Chapter 14: Second Cycle Cumulative Coding Methods

Pattern coding

Cranmer, G. A., Buckner, M. M., Pham, N., & Jordan, B. (2018). “I disagree”: An exploration of triggering events, messages, and effectiveness of athletes’ dissent. Communication & Sport, 6(5), 523–546. 

Eaton, J. (2017). The process of creating an ethnodrama highlighting late life potential through nursing student and older adult collaboration. Qualitative Research, 17(5) 498–519. 

Elaborative coding

Beritelli, P., & Reinhold, S. (2018). Chance meetings, the destination paradox, and the social origins of travel: Predicting traveler’s whereabouts? Tourist Studies, 18(4), 417–441. 

Nyachae, T. M., & Ohito, E. O. (online first, 2019). No disrespect: A womanist critique of respectability discourses in extracurricular programming for Black girls. Urban Education. 

Longitudinal coding

Kerrigan, M. R., & Johnson, A. T. (2019). Timing is everything: The utility of time-series analysis to capture causality in qualitative case-based policy inquiry. American Behavioral Scientist, 63(3), 296–314. 

Parker, E. A., McArdle, P. F., Gioia, D., Trilling, A., Bahr-Robertson, M., Costa, N., Berman, B. M., & D’Adamo, C. R. (2019). An onsite fitness facility and integrative wellness program positively impacted health-related outcomes among teachers and staff at an urban elementary/middle school. Global Advances in Health and Medicine, 8. 

Further reading

Fontana, J. L., Cranmer, G. A., & Sollitto, M. (online first, 2019). “Next person up”: Understanding collegiate student-athletes’ socialization experiences with teammate exit. Communication & Sport. 

Harte, J. D., Sheehan, A., Stewart, S. C., & Foureur, M. (2016). Childbirth supporters’ experiences in a built hospital birth environment: Exploring inhibiting and facilitating factors in negotiating the supporter role. Health Environments Research & Design Journal, 9(3), 135–161. 

Sanip, S. (2020). Research methodological challenges and recommendations for conducting a comparative qualitative longitudinal study across two countries on different continents. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 19. 

Stich, A. E., & Cipollone, K. (online first, 2017). In and through the urban educational “reform churn”: The illustrative power of qualitative longitudinal research. Urban Education.