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key themes technology allows for more objectivity key themes etc
In-text: (Atkins and Wallace)
Your Bibliography: Atkins, Liz, and Susan Wallace. Qualitative Research In Education. London: SAGE, 2012. Print.
Your Bibliography: BASW. "Professional Capabilities Framework." Basw.co.uk. N.p., 2018. Web. 1 Jan. 2020.
incentives and ethics - lack of consenting freely
In-text: (Boddy et al.)
Your Bibliography: Boddy, Janet et al. "Compensation, Rewards Or Incentives?." Ethicsguidebook.ac.uk. N.p., 2012. Web. 5 Jan. 2020.
transcriber issues In‐depth interviews are used to discover shared understandings of a particular group. The sample of interviewees should be fairly homogenous and share critical similarities related to the research question.38 Selecting in‐depth interview participants is based on an iterative process referred to as purposeful sampling that seeks to maximise the depth and richness of the data to address the research question 38 McCracken G. The Long Interview. Newbury Park, California: Sage 1988; 16– 8 .
In-text: (DiCicco-Bloom and Crabtree 314-321)
Your Bibliography: DiCicco-Bloom, Barbara, and Benjamin F Crabtree. "The Qualitative Research Interview." Medical Education 40.4 (2006): 314-321. Web. 9 Jan. 2020.
references to bias in qualitative research Recognizing and understanding research bThose carrying out qualitative research are an integral part of the process and final product, and separation from this is neither possible nor desirable. The concern instead should be whether the researcher has been transparent and reflexive (i.e., critically self-reflective about their own preconceptions, relationship dynamics, and analytic focus; Polit & Beck 2014) about the processes by which data have been collected, analyzed, and presented.ias is crucial for determining the utility of study results and an essential aspect of evidence-based decision-making in the health professions.
In-text: (Galdas 160940691774899)
Your Bibliography: Galdas, Paul. "Revisiting Bias In Qualitative Research." International Journal of Qualitative Methods 16.1 (2017): 160940691774899. Web. 7 Jan. 2020.
Your Bibliography: Greenhalgh, Trisha. How To Read A Paper. 5th ed. West Sussex: BMJ Books, 2014. Print.
In-text: (Louise Barriball and While 328-335)
Your Bibliography: Louise Barriball, K., and Alison While. "Collecting Data Using A Semi-Structured Interview: A Discussion Paper." Journal of Advanced Nursing 19.2 (1994): 328-335. Web.
advantages and disadvantages of interviews Saul Mcleod is a psychology teaching assistant and published researcher for The University of Manchester, Division of Neuroscience & Experimental Psychology. He previously worked for Wigan and Leigh College, where I was a psychology lecturer for ten years. Saul has a degree in psychology and a masters degree in research. He is also undertaking a Ph.D. part-time at The University of Manchester.
Your Bibliography: Mcleod, Saul. "The Interview Method." Simplypsychology.org. N.p., 2014. Web. 5 Jan. 2020.
Without rigor, research is worthless, becomes fiction, and loses its utility. Hence, a great deal of attention is applied to reliability and validity in all research methods These criteria were quickly refined to credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability (Lincoln & Guba, 1985). They recommended specific strategies be used to attain trustworthiness such as negative cases, peer debriefing, prolonged engagement and persistent observation, audit trails and member checks. Also important were characteristics of the investigator, who must be responsive and adaptable to changing circumstances, holistic, having processional immediacy, sensitivity, and ability for clarification and summarization (Guba & Lincoln, 1981).
In-text: (Morse et al. 13-22)
Your Bibliography: Morse, Janice M. et al. "Verification Strategies For Establishing Reliability And Validity In Qualitative Research." International Journal of Qualitative Methods 1.2 (2002): 13-22. Web. 7 Jan. 2020.
In-text: (Norris 172-176)
Your Bibliography: Norris, Nigel. "Error, Bias And Validity In Qualitative Research." Educational Action Research 5.1 (1997): 172-176. Web. 5 Jan. 2020.
In-text: (O’Brien et al. 1245-1251)
Your Bibliography: O’Brien, Bridget C. et al. "Standards For Reporting Qualitative Research." Academic Medicine 89.9 (2014): 1245-1251. Web. 5 Jan. 2020.
In-text: (Pontin, Gilchrist and Ingram)
Your Bibliography: Pontin, Moule, p., D Gilchrist, and M Ingram. "Data Analysis - Example Frameworks." Learntech.uwe.ac.uk. N.p., 2003. Web. 7 Jan. 2020.
semi structured interviews p 237 advantages and disadvantages of interviews p 229
Your Bibliography: Robson, Colin. Real World Research. 1st ed. Oxford: Blackwell, 1993. Print.
this is mainly about quantitative data
In-text: (Simundic 12-15)
Your Bibliography: Simundic, Ana-Maria. "Bias In Research." Biochemia Medica (2013): 12-15. Web. 7 Jan. 2020.
In-text: (Smith and Noble 100-101)
Your Bibliography: Smith, Joanna, and Helen Noble. "Bias In Research: Table 1." Evidence Based Nursing 17.4 (2014): 100-101. Web. 4 Jan. 2020.
In-text: (Wagner et al. 39-51)
Your Bibliography: Wagner, Jessica et al. "Intergenerational Transmission Of Domestic Violence: Practitioners' Perceptions And Experiences Of Working With Adult Victims And Perpetrators In The UK." Child Abuse Review 28.1 (2019): 39-51. Web. 4 Jan. 2020.
evidence based practice
In-text: (Webb 57-79)
Your Bibliography: Webb, S. "Some Considerations On The Validity Of Evidence-Based Practice In Social Work." British Journal of Social Work 31.1 (2001): 57-79. Web. 4 Jan. 2020.
In-text: (Wilson et al. 242, 243)
Your Bibliography: Wilson, Kate et al. Social Work. 2nd ed. Harlow, England: Longman, 2011. Print.
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