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Doing Grounded Theory
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Doing Grounded Theory

  • Uwe Flick - Freie Universtität Berlin, Germany

Volume: 9

September 2018 | 176 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This short, easy to read introduction to grounded theory will help you to employ the method in your research project. Uwe Flick discusses each stage of the process of doing grounded theory research, including formulating a research question through analysis of data, theoretical sampling, sorting and saturation, data collection, coding and forming theories from data. 
 
1. Background: Approaches and philosophies of grounded theory
 
2. Doing grounded theory: Key components, process, and elements
 
3. Getting in: Data collection in grounded theory
 
4. Grounded theory coding: Ways and versions
 
5. Going ahead: Recent developments in data analysis
 
6. Going beyond: Theoretical sampling, sorting, and saturation
 
7. Output: Writing and quality in grounded theory
 
8. Advancing: Research design in grounded theory
 
9. Becoming systematic: Triangulation in grounded theory
 
10. Rounding Up: Doing perspectivist grounded theory

A helpful and detailed exploration of grounded theory - useful for final year undergraduates and postgraduate students.

Dr Louise Campbell
School of Education & Social Work, Dundee University
October 1, 2018

A clearly written and detailed approach to the intricacies of Grounded Theory which is suitable for first time researchers.

Mr Paul Demetriou-Crane
Education, Havering College of FE And HE
August 28, 2018

Very clear book on grounded theory. Very accessible and well presented.

Professor Philip Shrives
Accounting and Financial Management, Northumbria University
August 28, 2018

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ISBN: 9781473912007
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