Grounded theory is a qualitative method
used to identify the "main concerns of subjects and the behaviors they use to resolve their main concerns" (Artinian, 2009, p.
On the other hand, the few health professionals who concentrate on the qualitative method
are often criticized for the superficiality with which they address the social reality and for their inability to debate empirical data and apply theory in a consistent and in-depth manner.
RDT applies a detailed qualitative method
to help guide decision-making.
Considering the academic landscape of the last century, we could ask why future psychologists should be taught any qualitative method
There are just too many qualitative method
clusters and too many canonical issues to permit detailed matching of every method cluster to every canonical issue in an article of this length.
More than half of the dissertations used a predominantly qualitative method
, and less than one in seven used predominantly quantitative methods (Table 2).
The 2015 monitoring season will include benthic macroinvertebrate collections via the NCDWR Qual 4 method at six (6) sites and the NCDWR Standard Qualitative method
at two (2) sites.
In fairness to Gilgun, her primary concern is with one particular qualitative method
- grounded theory [Glaser & Strauss, 1967]).
This 17-chapter guide explains how to conduct nursing research using case studies as a qualitative method
to describe a person's experience, a disease process, an organization, or a group.
The report mainly uses the qualitative method
, with its primary information sources come from the following:
in Tourism Research: Theory and Practice
in Africana Studies: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Examining Africana Phenomena.