Qualitative Nursing Research: A Contemporary Dialogue

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Janice M. Morse
SAGE Publications, 1990 M11 1 - 344 páginas
Qualitative Nursing Research addresses many of the problematic issues in qualitative research. Leading qualitative methodologists from orientations in phenomenology, grounded theory and ethnography contribute chapters on their favourite issues, which also form the bases for the `dialogues' which alternate with each chapter.

With the exception of a few chapters that describe a single method, the problems discussed relate to every qualitative nursing project: improving the use of self; examining one's own culture; some myths and realities of qualitative sampling; debates about counting and coding data; and ethical issues in interviewing.

 

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Preface
9
Preface to the Revised Edition
11
Dialogue Is Qualitative Research an End in Itself or the Beginning of a Process?
13
A FreeForAll?
14
Dialogue On Bracketing
23
Chapter 2 The Phenomenological Perspective
25
Dialogue On Developing Theory Inductively
39
Generating Nursing Knowledge
40
Chapter 10 Issues of Reliability and Validity
164
Dialogue On Interviewing
187
Concerns and Challenges
188
Dialogue On the Relationship Between the Researcher and the Subject
202
Chapter 12 Conducting Qualitative Studies with Children and Adolescents
203
Dialogue On Triangulation
224
Issues of Conceptual Clarity and Purpose
226
Dialogue The Granting Game
240

Dialogue On Ethics and Validity
54
Chapter 4 Being a Phenomenological Researcher
55
Dialogue On Fieldwork in Your Own Setting
72
Chapter 5 The Use of Self in Ethnographic Research
73
Dialogue On Nursing Phenomena
90
Chapter 6 Doing Fieldwork in Your Own Culture
91
Dialogue On the Evolving Nature of Qualitative Methods in Nursing
105
Chapter 7 Qualitative Clinical Nursing Research When a Community is the Client
106
Dialogue On Terminology
126
Chapter 8 Strategies for Sampling
127
Dialogue On Replicability
146
Chapter 9 Are Counting and Coding A Cappella Appropriate in Qualitative Research?
147
Dialogue On Issues about Reliability and Validity
163
Chapter 14 Funding Strategies for Qualitative Research
243
Dialogue On Muddling Methods
257
A Task of No Small Consequence
258
Dialogue On the Team Approach
272
A Collaborative Model for Practice and Research
273
Dialogue On Teaching Qualitative Methods
300
Perennial Problems and Possible Solutions
301
Dialogue The Last Word
322
Author Index
323
Subject Index
328
About the Authors
337
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Janice M. Morse, PhD (Nurs), PhD (Anthro), FAAN is a professor and Presidential Endowed Chair at the University of Utah College of Nursing, and Professor Emeritus, University of Alberta, Canada., from 1991-1996, she also held a position as professor at The Pennsylvania State University. From 1997-2007, she was the founding Director and Scientific Director of the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, University of Alberta, founding editor for the International Journal of Qualitative Methods, and Editor of the Qual Press monograph series. She remains the founding editor for Qualitative Health Research, (now in Volume 2, Sage1), is currently editor for the monograph series Developing Qualitative Inquiry, and The Essentials of Qualitative Inquiry (Left Coast Press). Her research programs are in the areas of suffering and comforting, preventing patient falls, and developing qualitative methods. In 2011, she was awarded the Lifetime Achievement in Qualitative Inquiry from the International Center for Qualitative Inquiry, was an inaugural inductee into the Sigma Theta Tau International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame (2010), the 5th recipient of the Episteme Award (also Sigma Theta Tau). She received awarded honorary doctorates from the University of Newcastle (Australia) and Athabasca University (Canada). She is the author of 460 articles and chapters and 19 books on qualitative research methods, suffering, comforting and patient falls.

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