GPs were driven by a desire to help patients, and so they benefited from regular positive feedback to reinforce the value of their social prescribing referrals. The overarching research question is answered by three sub-questions, corresponding with each of the three articles of the thesis. Being friends with the abuser as well as with the victim created additional complexities. Virginia Braun, The University of Auckland ALS levels, perceptions and motivations towards sustained PA engagement over time. Thematic analysis was conducted on the open-ended questions. Osteoarthritis may have significant negative impacts on the welfare of both dogs and their owners. Rather, we encourage the knowing selection and use of analytic methods and methodologies in counselling and psychotherapy research. Useful papers on (reflexive) thematic analysis by I offer some suggestions for avoiding methodolatry and some opinions on how we might develop and use qualitative research more effectively in health psychology. Specifically, the purpose of this study was to explore the opinions and perceptions of high-level, self-identified perfectionists from sport, dance, and music. POS Thematic analysis. OJSTA GPs lacked the capacity, and formal training, to effectively engage with community groups for patients with mental health problems. Highlighting how practice-based IPE improved patient care and safety created a clear rationale for implementation. fostering internal L2 feedback; iii. This chapter draws upon a range of data to consider the socio-cultural as well as legal contexts of republishing as weaponised visibility. APD AHS Experiential approaches aim to capture participants’ experiences and perspectives and ground research in participants’ accounts, rather than researcher’s categories, but view language as a reflection of “internal categories of understanding” (Reicher, 2000: 3), and so assume it is possible to ‘read off’ participants’ thoughts, feelings and practices from their use of language. Three overarching themes were identified: drive, accomplishment, and strain. We turn in particular to recent theoretical and methodological innovations within qualitative research in order to help us progress toward a more reflexive psychological science where subjectivity is re-viewed as a resource that can be tapped in order to contextualize and enrich the psychological research process and its products. Recent surveys show that 27% of married Palestinian women experienced some form of violence from their husbands over a 12 months' period, but only 5% had sought formal help, and rarely from health services. Hence, researchers define PBS as “the scientific study of behavior change, using the principles of behavior, to evoke or elicit a targeted behavioral change” (Furman and Lepper, 2018, p. 104) in people with challenging behaviors. Opportunities for young people to participate in making activities—either within school-based learning or within the growing number of makerspaces being established outside of formal education—have increased dramatically in recent years. Understanding the philosophical tenets of hermeneutic phenomenology allows nurses to preserve possibilities of interpretations in thinking. disconnected stakeholders and community distrust of the university. YM, Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2019). We also aim to promote understanding of the divergences in philosophy and procedure among different approaches to thematic analysis - this lecture 'unpacks' some of these: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4voVhTiVydc, th conducting empirical research using story completion on a wide variety of topics and producing guidance on the implementation of the story completion as a qualitative research technique - read more here: https://www.psych.auckland.ac.nz/en/about/story-completion/about-story-completion.html. These conditions create a favourable environment for normalising practice-based IPE in healthcare curriculums, benefitting students, patients, and the overall healthcare service. Designing for sustainability is a fundamental challenge for future design practices; designers have to obtain an ability to contribute to sustainable transition processes. The chapter addresses designing for sustainability as interventions in socio-technical systems and social practices of users and communities. This research demonstrates that veterinary surgeons and owners want dogs with clinical signs of osteoarthritis to be happy and comfortable, but that ineffective communication and lack of trust in the consulting room may be a barrier. Lack of knowledge of available services, concern about the health care primary focus on physical issues, lack of privacy in health consultations, lack of trust in confidentiality, fear of being labelled ‘mentally ill’ and losing access to their children were all highlighted. In Liamputtong, P. JGIS This paper interrogates these ideas, adopting a postfeminist sensibility and collaborative research approach to examine the online self-representations of a female athlete and blogger. JDAIP A social cognitive view of responsive pedagogy posits that students exercise agency in feedback dialogues recursively between internal and external feedback through three phases of