What search terms did you use to locate this research study to analyze? What database did you use? What was your rationale for selecting this particular study to analyze over others identified in this search results? What is the full reference for the study?
Phenomenological interview limitations may appear due to the researcher’s lack of experience in conducting interviews (Downey, 2015); which may interfere with the researcher’s focus and intentionality (Ashworth, 2017). Limitations may occur with the relationship between the researcher and the interviewee, including power struggles which might affect trust and honest participant reflections (Boucher, 2017). Further, time limitations could impede upon a participants deliberation process during the interview process (Downey, 2015). If a researcher is to understand the essence of a phenomenon; a suspension of judgment is required during participant interviews (Ashworth, 2017). Additionally, the researcher will need to be extremely attentive to experience the study through the participants’ eyes (Kelley, 2016). Individuals may choose not to answer every question, which is acceptable; yet, missing data can also become a limitation to the study. However, if enough participants do not answer the same question, the question might need to be reframed or removed; additionally, secondary data, such as technical reports, white papers or additional publications might be necessary to validate the research question (Johnston, 2014).
What are some conclusions made by the authors about the application of this framework in this case? (1 points)
In accordance with the research topic, qualitative research method is selected to fulfil the deployment of semi-structured interviews with the participants who would have been identified from the study (Bryman & Bell, 2003). The author felt that,
Qualitative Research offers participants to be evaluated in depth along with open-ended questions that can be directed or generated in real time, as the conversation develops. Additionally, the direction of the research could be adjusted and revised as findings emerge. Selecting a qualitative research design would provide immense detail and provide an understanding of peoples experiences of the traumatic events. A qualitative approach would help establish patterns and change as well as assist in determining idiographic causation with the research interest. However, because the research would produce extensive data; interpretation, transcribing, and analysis would be time-consuming. Additionally, because of the open ended questions and the research being dependent on the researchers skills, participants as well as results may be influenced by research biases or researchers may influence the subjects responses. Likewise, the data collection would take an extended time, given the possible depth of each participants interview. Qualitative approaches additionally produce less generalizable results, and findings might not generalizable to people outside of the sample.
Power point slide Qualitative research is a difficult term to define…. Nevertheless, it is important to be familiar with some definitions in the field. The definition provided by Creswell 2009 is enlightening because it incorporates ……….. most important part of definition for me were reports detailed views of informants and natural setting.
In this qualitative phenomenological research, the researcher went to the building that the participants’ schools were located for participants’ convenience. The researcher followed a protocol of first conducting individual interviews with each of the ten participants. A semi-structured, conversational style of individual interviewing was adopted in order to explore the respondents’ stories which made interviewing multiple subjects more methodical (See Appendix A for Interview Protocol). According to Meehan, 20014),
Researchers who uses qualitative study for addressing a problem they are interested in are most often confronted with enormous background knowledge they could use to make their research more successful. (Flick, 2007)
Research methodology generally involves qualitative research or quantitative research, or a mixture of both. A quantitative research methodology involves the analysis of data collected from a large number of surveys or interviews. On the other hand, methodologies for qualitative research often involve using surveys or interviews to collect information about people — their attitudes, experiences and behaviors.
Shepard (2013) completed an ethnography qualitative study on the impacts of stress within those individuals who work in health care, harm reduction, and the human services field. The type of data collected within this study was primarily focused obtaining narratives from the participants. Shepard (2013) wanted to obtain the felt experiences of those who worked within the field of helping take care of others and seeing them through difficult times of their life. The data was mainly collected through interviews of friends and colleagues, as well as direct observation of those individual’s that were greatly impacted by stress to the point of self-destruction and premature
A lot of researchers have studied African American males in predominantly White institutions (PWIs). Sinanan (2012) published an interview-based qualitative study that explores African American male students’ social and academic experiences in a PWI in Southern New Jersey. The research aims to analyze African American men’s educational experience on campus. Sinanan (2012) points out that many African Americans have feelings of self-doubt, inadequacy, low self-esteem, and social isolation over 300 years, thus “surviving and thriving in a racially charged social environment has been an ongoing challenge for the African American community” (p. 2). In addition, another study defines this isolation as “racial tensions”, which is an internal tension
D: The client discussed interest in living in an Oxford house after his release from PWC ADC (6/19). The client stated that if he was released from PWC ADC today, he would not return or violate probation. The client discussed that being on probation is not an issue for him because he learned from his mistakes and is confident that he can remain sober long-term.
The article I chose to discuss is: Davis, H. A., & Bowman, S. L. (2015). Examining experiences of weight-related oppression in a bariatric sample: A qualitative exploration.
Death is something that we all have to deal with, be it in our profession or in our daily lives. This article discusses the reasons why caring for dying patients is stressful for nurses and is a high risk for burn out. The article also gives findings related to the study and gives recommendations based on the results. The study shows that education is needed for the nurses that care for the dying patient.
The study had the aim to investigate the side effects of SSRIs (Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor) medication including "fluoxetine (Prozac), paroxetine (Aropax/ Paxil), sertraline (Zoloft), citalopram (Celexa), escitalopram (Lexapro) and fluvoxamine (Luvox)" (p. 1389). The interpretative phenomenological analysis described women's experiences who coping with "sexual difficulties as desire, arousal, orgasm and pain", caused by consumption from the medication (p. 1390).