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A unique multi-part qualitative study methodology is presented from a study which tracked the transformative journeys of four career-changing women from STEM fields into secondary education. The article analyzes the study’s use of archived writing, journaling, participant-generated photography, interviews, member-checking, and reflexive analytical memos. An exploration into the interconnectedness of the methodologies used reveals a robust framework from which the first stages of grounded theory emerged. A detailed explanation of the methodological aspects of conducting the study is discussed with the purpose of making this combination of qualitative methods replicable.
Qualitative Methods, Visual Research, Reflexive Analytic Memos, Participant Generated Photography
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Snyder, C. (2012). A Case Study of a Case Study: Analysis of a Robust Qualitative Research Methodology. The Qualitative Report, 17(13), 1-21. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2012.1791
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