Group Document Analysis

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Group Document Analysis Memo The following memo was developed through deep reflection on the necessary decisions which lead to determine what possible areas of knowledge would be of importance to be analyzed, and the diverse methods and instruments that supported the understanding of the phenomena observed in the areas to be further discussed. In this vein, as a group, we decided to select articles that discuss the Ethics of Care Theory as a paradigm for nursing education. The reasons of our choice were, first due to a general knowledge about Ethics of Care Theory and its relationship with education; and second, the field of nursing provided a neutral arena for our discussions. None of us is related to nursing or any health-related educational…show more content…
Thus, the grounded theory study conducted semi-structured interviews. These interviews included broad questions, and questions generated by theoretical sensitivity, which is commonly related to grounded theory studies. In the case study, the data collection was performed through semi-structured interviews as well. The data collection in the phenomenological study was framed in Heidegger phenomenology because it allowed the researcher to have more interaction and involvement with the participants of this study. The discussion of the data collection for the authoethnography is clearly different from the aforementioned approaches. In this case, the author presented a narrative of a series of discussions and self-reflective points that the author maintained with his own family about end-of-life making-decisions and their relationship with ethics of…show more content…
In the case study, the data analysis was performed following theoretical considerations proper of the educational theory of ethics of care. The phenomenological study used the seven stages of data analysis developed by Clair Drauker (1999), in which, the sequenced steps could generate data and after being transformed into
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