Glaser and Strauss (1967) do not prescribe how to conduct research using the grounded theory
method in their seminal work.
In this issue, Kerr (2013) reports on a study in which she used grounded theory
to examine medical-surgical clinical nurses' decision making about charting by exception.
research: procedures, canons, and evaluative criteria.
Using the applied thematic analysis and the constant comparative approach based on grounded theory
resulted in five themes in the area of issues and four themes in the area of resolutions.
The aim of this paper is to describe the Constructivist Grounded Theory
approach as described by Charmaz (2006) which was used as part of a PhD study to investigate the process of therapeutic engagement and professional boundary maintenance by mental health nurses.
Asi nos lo demuestran varios autores, entre los mas relevantes Charmaz (2006), Emerson (1983), Katz (1983), Goetz y Le Compte (1988) y principalmente Glaser y Strauss (1967), autores de la Grounded Theory
(Teoria Fundamentada-Teoria Anclada), llegan a la investigacion cualitativa a traves de la denominada "tecnica inductiva", de gran utilidad para generar teoria y llegar a hipotesis a traves de casos iniciales.
analysis of the observational data produced a description of dynamics around the infant, varying from experiences of emotional connectedness and containment (Matrix), to those of confusion, pressure and fragmentation (Tornado), dissociation (Machine) and drift or provisionality (Limbo).
Because of all these problems, the current paper rationalises the use of grounded theory
(GT) as an alternative socio-technical approach for requirement analysis.
This article reviews the results of a qualitative grounded theory
dissertation study that examined how practitioners in an alternative and correctional education setting identified students with emotional and behavioral difficulties for special education services, given the criteria for ED.
In this section, we present six qualitative research traditions: grounded theory
, phenomenology, consensual qualitative research (CQR), ethnography, narratology, and participatory action research (PAR).
Among the topics are new mediations in clinical relationships, studying health policy in a comparative perspective, what grounded theory
is and where it comes from, qualitative interviewing techniques and styles, making sense of personal illness journeys with autoethnography, practical research ethics, and the challenges and opportunities of qualitative health research with children.
A critique of the three most commonly used qualitative research approaches of phenomenology, ethnography and Grounded Theory
are provided as examples that may be used.