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The coding cycles Coding decisions are based on the methodological needs of the study. Depending on the qualitative coding method s you employ, the choice may have numerical conversion and transformation possibilities for basic descriptive statistics for mixed method studies.
First Cycle Coding 1. Grammatical Methods include attribute coding essential information about the data and demographic characteristics of the participants for future management and reference magnitude coding applies alphanumeric or symbolic codes to data, to describe their variable characteristics such as intensity or frequency, example, Strongly STR Moderately MOD No opinions NO.
Elemental methods are primary approaches to data analysis. In Vivo Coding refers to coding with a word or short phrase from the actual language found in the qualitative data record. Initial Coding is breaking down qualitative data into discrete parts, closely examining them, Qualitative paradigm comparing them for similarities and differences.
Affective methods investigate subjective qualities of human experience eg emotions, values, conflicts, judgements by directly acknowledging and naming those experiences.
Versus Coding acknowledges that humans are frequently in conflict, and the codes identify which individuals, groups, or systems are struggling for power.
Evaluation Coding focuses on how we can analyse data that judge the merit and worth of programs and policies. Literary and Language Methods are a contemporary approach to the analysis of Oral communication.
They include Dramaturgical Coding, Motif Coding, Narrative coding and Verbal Exchange Coding, and all explore underlying sociological, psychological and cultural constructs. Exploratory Methods are preliminary assignment of codes to the data, after which the researcher might proceed to more specific First Cycle or Second Cycle coding methods.
Holistic Coding applies a single code to each large unit of data in the corpus to capture a sense of the overall contents and the possible categories that may develop.
Procedural Methods consist of pre- established systems or very specific ways of analysing qualitative data. Protocol Coding is coding data according to a pre-established, recommended, standardised or prescribed system.
Domain and Taxonomic Coding is an ethnographic method for discovering the cultural knowledge people use to organise their behaviours and interpret their experiences. Code Mapping and Landscaping Code Mapping is categorising and organising the codes, and code landscaping is presenting these codes in a visual manner, for example by using a Wordle graphic.
Operational Model Diagramming can be used to map or diagram the emergent sequences or networks of your codes and categories related to your study in a sophisticated way. Pattern coding is a way of grouping summaries into a smaller number of sets, themes, or constructs.
Focused coding searches for the most frequent or significant codes. It categorises coded data based on thematic or conceptual similarity 3. Theoretical coding progresses towards discovering the central or core category that identifies the primary theme of the research 5.
Longitudinal coding is the attribution of selected change processes to qualitative data collected and compared across time. Try writing several variations to investigate how the items might interrelate, suggest causation, indicate a process, or work holistically to create a broader theme.
From Coding to Theorising A social science theory has three main characteristics: The stage at which I seem to find a theory emerging in my mind is when I create categories of categories.
Use categories and analytic memos as sources of theory. If I cannot develop a theory, then I will be satisfied with my construction of a key assertion, a summative and data supported statement about the particulars of a research study, rather than generalisable and transferable meanings of my findings to other settings and contexts.
Findings at a glance can be presented as follows: The coding journey should be noted in the analytical memos and discussed in your dissertation.AC – ARMORER’S COURSE Cost - $ US Length – 8 Hrs (1 Day) Class Hrs – 8am to 5pm Certification – 3 Yrs *Student supplies safety glasses for eye protection and a small flashlight.
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We illustrate how to apply these methods in case studies. Volume 7, No. 1, Art. 21 – January The Use of Qualitative Content Analysis in Case Study Research. Florian Kohlbacher. Abstract: This paper aims at exploring and discussing the possibilities of applying qualitative content analysis as a (text) interpretation method in case study research.
First, case study research as a research strategy within qualitative social research is briefly.