Grounded theory in media research and the use of the computer
SourceCommunications, 25, 4, (2000), pp. 407-432
Article / Letter to editor
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SW OZ NISCO CW
Methodenleer - t/m 2007
This article offers, from a perspective of Grounded Theory, a comprehensive summary of general procedures for qualitative analysis and the advantages of the use of the computer. The Grounded Theory Approach is one of the most elaborated methods in the field of interpretive analysis within which analytical and methodological strategies are intertwined in a developmental research cycle. We illustrate how computers facilitate these strategies and discuss the problems researchers meet in every phase of the ongoing process of analysis.
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