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Unit 2

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  • Themes of Qualitative Inquiry

    INTRODUCTION

    Your Qualitative Research and Evaluation Methods text discusses 12 themes of qualitative inquiry, each of which fits into one of the following three categories:

    Design Strategies

    Design strategies include the following themes:
    • Naturalistic.
    • Emergent design.
    • Purposeful sampling.

    Data Collection and Fieldwork Strategies

    Data collection and fieldwork strategies include the following themes:
    • Qualitative data.
    • Personal experience and engagement.
    • Empathic neutrality and mindfulness.
    • Dynamic systems.

    Analysis Strategies

    Analysis strategies include the following themes:
    • Unique case orientation.
    • Inductive analysis and creative synthesis.
    • Holistic perspective.
    • Context sensitivity.
    • Voice, perspective, and reflexivity.

    Building Blocks of Qualitative Inquiry

    These 12 themes of qualitative inquiry:
    • Relate to a strategy that provides basic direction.
    • Are vital for understanding the value of qualitative research and qualitative data.
    • Show that a qualitative approach is the most appropriate way to acquire particular types of information.
    These themes might be considered some of the building blocks that can be used to develop strategies for conducting a qualitative inquiry. As building blocks of qualitative inquiry, they become integrated into the qualitative research methodologies.
    Reference
    Patton, M. Q. (2015). Qualitative research & evaluation methods (4th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

    OBJECTIVES

    To successfully complete this learning unit, you will be expected to:
    1. Explore the themes of qualitative inquiry.
    2. Discuss how to apply an identified theme to a qualitative study.
    3. Identify fundamental research philosophy assumptions (ontological, epistemological, axiological, and methodological) and their role in the qualitative research process.

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    [u02s1] Unit 2 Study 1

    STUDIES

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    Qualitative Research Proposal
    Transcript

    Readings

    Use your Qualitative Research & Evaluation Methods text to complete the following:
    • Read Chapter 2, "Strategic Themes in Qualitative Inquiry," pages 45–84. Focus on recognizing the 12 themes of qualitative inquiry.
    • Read Chapter 3, "Variety of Qualitative Inquiry Frameworks: Paradigmatic, Philosophical, and Theoretical Orientations," pages 85–168. Note: This is an assigned reading in Unit 3. Due to the large amount of reading in Unit 3, it is recommended that you start reading this chapter now.

    Multimedia

    Click Qualitative Research Proposal to launch the illustration. This illustration appears throughout the course to help guide you as you develop the various components of your course project. Boxcars will continue to be added to the train as you progress through the course. Each boxcar provides information regarding the development of individual components of a research proposal.

    Library Search

    Use the Capella University Library to select a research article from the academic literature within your discipline that portrays one or more of the 12 themes of qualitative inquiry. You will use this article in the unit discussion. Copy the article's persistent link so that you can provide it in that discussion. Note: The persistent link will be different from the URL of the page on which you find the article. It is usually listed in the article's detailed record or abstract. Refer to the Persistent Links and DOIs library guide for further guidance.
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    [u02d1] Unit 2 Discussion 1

    IDENTIFYING QUALITATIVE INQUIRY THEMES IN RESEARCH

    Resources

    For this discussion, complete the following:
    • Summarize briefly the article you selected during the library search in this unit's study.
    • Identify where you found the article.
    • Explain the theme as it is used in the article and as it relates to qualitative analysis.
    • Evaluate the theme you selected.
    • Discuss how you might apply the theme to a qualitative study. Be sure to provide your rationale for selecting the theme.

    Design Strategies

    Design strategies include the following themes:
    • Naturalistic inquiry.
    • Emergent design flexibility.
    • Purposeful sampling.

    Data Collection and Fieldwork Strategies

    Data collection and fieldwork strategies include the following themes:
    • Qualitative data.
    • Personal experience and engagement.
    • Empathic neutrality and mindfulness.
    • Dynamic systems.

    Analysis Strategies

    Analysis strategies include the following themes:
    • Unique case orientation.
    • Inductive analysis and creative synthesis.
    • Holistic perspective.
    • Context sensitivity.
    • Voice, perspective, and reflexivity.
    Response Guidelines
    Respond to the post of at least one other learner. Address the following questions in your response:
    • Do you understand the learner's summary of the article selected?
    • Do you understand the learner's explanation of the theme as it is used in the article and as it relates to qualitative analysis?
    • Do you think the learner has clearly presented the rationale given for selecting the theme?

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The study focused on determining the various impact of toxic leadership in the United
States Army. Toxic leadership has significant consequences to the overall organization and thus
effectively understanding some of the important effects of these, type of leadership will help in
effectively developing a better understanding of the underlying issues in leadership. This more
specific considering the United States Army, which is a very sensitive security organ providing
significant security and protection to the United States residents and thus the presence of toxic
leadership, is likely to lead to the negative organizational environment.
The study, therefore, focused on a 2-year review period where significan...

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