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Grounded theory can be effectively introduced in a survey course through a combination of lecture/demonstration and simulation. The class session presented here illustrates a way to introduce graduate students to the process of grounded theory and gain hands-on experience through simulation. The lesson utilizes concepts that the students are familiar with, allowing them to focus on the research process, and encourages internalization of concepts through immediate application.
Constant Comparative Method, Grounded Theory, Philanthropy, Qualitative Inquiry, and Simulation
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Huels, F. (2005). An Evening of Grounded Theory: Teaching Process through Demonstration and Simulation. The Qualitative Report, 10(2), 328-338. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2005.1852
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