Chapter 11: Methods of Themeing the Data

Themeing the data: Categorically

Albritton, K., Cureton, J. L., Byrd, J. A., & Storlie, C. A. (online first, 2019). Exploring perceptions of the path to work/life success among middle school students of color. Journal of Career Development. 

Amsbary, J., Able, H., Schertz, H. H., & Odom, S. L. (online first, 2020). Parents’ voices regarding using interventions for toddlers with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Early Intervention

Themeing the data: Phenomenologically

Awuviry-Newton, K. Tavener, M., Wales, K. & Byles, J. (online first, 2020). Interpretative phenomenological analysis of the lived experiences of older adults regarding their functional activities in Ghana. Journal of Primary Care and Community Health. 

Bagwell-Gray, M. E. (2019). Women’s healing journey from intimate partner violence: Establishing positive sexuality. Qualitative Health Research, 29(6), 779–795. 

Mestasummary and metasynthesis

Bondie, R. S., Dahnke, C., & Zusho, A. (2019). How does changing “one-size-fits-all” to differentiated instruction affect teaching? Review of Research in Education, 43, 336–362. 

Dyckman, C. S., & Conroy, M. M. (online first, 2020). Novel methods, novel metrics: Using a meta-ethnography to create a plan quality framework for sustainable and resilient social–ecological systems. Journal of Planning Literature. 

Further reading

Befus, D. R., Hull, S., de Oliveira, J. S., Schmidler, G. S., Weinberger, M., Coeytaux, R. R., & Labatt, A. (2019). Nonpharmacological self-management of migraine across social locations: An equity-oriented, qualitative analysis. Global Advances in Health and Medicine, 8. 

Dinh, N. B. K., Caliskan, A., & Zhu, C. (online first, 2020). Academic leadership: Perceptions of academic leaders and staff in diverse contexts. Educational Management Administration & Leadership. 

Howson, A., Turell, W., & Roc, A. (2018). Perceived self-efficacy in B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphomas: Qualitative outcomes in patient-directed education. Health Education Journal, 77(4), 430–443. 

Kerman, N., & Sylvestre, J. (2020). Service use and recovery among currently and formerly homeless adults with mental illness. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 66(4), 389–396

Kumi-Yeboah, A. (2020). Educational resilience and academic achievement of immigrant students from Ghana in an urban school environment. Urban Education, 55(5), 753–782. 

Leong, C. K., & Stephenson, M. L. (online first, 2020). Deciphering food hawkerpreneurship: challenges and success factors in franchising street food businesses in Malaysia. Tourism and Hospitality Research. 

Madsen, W., Judd, J., Williams, S. L., McKenzie, F., Deagon, J., & Ames, K. (2020). Time as a social and environmental determinant of health for rural women. Health Education & Behavior, 47(3), 468–473. 

Neumann, M. S., Carey, J. W., Flores, S. A., Fisher, H. H., Hoyte, T., Pitts, N., Carry, M., & Freeman, M. (2018). Improving linkage, retention, and reengagement in HIV care in 12 metropolitan areas. Health Promotion Practice, 19(5), 704–713. 

Rawls, J. D., & Petchauer, E. (online first, 2020). “Be current, or you become the old man”: Crossing the generational divide in hip-hop education. Urban Education.

Salem, B. E., Kwon, J., & Ames, M. (2018). On the frontlines: Perspectives of providers working with homeless women. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 40(5), 665–687. 

Shaw, R. D. (online first, 2020). Instructional expertise and micropolitics: The social networks of instrumental music teachers. Journal of Research in Music Education. 

Stievano, A., Bellass, S., Rocco, G., Olsen, D., Sabatino, L., Vergata, T., & Johnson, M. (2018). Nursing’s professional respect as experienced by hospital and community nurses. Nursing Ethics, 25(5) 665–683. 

Stotz, S., Charron-Prochownik, D., Terry, M. A., Gonzales, K., & Moore, K. (2019). Reducing risk for gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) through a preconception counseling program for American Indian/Alaska Native girls: Perceptions from women with type 2 diabetes or a history of GDM. The Diabetes Educator, 45(2), 137–145.

Xu, W., & Zammit, K. (2020). Applying thematic analysis to education: A hybrid approach to interpreting data in practitioner research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 19, 1–9. 

Bill, D., & Casola, A. (2016). Developing, implementing, and evaluating a Latino service learning project in an accelerated MPH community health course for health education students. Pedagogy in Health Promotion, 2(3), 184–192. 

Campuzano, M. V. (2019). Force and inertia: A systematic review of women’s leadership in male-dominated organizational cultures in the United States. Human Resource Development Review, 18(4), 437–469. 

Deuchar, R., Miller, J., & Densley, J. (2019). The lived experience of stop and search in Scotland: There are two sides to every story. Police Quarterly, 22(4), 416–451. 

McArthur, S. A., & Muhammad, G. E. (online first, 2020). Pens down, don’t shoot: An analysis of how Black young women use language to fight back. Urban Education. 

McBain, T. D., & Reeves, P. (2019). Women’s experience of infertility and disenfranchised grief. The Family Journal, 27(2), 156–166. 

Saldaña, J. (2018). Researcher, analyze thyself. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 17(1), 1–7. 

Schertz, H. H., Call-Cummings, M., Horn, K., Quest, K., & Law, R. S. (2018). Social and instrumental interaction between parents and their toddlers with autism: A qualitative analysis. Journal of Early Intervention, 40(1), 20–38. 

Sharma, S. A., & Pang, S. (2015). Creating new opportunities for lesson study in an online reading clinic. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, 64(1), 415–428. 

Williamson, C., Van Rooyen, A., Shuttleworth, C., Binnekade, C., & Scott, D. (2020). Wuity as a philosophical lens for qualitative data analysis. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 19, 1–11. 

Ellison, S., & Aloe, A. M. (2019). Doing identity work and risky endeavors? A qualitative research synthesis of predominantly White, middle-class parents’ decision making in the context of urban school choice. Education and Urban Society, 51(1), 72–98. 

Parsons, S. A., Vaughn, M., Scales, R. Q., Gallagher, M. A., Parsons, A. W., Davis, S. G., Pierczynski, M., & Allen, M. (2018). Teachers’ instructional adaptations: A research synthesis. Review of Educational Research, 88(2), 205–242. 

Puurveen, G., Baumbusch, J., Gandhi, P. (2018). From family involvement to family inclusion in nursing home settings: A critical interpretive synthesis. Journal of Family Nursing, 24(1), 60–85.