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Qualitative Research in Nursing : Advancing the Humanistic Imperative

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ISBN13:

9780781716284

ISBN10:
0781716284
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
2/1/1999
Publisher(s):
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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Summary

College Misericordia, Dallas, PA. Textbook for nursing students. Presents the qualitative methodologies in use, including phenomenology, grounded theory, ethnography, historical research, and action research. Previous edition: c1995. Softcover. DNLM: Nursing Research--methods.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 Philosophy and Theory: Foundations of Qualitative Research
1(14)
Helen J. Streubert
Philosophical Underpinnings of Qualitative Research
2(1)
Ways of Knowing
3(1)
Ways of Knowing in Nursing
4(3)
Meaning of Science
7(1)
Relationship of Theory to Research
8(3)
Grounding Research in the Realities of Nursing
11(1)
Summary
12(1)
References
12(3)
CHAPTER 2 The Conduct of Qualitative Research: Common Essential Elements
15(18)
Helen J. Streubert
Initiating the Study: Choosing a Qualitative Approach
15(14)
Summary
29(1)
References
30(3)
CHAPTER 3 Ethical Requirements in Qualitative Research
33(10)
Dona R. Carpenter
Informed Consent Process and Qualitative Research
34(5)
Sensitive Issues Arising in the Conduct of Qualitative Research
39(1)
Interpretation and Reporting Subjective Interpretation
40(1)
Summary
41(1)
References
41(2)
CHAPTER 4 Phenomenology as Method
43(22)
Dona R. Carpenter
Phenomenology Defined
43(2)
Phenomenological Roots
45(3)
Fundamental Characteristics of Phenomenological Method
48(7)
Selecting Phenomenology as Method
55(2)
Elements and Interpretations of the Method
57(4)
Summary
61(1)
References
62(3)
CHAPTER 5 Phenomenology in Practice, Education and Administration
65(34)
Dona R. Carpenter
Application to Practice
78(3)
Application to Education
81(2)
Application to Administration
83(2)
Summary
85(1)
References
85(3)
RESEARCH ARTICLE: Phenomenological Approach: Pain in Frail, Elderly Women after Surgery
88(11)
CHAPTER 6 Grounded Theory as Method
99(18)
Dona R. Carpenter
Grounded Theory Defined
99(3)
Grounded Theory Roots
102(1)
Fundamental Characteristics of Grounded Theory Method
102(1)
Selection of Grounded Theory as Method
103(1)
Elements and Interpretation of the Method
104(9)
Evaluation of Grounded Theories
113(1)
Summary
113(1)
References
114(3)
CHAPTER 7 Grounded Theory in Practice, Education, and Administration
117(28)
Dona R. Carpenter
Critique Guidelines
117(1)
Application to Practice
118(11)
Application to Education
129(2)
Application to Administration
131(1)
Summary
132(1)
References
132(2)
RESEARCH ARTICLE: Grounded Theory Approach: Nurses' Experience with Implementing Developmental Care in NICUs
134(11)
CHAPTER 8 Ethnography as Method
145(26)
Helen J. Streubert
Ethnography Defined
145(1)
Ethnography Roots
146(1)
Fundamental Characteristics of Ethnography
147(3)
Selection of Ethnography as Method
150(2)
Elements and Interpretations of the Method
152(17)
Summary
169(1)
References
169(2)
CHAPTER 9 Ethnography in Practice, Education, and Administration
171(26)
Helen J. Streubert
Application to Practice
171(7)
Application to Education
178(2)
Application to Administration
180(2)
Summary
182(1)
References
182(2)
RESEARCH ARTICLE: Ethnographic Approach: Afghan Refugee Issues in the U.S. Social Environment
184(13)
CHAPTER 10 Historical Research Method
197(18)
Sandra B. Lewenson
Historical Research Defined
197(2)
Historical Research Traditions
199(1)
Fundamental Characteristics of Historical Research
200(1)
Selection of Historiography as Method
200(11)
Summary
211(1)
References
212(3)
CHAPTER 11 Historical Research in Practice, Education, and Administration
215(36)
Sandra B. Lewenson
Critique Guidelines
215(6)
Application to Practice
221(1)
Critique of a Study in Practice
222(3)
Application to Education
225(4)
Application to Administration
229(4)
Summary
233(1)
References
233(2)
RESEARCH ARTICLE: Historical Research Approach: Making the Best of Things
235(16)
CHAPTER 12 The Action Research Method
251(14)
Joan M. Jenks
Action Research Defined
251(1)
Action Research Roots
252(1)
Fundamental Characteristics of Action Research
252(2)
Selecting Action Research as Method
254(2)
Elements and Interpretations of the Method
256(7)
Summary
263(1)
References
263(2)
CHAPTER 13 Action Research in Practice, Education and Administration
265(34)
Joan M. Jenks
Application to Practice
265(9)
Application to Education
274(2)
Application to Administration
276(2)
Summary
278(1)
References
278(2)
RESEARCH ARTICLE: Conceptual Framework for Advanced Practice: An Action Research Project Operationalizing an Advanced Practioner/Consult Nurse Roles
280(19)
CHAPTER 14 Triangulation as a Qualitative Research Strategy
299(10)
Joan M. Jenks
Choosing Triangulation as a Research Strategy
300(7)
Summary
307(1)
References
308(1)
CHAPTER 15 A Practical Guide for Sharing Qualitative Research Results
309(26)
Helen J. Streubert
Publication Preparation
309(4)
Conference Presentation
313(3)
Grant Writing
316(4)
Sample Grant
320(1)
Summary
320(1)
References
321(1)
Funded Grant Proposal
322(6)
Critique of Funded Grant
328(7)
Index 335


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