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Introduction: During this discussion you will begin the process of critiquing qualitative research. To prepare for this activity, you should have completed reading the required articles for this module. The 3 studies will be used for class discussions (M5D1-M6D1):
• Ethnography: Ironside, P. M. (2014). Enabling Narrative Pedagogy: Inviting, Waiting, and Letting Be. Nursing Education Perspectives,35(4), 212-218. doi:10.5480/13-1125.1
• Phenomenology: Wilson, A. (2014). Being a practitioner: An application of Heidegger’s phenomenology. Nurse Researcher, 21(6), 28-33. doi: 10.7748/nr.21.6.28.e1251
• Grounded Theory: Cone, P. H. & Giske, T. (2012). Teaching spiritual care: A grounded theory study among undergraduate nursing educators. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22, 1951- 1960. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2012.04203.
TEAM Discussion: For this activity, please continue to participate in the team you were assigned in Module 1. Research the questions listed under your assigned team and share the information with your peers. Please address all the points listed in your selected questions. Clearly present your perspective and well informed thoughts based on “ways of knowing” such as your professional development (personal knowing), new meaning/insights (aesthetic knowing), ethical considerations (ethic knowing), and citations (empiric knowing) from your text and other sources, such as recent nursing journal articles.
Team C: Grounded Theory
Describe the researcher’s role and participation in the study. Explain the methods used and how these support the design of the study. Appraise the relevance and significance of the literature and reported information within the context of the situation under study.
ATTENTION WRITER MAKE SURE THE ESSAY IS MAINLY ON TEAM C. IN ADDITION TEAM C ESSAY SHOULD BE MINIMUM ONE FULL PAGE.
ONLY FOR TEAM C ADDRESS THE 4 WAYS OF KNOWING PLEASE.
1. Attention writer please address each WAY OF KNOWING separately must be individually. One heading in bold
2. THE 4 WAYS OF KNOWING
3. Don’t forget to integrate the 4 ways f knowing into your comments. For instance, what are your feelings about this topic, what is your understanding of this situation, what is your self-knowledge… that is your personal knowing.
4. Empiric Knowing
5. Personal Knowing
6. Ethical Knowing
7. Aesthetic Knowing
One heading in bold) to address each area in Ways of Knowing
Aesthetic Knowing: Start your post with ….. In terms of aesthetic knowing, I personally think…….. or I professionally think…
Personal Knowing: Start your post with… In terms of personal knowing, I feel that…… or I had an experience that…….
Ethical Knowing: Start your post with …. In terms of ethical knowing, I respect that……. or I uphold values and virtues by…..
Empiric Knowing: Start your post with …In terms of empiric knowing, evidence shows………. (include citations here)…….. or Our readings ….(insert citations here). One solution to this problem is……..(include citations here). or One theory that support this idea is………. (include citations here).
Next: Participate in the discussion by posting your comments to at least one student in each of the other teams, write a discussion comment at least 200 words each. Ensure each comment is addressing the issue being discussed.
Team A: Ethnography
Discuss the major attributes of qualitative research and the role of the researcher as an observer/participant. Discuss the steps taken in obtaining and safeguarding the study’s participants for each study. Examine the appropriateness of the design used to answer the research question(s) and what the researcher reported to assure integrity, context, and accuracy of information.
Team B: Phenomenology
Describe the methods used for data collection and uncovering stories of participants related to the research question(s) being studied. Appraise the researcher’s role and steps taken to maintain the integrity, credibility, and trustworthiness of information elicited and reported.