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  1. Hello everyone, For the kick off I would like to share an article from Nicole M. Deterding and Mary C. Waters published in Sociological Methods and Research. Title : Flexible Coding of In-depth Interviews: A Twenty-first-century Approach DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0049124118799377 In their study Deterding & Waters argue that common practices of interview studies deviate from grounded theory framework in various ways. Based on their analysis on published articles, they suggests ways to improve research quality via outlining steps in data organization and analysis to ef
  2. Hello In my PhD project I use a constructionist approach to Grounded Theory (Charmaz 2006, 2014). In the second stage of the coding, I am performing focused coding where the most significant and/or most analytical interesting initial codes are choosed. In focused coding, I merge some of the initial codes into new, more analytical codes. How do I best create such focused codes in Nvivo 10? Nvivo 9 had the opportunity of creating tree nodes?. However, I can't find this option in Nvivo 10. I think I could create new nodes as focused codes, and then move the initial codes into these "super
  3. I may be displaying my ignorance here, but is it possible to link early codes that drive the formation of a model directly to a nascent model to enable follow up at a later stage? Searching the fora has not been successful in clarifying this. Please pardon my naivety if this is a silly question. Mathew Australia
  4. Good morning, I'm undertaking a grounded theory project using NVivo 10 with detailed participant interviews at the base. If a participant choose to withdraw once I have commenced analysis, am I able to scrub all relevant data from my NVivo project? I'm under the impression this may be difficult to do, and am confused as to how I might word this in my Participant Information Form and Participant Withdrawal Form in a manner comprehensible to the general public. Any advice greatly appreciated. Mathew Perth
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