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How to “Get” Grounded and Not “Get” Lost: Review of Grounded Theory for Qualitative Research: A Practical Guide
As a developing PhD student one must work to develop the ability to apply critical thinking skills and analysis. In my pursuit to further understand qualitative research methods, I chose to look more closely at grounded theory method due to its seemingly complex structure and unique method of theory development. Urquhart (2013) works to present the components of grounded theory method (GTM) as a reaction to confusion and frustration of postgraduate students struggling with the method. She provides a sequential “how to” guide on GTM while asserting the importance of staying flexible within the structure. She acknowledges and addresses the criticism of GTM and strives to dispel myths associated with the method.
Qualitative Research, Grounded Theory Method, Coding, Novice Researcher, Glaserian
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Wyatt, K. (2013). How to “Get” Grounded and Not “Get” Lost: Review of Grounded Theory for Qualitative Research: A Practical Guide. The Qualitative Report, 18(16), 1-4. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2013.1532
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