An overview of three different approaches to the interpretation of qualitative data. Part 2: practical illustrations
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An overview of three different approaches to the interpretation of qualitative data. Part 2: practical illustrations

Leslie Woods Lecturer, University of Liverpool, England
Helena Priest Lecturer, Keele University, Staffordshire, England
Paula Roberts Senior Lecturer, Keele University, Staffordshire, England, Nurse Researcher

This paper continues the discussion of the essential features and methods inherent within three approaches to the interpretation of qualitative data presented in Part 1 (Priest et al 2002). Leslie Woods, Helena Priest and Paula Roberts explore the use of grounded theory, qualitative content analysis and narrative analysis through the use of an illustrative example

Nurse Researcher. 10, 1, 43-51. doi: 10.7748/nr2002.10.10.1.43.c5878

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