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Qualitative Research in Nursing : Advancing the Humanistic Imperative,9780781734837

Qualitative Research in Nursing : Advancing the Humanistic Imperative

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3rd
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9780781734837

ISBN10:
0781734835
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
10/17/2002
Publisher(s):
LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS
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Summary

Now in its Third Edition, this packed, user-friendly text systemically provides a sound foundation for understanding a wide range of qualitative research methodologies, including triangulation. It approaches nursing education, administration, and practice and gives step-by-step details to instruct students on how to implement each approach. Features include emphasis of ethical considerations and methodological triangulation, instrument development and software usage; critiquing guidelines and questions to ask when evaluating aspects of published research; and tables of public research that offer resources for further reading. New to this edition are two chapters on writing a qualitative research proposal, and designing management strategies; expanded discussion on applications; and additional content on triangulation and ethical issues and standards.

Table of Contents

Philosophy and Theory: Foundations of Qualitative Research
1(14)
Helen J. Streubert Speziale
Philosophic 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)
The Conduct of Qualitative Research: Common Essential Elements
15(12)
Helen J. Streubert Speziale
Initiating the Study: Choosing a Qualitative Approach
16(9)
Summary
25(1)
References
25(2)
Designing Data Generation and Management Strategies
27(16)
Helen J. Streubert Speziale
Generating Data
27(7)
Managing Data
34(2)
Performing Data Analysis
36(1)
Demonstrating Trustworthiness
37(2)
Presenting the Data
39(2)
Summary
41(1)
References
41(2)
Writing a Qualitative Research Proposal
43(8)
Dona Rinaldi Carpenter
Selecting an Area of Research
43(1)
General Considerations
44(1)
Elements of the Research Proposal
45(1)
Summary
46(1)
References
46(5)
Phenomenology as Method
51(24)
Dona Rinaldi Carpenter
Phenomenology Defined
52(1)
Phenomenological Roots
53(3)
Fundamental Characteristics of the Phenomenological Method
56(6)
Interpretive Nursing Research and Hermeneutic Philosophy
62(3)
Selection of Phenomenology as Method
65(1)
Elements and Interpretations of the Method
66(5)
Summary
71(1)
References
71(4)
Phenomenology in Practice, Education, and Administration
75(32)
Dona Rinaldi Carpenter
Application to Practice
76(8)
Application to Education
84(2)
Application to Administration
86(1)
Summary
87(1)
References
88(2)
Research Article: The Experience of Caring for a Family Member With Alzheimers Disease
90(17)
Grounded Theory as Method
107(16)
Dona Rinaldi Carpenter
Grounded Theory Defined
107(2)
Grounded Theory Roots
109(1)
Fundamental Characteristics of Grounded Theory Method
110(1)
Selection of Grounded Theory as a Method
111(1)
Elements and Interpretation of the Method
112(8)
Evaluation of Grounded Theories
120(1)
Summary
120(1)
References
121(2)
Grounded Theory in Practice, Education, and Administration
123(30)
Dona Rinaldi Carpenter
Critique Guidelines
123(2)
Application to Practice
125(9)
Application to Education
134(1)
Application to Administration
135(1)
Summary
136(1)
References
136(1)
Research Article: A Metaphor for HIV-Positive Mexican and Puerto Rican Women
137(16)
Ethnography as Method
153(28)
Helen J. Streubert Speziale
Ethnography Defined
154(1)
Ethnography Roots
155(1)
Fundamental Characteristics of Ethnography
156(3)
Selection of Ethnography As Method
159(3)
Elements and Interpretations of the Method
162(1)
Selecting Ethnography
163(11)
Performing Data Analysis
174(2)
Ethical Considerations
176(2)
Summary
178(1)
References
178(3)
Ethnography in Practice, Education, and Administration
181(26)
Helen J. Streubert Speziale
Application to Practice
181(8)
Application to Education
189(3)
Application to Administration
192(2)
Summary
194(1)
References
194(2)
Research Article: Parenting a Second Time Around: An Ethnography of African American Grandmothers Parenting Grandchildren due to Parental Cocaine Abuse
196(11)
Historical Research Method
207(18)
Sandra B. Lewenson
Historical Research Defined
207(2)
Historical Research Traditions
209(1)
Fundamental Characteristics of Historical Research
210(1)
Selection of Historiography as Method
210(2)
Data Generation
212(3)
Data Treatment
215(3)
Data Analysis
218(2)
Ethical Considerations
220(1)
Interpretation of the Findings
220(1)
Summary
221(1)
References
222(3)
Historical Research in Practice, Education, and Administration
225(28)
Sandra B. Lewenson
Critique Guidelines
225(4)
Application to Practice
229(6)
Application to Education
235(4)
Application to Administration
239(2)
References
241(3)
Research Article: Historical Analysis of Siderail Use in American Hospitals
244(9)
Action Research Method
253(16)
Helen J. Streubert Speziale
Action Research Defined
253(3)
Action Research Roots
256(1)
Fundamental Characteristics of the Method
257(2)
Selection of Action Research as Method
259(1)
Elements and Interpretations of the Method
260(6)
Summary
266(1)
References
267(2)
Action Research in Practice, Education, and Administration
269(30)
Helen J. Streubert Speziale
Application to Practice
269(10)
Application to Education
279(2)
Application to Administration
281(2)
Summary
283(1)
References
283(2)
Research Article: Development Process and Qualitative Evaluation of a Program to Promote the Mental Health of Family Caregivers
285(14)
Triangulation as a Qualitative Research Strategy
299(12)
Dona Rinaldi Carpenter
Joan M. Jenks
Choosing Triangulation as a Research Strategy
300(1)
Types of Triangulation
300(8)
Summary
308(1)
References
308(3)
Ethical Considerations in Qualitative Research
311(12)
Dona Rinaldi Carpenter
Ethical Issues in Qualitative Research
313(1)
Informed Consent
314(4)
Sensitive Issues Arising in the Conduct of Qualitative Research
318(1)
Gathering, Interpreting and Reporting Qualitative Data
319(1)
Summary
320(1)
References
321(2)
A Practical Guide for Sharing Qualitative Research Results
323(38)
Helen J. Streubert Speziale
Publication Preparation
323(4)
Conference Presentation
327(3)
Grant Writing
330(5)
Sample Grant
335(1)
Summary
335(1)
References
335(2)
Funded Grant Proposal: The Lived Experience of Nurses Stationed Aboard Aircraft Carriers
337(15)
Critique of Funded Grant
352(9)
Glossary 361(4)
Index 365


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