Chapter 4: Selecting First Cycle Coding Methods

Coding in mixed methods studies

Johnson, R. B., Russo, F., & Schoonenboom, J. (2019). Causation in mixed methods research: The meeting of philosophy, science, and practice. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 13(2), 143–162. 

Parrott, D. J., Swartout, K. M., Tharp, A. T., Purvis, D. M., & Topalli, V. (2020). Speak up! Prosocial intervention verbalizations predict successful bystander intervention for a laboratory analogue of sexual aggression. Sexual Abuse, 32(2), 220–243. 

New and hybrid coding schemes

Povilaitis, V., & Tamminen, K. A. (2018). Delivering positive youth development at a residential summer sport camp. Journal of Adolescent Research, 33(4), 470–495. 

Saldaña, J., & Mallette, L. A. (2017). Environmental coding: A new method using the SPELIT environmental analysis matrix. Qualitative Inquiry, 23(2), 161–167. 

Further reading

Prichard, S. (2017). A mixed-methods investigation of preservice music teaching efficacy beliefs and commitment to music teaching. Journal of Research in Music Education, 65(2), 237–257. 

Wayment, H. A., Al-Kire, R., & Brookshire, K. (2019). Challenged and changed: Quiet ego and posttraumatic growth in mothers raising children with autism spectrum disorder. Autism, 23(3), 607–618. 

Volk, D. (online first, 2017). Constructing literacy spaces in low-income homes and communities: A study of two Latino first graders and their families. Urban Education.

Westerman, N. K., Cobham, V. E., & McDermott, B. (2017). Trauma-focused cognitive behavior therapy: Narratives of children and adolescents. Qualitative Health Research, 27(2), 226–235. 

Zoethout, H., Wesselink, R., Runhaar, P., & Mulder, M. (2017). Using transactivity to understand emergence of team learning. Small Group Research 48 (2), 190–214.