Grounded Theory

Grounded Theory


expand the framework of your understanding of qualitative design, and then develop a set of questions intended for a grounded theory study.

Propose one overarching question (on your research topic interest that you presented in Week 1) and four sub-questions, which will result in open-ended responses that will address context, background, and motivations of your participants.

Then, write brief conclusions of your thoughts on asking personal questions. For example, what ethical considerations must be addressed to have this type of relationship with a participant?

Length: 2 pages

Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to the topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards.

Week one research below:

Overview of the research topic on clinical health

For research participants and researchers alike, a narrative inquiry is a pervasive structure with that they understand and portray the meanings and experiences of events, accounting for their conducts and behavior of others, and disclose themselves to others in a manner where they would wish to be seen. Besides, in doing this, the clinical researchers depict something of their social world structure. Therefore, for the reasons, the narratives, which individuals tell, offer important information concerning their experience in connection to social life and identity. Clinical researchers offer the structured approach in carrying out narrative analysis, which accounts for the means where individuals position themselves via narrating stories to the audience in the wider social life context (Bardou & Le Ray, 2013). The approach is epitomized by employing data from the research of the life of a family among the older persons who narrate stories o their parents. The approach in the narrative, which incorporates social and personal stories, is important for psychologists who desire to comprehend the identity and social life influence on the experience of people in the daily issues like being a male or being in the family or for specific issues like life-threatening traumatic and illness experience.