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”:

  1. Discuss how the combination of a priori (determined beforehand) and data-derived codes assisted the development of patterns or “overarching themes.”
  2. 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”:

  1. Discuss whether analysis of one’s self (through autoethnography) is as viable as analyzing other people.
  2. 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”:

  1. Interpret which portions of interview and observation data provided opportunities to analyze the participants’ actions, reactions, and interactions.
  2. Discuss how the “5 Rs” (routines, rituals, rules, roles, and relationships) are depicted in the study’s participants and in the co-authors’ narrative.