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Using Nudist-4 in a Preliminary Qualitative Investigation of Postpartum Depression Among African American Women
The purpose of this paper was to discuss the processes that were used to collect and analyze data in a pilot project on postpartum depression among African-American women. NUD*IST 4 (Richards & Richards, 1997), a computer program, was instrumental to the researcher in coding the preliminary data. Memos of the process and the thoughts of the researcher are sprinkled throughout the paper describing the processes used and decisions that were made during the data collection and analysis processes. Four interviews were conducted and the very first analysis of these these interviews are included in this paper. This paper is a student's journey during the beginning processes of qualitative data collection and analysis.
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Amankwaa, L. (2000). Using Nudist-4 in a Preliminary Qualitative Investigation of Postpartum Depression Among African American Women. The Qualitative Report, 4(3), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2000.2080
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