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Evidence #5

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qualitative research methods ethnograpy; grounded; phenomenology; hermeneutics.
ethnography living in the culture/observation. field notes. researcher immerses themselves in the culture. examines through observing a phenomena. takes a good period of time to establish, collect data, and analyze.
grounded theory movement through life - theory comes forth from the data/stages/phases - basic social process. researcher tapes interviews. evaluates for reoccurring concepts. looks for stages and phases. Movement: A-->B-->C.
phenomenology lived experience - researcher must bracket their thoughts - introspection (what bias could they have). interviews taped and transcribes. codes interview for common themes. ends with understanding o participants "lived experience"
hermeneutics examines the "meaning of words" used by people in describing their lived experience - their interpretation of the event of interest.
sample selection types purposeful - theoretical; volunteer; saturation individual interview; field notes; focus group; individual.
data how were interview and analysis of data conducted? moms of how data was analyzed. Lincoln and Gubba Criteria
Lincoln and Gubba Criteria credibility, dependability, transferability, confirmability
Created by: malysab14