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Qualitative research methods nerd thread incoming.

I just read Dr. Sally Thorne @salthorne 's excellent editorial in the journal @NursingInquiry , "Beyond Theming: Making Qualitative Studies Matter" #Free2DownloadAndRead…

Dr. Thorne points out to the canonical Strauss and Corbin's grounded theory work. That's how I was trained. That's where I cut my teeth. I learned to code and do thematic analysis with Strauss and Corbin, then I read the work of @ginnybraun and @drvicclarke, now canonical too.
I teach my students and research assistants how to do coding and theming. I use Johnny Saldaña's work on coding… and Ryan and Bernard on themes… and Braun and Clarke on thematic analysis…

And herein is the rub
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I know most of you are watching the US vs Netherlands world women's soccer final match, but I've got some time right now to write about reading strategies for undergraduates, so I'm going to go ahead. I'm using @christyzen 's Just Water and @Farhana_H2O Water Justice pieces.
I'll use @maliniranga and Carolina Balasz's piece in @urbgeog on environmental justice is #Free2DownloadAndRead… to show you how using topic sentences can help students (and readers!) figure out the core of your argument.
I'll start with @maliniranga and Balasz's piece as it allows me to show something I've reiterated in previous threads: writing the core idea of your paragraph at the beginning (i.e., as a "topic sentence") allows the reader to detect it (and facilitates reading the piece).
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Responses to Dr. @besencassino 's query on cool papers for a grad course on qualitative methods are fantastic. Am exhausted right now BUT self-promotion: @KateParizeau and I on ethics of ethnography of vulnerable populations… (PDF #Free2DownloadAndRead
Ok, my brain was friend 20 minutes ago, I think I still have some energy in me. In response to @besencassino on qualitative methods, here are a few suggestions. Obviously Cresswell, Goertz and @BentFlyvbjerg on case studies, I think we've literally left Yin 1984 behind.
If you want to introduce process tracing and causal case studies, the work of @IRgetsreal Derek Beach, @TheDapperChef is very important (I recognise I am showing my huge political science bias here). BUT, at the same time, I would encourage you to check Field Studies and IJQM.
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