Grounded theory

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  • Is Grounded Theory A Theoretical Model?

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    In qualitative research, constant comparisons between the perspectives of researchers and their participants are sometimes used to develop grounded theories about the experiences, influential conditions, and outcomes of behavior related to a specific phenomenon. Grounded theory is a “qualitative method of research used to systematically collect and analyze data, with which to construct a theoretical model” (Morrow & Smith, 1995, p. 24). The process primarily involves interviewing participants

  • Application Of Constructivist Grounded Theory

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    Following the underpinning philosophical perspectives mentioned earlier, the researcher decided to choose qualitative research method, as theories are developed by people involving their routines daily (Flick, 2009). This is very much related to the view of social constructionism view for the research. In order to ensure the research to become rigorous and to achieve the comprehensible objective, qualitative method will be a practical way of conducting research (Tracy, 2010). Studying entrepreneurship

  • Differences Between Grounded Theory And Narrative Analysis

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    Grounded theory Is a qualitative approach which calls for simultaneous data collection and analysis to generate a theory during the research process. A theory emerges inductively through the systematic data collection and analysis pertaining to a given phenomenon (Strauss & Corbin, 1990). This has two fundamental characteristics which include: theoretical sampling and constant comparative analysis. A grounded theory is generated by themes which emerge from the data during analysis, capturing the

  • What Is Grounded Theory ( Glaser And Strauss )

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    1. Method We use a single case study methodology to focus on a failed IS project implementation. The study uses grounded theory (Glaser and Strauss 1967; c.f., Charmaz 2013; c.f., Corbin and Strauss 2015) in its focus on principles of emergence by which systematic generation and conceptualization of data provides meaning and relevance to concepts (Glaser and Strauss 1967). In accordance with the recommendations of engaged scholarship by Van de Ven (2007), the project began with the identification

  • A Grounded Theory Approach Into The Development Of Career Goals

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    A grounded theory approach into the development of career goals during childhood to adulthood ABSTRACT The study aimed to investigate whether career goals changed during childhood to adulthood, and what influences an individual to change their career goals. The study employed a grounded theory approach to analyse the three participants career goals. Two participants, age 20 and 21, attended the University of Westminster. The third participant was a 20-year-old, employed at ASOS. All three participants

  • Grounded Theory Of The Theory

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    grounded theory of 1967 and this development and testing of theory involved in grounded theory will make it difficult to be classified as ordinary inductive based on the fact that theory not necessarily meant to be tested in purely inductive research. Another point is the fact that classic grounded theory originally is expected to commence without theory make it fundamentally different from case study strategy. This is a point of argument between the two originators of the theory Glaser and Strauss

  • Grounded Theory And The Constructivist Theory

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    Research Design This research will be conducted using grounded theory methods and is intended to be anchored in the constructivist epistemology. Grounded theory, an inductive qualitative research method, was chosen for this study because, while many ideas may exist concerning how poor, working class clients’ experiences of counseling may affect their perspectives of and style of participation in individual counseling, specific factors have not been identified from existing research. Hence it seems

  • Children With Special Health Care

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    The faces of adolescents with special health care needs who once would not have survived past childhood, paints a vivid picture of the vast medical advances society has made. In fact, as many as 15% of youth in North America have chronic conditions that negatively impact their health (Kaufman & Pinzon, 2007). With these increasing survival rates into adulthood, the healthcare system is facing a new set of challenges in transitioning youth with special health care needs into the adult healthcare system

  • Qualitative Research Appraisal

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    For example, a grounded theory study by Spinewine, Swine, Dhillon, Franklin, Tulkens, Wilmotte & Lorant (2005), was conducted to uncover appropriateness of use of medicines in elderly inpatients. The researchers found that nursing staff, pharmacists and geriatricians agreed that prescribing of medications and counselling of patients was insufficient and the data that was shared with the medical officer upon discharge was not adequate. Grounded theory focuses on a group, not individuals

  • Facilitating Career Planning for African American Women in Organizational Leadership

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    Most nonprofit agencies follow the same management structure. The structure normally consists of a vertical hierarchal structure with the chief executive manager at the helm, and divisional leaders rounding out the strategic leadership team. Since 9/11, then government shutdowns, multiple wars, natural disasters, and the government sequester, the challenge to most nonprofits is to compete for every available charitable dollar. Chief Executive Officers (CEO) of nonprofits must not only be skillful