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Data for Qualitative Research Report
Thematic Analysis
Your analysis of this data will form the basis of the Qualitative Research Report.
Use TA to answer the following research question for the report:
“What is the participant’s experience of their relationship with their father?”
Important reminders
You should read the transcript and make initial notes with the research question in mind. You don't
have to make initial notes for a line if it doesn't appear relevant to the research question.
You should complete ALL of your initial notes (Stage 1), before moving onto codes (Stage 2).
Remember that themes are basically a tidying up and refining of the initial notes. So, for example,
you can carry across the same phrases if they feel accurate or you can combine several initial notes
under the same code.
Analytic stage of TA
1
Become familiar with the data (the interview transcript) by reading it in a detailed manner several times
and identify items of potential interest (make notes)
2
Generate initial codes
3
Search for themes (cluster similar codes together)
4
Review potential themes
5
Define and name themes & identify support quotes
6
Write up analysis

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INTERVIEW A
1: Read & re-
read data and
make notes
*IR = Interviewer
* P = Participant
2: Generate
Initial Codes
IR
Firstly could you tell me a bit about your dad, I’m assuming he
is still alive, just what sort of man he is, what you remember of
him growing up, what he does for a living that kind of thing.
P
I’ll start now and work backwards, he is sixty five, a
solicitor, I see him as a shape, I see his face, hair
and his nose and I see him sitting at his desk in his
office.
His name is interesting, his name is Barry, people
always mistake me for someone called Barry or
they just think I’m called Barry.
My dad as a man, great sportsman, he was a
feather weight boxer, he is a slight man, six foot
tall, a compact wiry figure, cricket player, great
rugby player, still loves his sport now, which he
doesn’t play as much, which I think he finds
frustrating.
Emotionally, I don’t know my dad emotionally.
First thing that comes to mind, stepping outside the
normal range of emotions, I see him drunk laying on
the floor once, coming home from a rugby match or
something. I didn’t know what was going on, dad
laying on the floor next to the dog. I think my mum
found it quite funny.
And that’s the only really, extreme emotions I can
think of. I know he has been angry, infuriated, I
can’t see him being sad.
IR
When you were growing up, did he feel like a familiar
reassuring presence for you when you were a child, or was he
the sort of dad that was away a lot, absent.
P
There are going to be a lot of “don’t knows” here.
I see photographs of those early days, our first trip
abroad in our car and he was driving and in charge,
but my relationship is defined by availability. I
don’t feel him being close.
I remember the teenage years where he wasn’t
close and I think he tried to get closer to me. And I
didn’t want to get nearer to him. At the weekends
he would go and walk the dog, and he would say
come on let’s go and I wouldn’t want to do that.
My sister would go.
IR
Is it just you and your sister in the family?
P
And my mum.
IR
Yes in terms of siblings, are you older?
P
Yes I’m three years older. I’m kind of envious of
that now, because I feel like I missed out on
something.
At the time as a teenager I was a loner, or it was

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Data for Qualitative Research Report Thematic Analysis Your analysis of this data will form the basis of the Qualitative Research Report. Use TA to answer the following research question for the report: “What is the participant’s experience of their relationship with their father?” Important reminders • • You should read the transcript and make initial notes with the research question in mind. You don't have to make initial notes for a line if it doesn't appear relevant to the research question. You should complete ALL of your initial notes (Stage 1), before moving onto codes (Stage 2). Remember that themes are basically a tidying up and refining of the initial notes. So, for example, you can carry across the same phrases if they feel accurate or you can combine several initial notes under the same code. Analytic stage of TA 1 Become familiar with the data (the interview transcript) by reading it in a detailed manner several times and identify items of potential interest (make notes) 2 Generate initial codes 3 4 5 6 Search for themes (cluster similar codes together) Review potential themes Define and name themes & identify support quotes Write up analysis INTERVIEW A 1: Read & reread data and make notes *IR = Interviewer * P = Participant A1 IR Firstly could you tell me a bit about your dad, I’m assuming he is still alive, just what sort of man he is, what you remember of him growing up, what he does for a living that kind of thing. A2 P I’ll star ...
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