveries making scientists famous. But in retrospect we see the discovery with its significanc...

    Methods: Interpretation , Concepts & philosophies , Analysis , Grounded theory , Qualitative data analysis , Qualitative research

  12. “6 Memos and Diagrams”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    To exercise maximum control over his experiences, the researcher requires an efficient system for recording them. Novices may think of note-taking and recording principally as devices that help with remembering and with the storage and retrieval of info...

    Methods: Data visualisation , Writing , Field notes , Memos , Grounded theory , Qualitative data analysis

  13. “8 Analyzing Data for Concepts”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    But my favorite way of developing concepts is in a continuous dialogue with empirical data. Since concepts are ways of summarizing data, it's important that they be adapted to the data you are going to summarize. (Becker, 1998, p. 109) ...

    Methods: Interviews , Computer-assisted qualitative data analysis (CAQDAS) , Memos , Concepts & philosophies , Grounded theory , Qualitative data analysis

  14. Journal Article

    "Notes on the Nature and Development of General Theories"

    Qualitative Inquiry (1995)

    There is a remarkable absence of discussion in sociology about the nature of (grounded) theories, how to generate them, and go about verifying them (witness the recent Handbook of Qualitative Research). Most theories are substantive. Differences...

    Methods: Theory , Concepts & philosophies , Grounded theory , Qualitative research

  15. Grounded theory

    Robert L. Miller & John D. Brewer

    The A-Z of Social Research (2003)

    Grounded theory is a set of fully integrated and practical steps aimed at guiding the research process to completion, the end product of which is the generation of theoretical statements about the data. The chief mark is that this theory is grounded in data and built up f...

    Methods: Coding , Grounded theory

  16. “Making Teams Work in Conducting Grounded Theory”

    Antony Bryant & Kathy Charmaz

    Found in: The SAGE Handbook of Grounded Theory

    (2007)

    Few people outside of the health field had heard of cardiac catheterization, magnetic resonance imaging, echocardiographs, and the like in 1977, when Anselm Strauss began a team project investigating the impact of medical technology on patient care. The team he cho...

    Methods: Grounded theory

  17. “General”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    To Anselm December 1916–September ...
  18. “Appendix A: Exercises for Chapter 4 and 6”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    Biography Study These interview notes represent just a few pages of a much longer interview, and are intended to accompany the activities presented at the end of Chapters 4 and 6. The study topic was “the biographical impact of a life-threatening cardiac event.” ...
  19. “Appendix B: Participant #1: Veteran's Study”

    Juliet Corbin & Anselm Strauss

    Found in: Basics of Qualitative Research (3rd ed.): Techniques and Procedures for Developing Grounded Theory

    (2008)

    R = Researcher P = Participant #1 Researcher: A.S. P: Basically, I come from a middle class family, very patriotic, God fearing and religious. We were a very loving family and continue to be. I have three brothers and one sister. May father is dead. M...
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