Reflexivity: a personal journey during data collection
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Reflexivity: a personal journey during data collection

Mary Carolan Associate Charge Midwife, Monash Medical Centre, Clayton, Melbourne, Australia

In this article Mary Carolan explores the notion of reflexivity as it applies to qualitative research. A study into the experiences of older first-time mothers enabled an exploration of personal views and philosophy in relation to the data collected

Nurse Researcher. 10, 3, 7-14. doi: 10.7748/nr2003.04.10.3.7.c5892

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