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The roots and development of constructivist grounded theory

30 May 2014

Nurse Researcher

Grounded theory

Aim To deconstruct how Charmaz’s constructivist grounded theory (CGT) evolved from the original ideas of Glaser and Strauss, and to explore how CGT is similar to and...

Grounded theory: issues for research in nursing

16 September 1998

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

The grounded theory approach to research appears to be well suited to providing nurses with understanding of social behaviours so that they can enhance patient care....

Choosing between Glaser and Strauss: an example

01 July 2010

Nurse Researcher

General

Choosing between Glaserian and Straussian grounded theory when selecting a methodological approach can be challenging, but few papers consider this decision-making...

Reflecting on the challenges of choosing and using a grounded theory approach

26 November 2014

Nurse Researcher

Methodological decision making

Aim To explore three different approaches to grounded theory and consider some of the possible philosophical assumptions underpinning them. Background Grounded...

Using extant literature in a grounded theory study: a personal account

18 March 2015

Nurse Researcher

Decision-making process

Aim To provide a personal account of the factors in a doctoral study that led to the adoption of classic grounded theory principles relating to the use of...

Rigour and grounded theory

15 July 2011

Nurse Researcher

General

Aim This paper explores ways to enhance and demonstrate rigour in a grounded theory study. Background Grounded theory is sometimes criticised for a lack of rigour....

Navigating the grounded theory terrain. Part 1

15 July 2011

Nurse Researcher

General

Aim The decision to use grounded theory is not an easy one and this article aims to illustrate and explore the methodological complexity and decision-making process....

The use of grounded theory to study interaction

01 January 2004

Nurse Researcher

General

In this paper Hanna Maijala, Eija Paavilainen and Päivi Åstedt-Kurki examine the use of grounded theory from the perspective of data analysis. The paper reports on...

Classic grounded theory: a framework for contemporary application

01 July 2010

Nurse Researcher

General

While undertaking a qualitative exploration of the role of lecturers in helping with problem-based learning, the author used an adapted form of classic grounded...

Acknowledging hubris in interpretative data analysis

01 July 2013

Nurse Researcher

Interpretative analysis

Aim To explore the notion of ‘hubris’ as an important consideration of reflexive thinking in qualitative research and how over-exuberant assumptions when...