4 edition of A Grounded Theory Study of Truth-Telling in Cancer found in the catalog.
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The nurse researcher is reviewing the advantages of the grounded-theory method. The nurse recognizes that which statement is true regarding the grounded-theory method? It collects data using an etic perspective. It is a process of constructing human experience. It may use secondary sources. It is an inductive approach. Breast Cancer: Daughters Tell Their Stories presents the results of a qualitative, grounded theory study of breast cancer survivors, providing in-depth information about an aspect of breast cancer that has been previously overlooked.
The database of the Grounded Theory Review now contains more than a hundred articles on classic grounded theories—from either a methodological or a theoretical perspective. We would like to expand the open access database with more grounded theories that truly demonstrates the interdisciplinary potential of the classic grounded theory method. 8. Strauss A, Corbin J. Basics of qualitative research: grounded theory procedures and techniques. Sage Publications, 9. Beech N, Arber A, Faithfull S. Restoring a sense of wellness following colorectal cancer: a grounded theory. Journal of Advanced Nursing ;– Strauss A, Corbin J. Grounded theory methodology: an overview.
The book describes traditional and focused grounded theory, phases of research, and methodology from sample and setting to dissemination and follow-up. It encompasses state-of-the-art research about grounded theory with an extensive bibliography and resources. Grounded theory as a discrete methodology dates from the mids, when sociologists Barney G. Glaser and Anselm L. Strauss formalized it in their book Awareness of Dying, in which their ‘constant comparative method’ bridged a gap between pure theory and empirical data and made qualitative data itself more data-like and scientific.
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Truth-telling about life-threatening cancer illness is a controversial matter. Few studies have explored attitudes towards truth telling among people from migrant communities living in cultures different to their own. The purpose of this grounded theory study was to explore the perceptions of white British and British south Asian community workers.
The purpose of this grounded theory study was to explore the perceptions of white British and British south Asian community workers within the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall as to the factors that influence truth-telling.
In-depth, focused interviews were carried out. The purpose of this grounded theory study was to explore the perceptions of white British and British south Asian community workers within the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall as to the factors that influence truth-telling.
In-depth, focused interviews were carried out with a sample of 20 key : $ The purpose of this grounded theory study was to explore the perceptions of white British and British south Asian community workers within the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall as to the factors that influence truth-telling.
In-depth, focused interviews were carried out with a sample of 20 key informants. The authors’ grounded theory of positive psychosocial adjustment to cancer provided the conceptual framework. Findings: Positive reframing, informal peer support, acceptance, and normalization helped young adults dismantle the threats of Hodgkin lymphoma during the Cited by: 4.
Grounded theory (GT) is a systematic methodology in the social sciences involving the construction of theories through methodical gathering and analysis of data.
This research methodology uses inductive reasoning, in contrast to the hypothetico-deductive model of the scientific method.A study using grounded theory is likely to begin with a question, or even just with the collection of.
A Grounded theory is the study of a concept (the core category). The problem is that from this perspective, you are not going to know what you are studying until you have completed a significant amount of analysis: the core category is the concept to which all other concepts relate; and its discovery signals the end of the open coding stage.
Marie-Ève Caty, Elizabeth Anne Kinsella, Philip C. Doyle, Reflective processes of practitioners in head and neck cancer rehabilitation: a grounded theory study, International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, /, 18, 6, (), ().
What is Grounded Theory. Broadly speaking, GT is a systematic set of techniques and procedures that enable researchers to identify concepts and build theory from qualitative data (Corbin and Strauss ).More specifically, GT is concerned with psycho-social processes of behavior and seeks to identify and explain how and why people behave in certain ways, in similar and different.
In a grounded theory study, sampling, data collection, data analysis, and theory construction occur concurrently and iteratively. Grounded theory researchers start with theoretical sampling and then later evolve to a snowballing approach.
Grounded theory studies typically involve samples of 40 to 60 people. Grounded theory. Grounded theory is a general methodology with systematic guidelines for gathering and analyzing data to generate middle‐range theory. The name “grounded theory” mirrors its fundamental premise that researchers can and should develop theory from rigorous analyses of empirical data.
[Show full abstract] fill this gap, this study aims to explore and explain the experiences of 15 Chinese family caregivers using a grounded theory approach, which allows the formulation of.
Karen Biddle's book, Grounded theory in management research, has over citations on Google Scholar, and you can use that site to search within those citations (just click on the number of. Participants & Setting: 18 English-speaking adult women with ovarian cancer were recruited from an advocacy organization for patients with ovarian cancer and the gynecologic oncology clinic at a community-based teaching hospital in Burlington, Massachusetts.
Methodologic Approach: A grounded theory approach was used. Data were collected via. A Grounded Theory Study of Truth-Telling in Cancer: Perceptions of White Kelvin Karim Limited preview - Focus on Disability: Trends in Research and ApplicationReviews: 2.
A qualitative study was conducted using grounded theory methods. Data were generated through four focus group interviews with 21 oncology nurses currently providing counseling and support services for cancer patients in Japan.
The content was analyzed based on a constant comparison approach. Purpose: To describe the cancer care process as it is perceived by women with ovarian cancer. Participants & Setting: 18 English-speaking adult women with ovarian cancer were recruited from an advocacy organization for patients with ovarian cancer and the gynecologic oncology clinic at a.
The Grounded Theory Institute is dedicated to helping people learn about authentic Grounded Theory (otherwise knows as Glaserian, Classic, or Orthodox Grounded Theory).
It is a place where scholars come together to aid each other in the pursuit of a better understanding of GT. Grounded theory d. Collective case study The emic perspective refers to an external, social scientific view of reality. True b. False _____ is used to describe cultural scenes or the cultural characteristics of a group of people.
Phenomenology b. Ethnography c. Grounded theory d. Instrumental case study A qualitative, grounded theory approach was used to study the process of caring in HSCT.
Grounded theory is the most appropriate method of research when there is limited data, and little is known in an area.
In the grounded theory, concepts and theory are derived from the data Grounded theory is based on symbolic interaction, and social. Grounded Theory. While a phenomenological study tries to give meaning of an experience for a number of persons, the purpose of a grounded theory study is to generate or discover a theory.
In a grounded theory approach, individuals interact, act and engage in a process in reaction to a phenomenon. To study such people and their reaction to the.(Nieswiadomy,p. ). In grounded theory, the questions may be directed toward generating a theory of some process, such as the exploration of a process as to how caregivers and patients interact in a hospital setting.
In a qualitative case study, the questions may address a description of the case and the themes that emerge from.Purpose/Objectives: To explore the experiences of young adults with Hodgkin lymphoma during the first year following the end of initial treatment.
Research Approach: A qualitative grounded theory study. Setting: Interviews with patients recruited from three cancer centers in England. Participants: 10 Hodgkin lymphoma survivors (four men and six women aged 21–39 years) recruited as part of a.