Creating Qualitative Manuscripts
Compiled by Susan Hawes, PhD for the Clinical Psychology Department, Antioch University New England. Last updated on 11/12/2006
- The Proposal in Qualitative Research By Anthony W. Heath
- Presenting Qualitative Data by Ronald J. Chenai
- Qualitative Data Analysis: Common Phases, Strategic Differences Baptiste, Ian (2001, September). Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research [On-line Journal], 2(3). Available at http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs/fqs-eng.htm
- Abstract: This paper lays out an analytic framework to help rookie qualitative researchers recognize and appreciate common features of qualitative data analysis (QDA) while giving due consideration to strategic differences resulting from differences in expertise, context, and philosophy. The paper does not identify or illustrate specific QDA strategies. Rather, it raises questions the responsible analyst might consider at each phase of the process. I argue that all QDA (regardless of methodological or disciplinary orientation) comprise four interrelated phases: defining the analysis, classifying data, making connections between data, and conveying the message(s). This paper discusses the first three phases.
- Psychology with Style
A Hypertext Writing Guide 1/17/2000 – Version 3.1 (Revision History) M. Plonsky, PhD University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point.