SAGE Journal Articles
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Chapman, M. V., & Stein, G. L. (2014). How do new immigrant Latino parents interpret problem behavior in adolescents? Qualitative Social Work 13(2), 270–287. doi: 10.1177/1473325012468478
Follow-up Activities for “How Do New Immigrant Latino Parents”:
- Discuss how the combination of a priori (determined beforehand) and data-derived codes assisted the development of patterns or “overarching themes.”
- Discuss how interview transcript data, rather than statistical data, led to the results.
Fox, R. (2014). Are those germs in your pocket, or am I just crazy to see you? An autoethnographic consideration of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Qualitative Inquiry 20(8), 966–975. doi: 10.1177/1077800413513732
Follow-up Activities for “Are Those Germs in Your Pocket”:
- Discuss whether analysis of one’s self (through autoethnography) is as viable as analyzing other people.
- Analyze the actions, reactions, and interactions of the author, as described in the article.
Tandoc, E. C. Jr., & Peters, J. (2014). One journalist, two roles: What happens when journalists also work as media coordinators? Journalism, 1–18. doi: 10.1177/1464884913520199
Follow-up Activities for “One Journalist, Two Roles”:
- Interpret which portions of interview and observation data provided opportunities to analyze the participants’ actions, reactions, and interactions.
- Discuss how the “5 Rs” (routines, rituals, rules, roles, and relationships) are depicted in the study’s participants and in the co-authors’ narrative.