SAGE Journal Articles
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- What is an inductive approach?
- Why is inductive thinking important in qualitative inquiry?
- What are the strengths and weaknesses of inductive inquiry?
- What is evaluation research and what is the particular value of inductive inquiry for evaluation research?
- What is meant by “working reflexively”?
- What is the particular importance of reflexivity in this research?
- What is the connection between ethics and reflexivity?
- What is narrative research and why it is used in this study?
- How does this inquiry contribute to empathy?
- What is the emergent nature of the inquiry?
- Discuss this research as an approach to bringing about change.
- How does ethnography as a qualitative approach support empathy?
- What does this article say is the particular strength of in-depth qualitative case studies for the focus of the question investigated in this study? (See page 32, item 3, then elaborate what this means in your own words).
- Based on the analysis and framework used in this article, what are the strengths and weaknesses of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods studies from the perspective of the authors?
- Why have case studies been so dominant in studying stakeholder involvement in evaluation?
- What is the article’s conclusion about the state of knowledge about stakeholder involvement based in all empirical research reviewed?