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I am having a little trouble getting my head around thematic coding of qualitative data for my research,, I don't know if its what I should be doing but have no hope with any other statistical analysis - can anyone offer any advice or recommend any reading that might help?
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Hi,
What exactly do you want to know. For instance, are you wondering how to derive themes or you can't find any themes in the interviews?
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I’m supposed to be analysing articles as I can only use secondary research. I was told to code the information but do not know how to go about doing that, what do I code and how do I derive themes? Is it doable for articles?
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Yeah, it's doable. In regards to my experience,
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Yeah, it's doable. In regards to my experience, I'd suggest content analysis rather than thematic analysis. Content analysis will prove to be a bit simple than thematic analysis. Further, using the sugested approach will give you a window to represent your findings statistically.
First read about about content analysis. If the approach interests you, I'll offer some insights about how to go about it. If you will decide to stick to thematic analysis, I'll still be available to guide you on how to analyse your articles.
Thank you in advance.
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