self-regulation: forethought; monitoring; and self-reflection. Reflexive approaches (e.g. IJMNTA Social cannabis use facilitated enacting new friendships and fostering existing relationships. The benefits of exercise on general health are well publicised and indeed more so for people with osteoarthritis, but there is a lack of engagement in exercise by the general public, and further lack of engagement by people with osteoarthritis. Methods In the field of qualitative psychology a distinction can be made between experiential and critical approaches (Braun & Clarke, 2012a, Reicher, 2000), both of which involve some kind of critique of mainstream psychology. Reflexive thematic analysis identified the following three interrelated themes: (1) relevant information and content, (2) accessibility of format and helpful structure, and (3) strategies to optimise use and implementation in practice. trajectories in PA levels were observed over time with Daily Mile participants demonstrating Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. Sources of Enjoyment, Subjectivity in Psychological Science: From Problem to Prospect, Qualitative and quantitative methods: When stories converge, Participant Perceptions of Exercise Programs for Overweight Women, Collecting Qualitative Date: Beyond the face-to-face interview, Story Telling about COVID-19 restrictions in the UK and New Zealand, Exploring the potential of story completion as a qualitative research technique, Toward a chaos-friendly reflexivity: Dialogical considerations and perspectives, REPENSAR A ESCALA COMO UMA CATEGORIA GEOGRÁFICA: DA ANÁLISE PARA A PRÁTICA. The interviews were transcribed and analysed using thematic analysis from phenomenological, discourse analytic and narrative analytic perspectives within an epistemological macro-stance of critical realism. OJN The objective of the thesis is to examine conditions that facilitate feedback practice as responsive pedagogy in teaching English as a foreign language (EFL). T… Since initially writing on thematic analysis in 2006, the popularity of the method we outlined has exploded, the variety of TA approaches have expanded, and, not least, our thinking has developed and shifted. As the psychological nature and consequences of PMDD often seem indistinguishable from symptoms of other mental health difficulties, this condition presents distinct diagnostic challenges for healthcare professionals. JMGBND Purpose: Mulkay's suggestion for a dialogic analytical exchange with one's participants is also considered. This paper explores women’s emotional responses and coping strategies in the context of IPSV, using the sociological concept of “emotion work” to make sense of their experiences. Braun & Clarke, 2006. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. Data were analysed using reflexive thematic analysis. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 15 international/professional athletes, dancers, and musicians. Data were analysed using reflexive thematic analysis. Collecting Qualitative Data: Beyond the face-to-face interview This six-phase process for thematic analysis is based on the work of Braun and Clarke and their reflexive approach to thematic analysis. References: Braun, V., Clarke, V., 2019, Reflecting on reflexive thematic analysis, Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 11:2, 589-597 One semi-structured interview was conducted with 17 participants. Subsequently, the themes were refined so that patterns of meaning were recorded. reflexivity by self-conscious concern for their own role in the construction of social—scientific knowledge, new paradigm co-operative inquirers interpret a need for reflexivity by including their participants as fully self-reflexive co-researchers. Thematic Analysis. Women feared being blamed and ostracised by family members and others, or experiencing an escalation of violence. The findings can be used to inform the design of tailored approaches to reduce the harms presented by the non-medical use of pharmaceuticals among young adults. WJNSE However, deciding what role to play in supporting their friend was constructed as challenging due to conflicting expectations that arose in the context of friendship. JTTs It is not tied to a particular theoretical framework, and it does not come with methodological stipulations about, for example, how to sample, or to collect data. PLEASE NOTE PART 3 IS NOT YET AVAILABLE & IT IS LIKELY TO BE SOME TIME BEFORE IT IS. Methods Victoria commented that she thought that TA evolved from content analysis, and therefore predated grounded theory, and discussed her recent discovery of the use of a variant of TA in psychotherapy research in the 1930s-1950s. IJOHNS Semi-structured interviews were carried out with participants (n = 19) shortly after programme completion. Organizational resilience was defined as “the dynamic capability of an organization to successfully deal with significant change. OJRad PowerPoint slides from the Braun, Clarke & Hayfield Qualitative Methods Online Teaching & Learning Resources Collaboration (QMOTLRC) • Narration by Victoria Clarke 3. Practice-based IPE remains a complex model and the trajectory of embedding in healthcare curriculums will differ globally. First, the relevance of L2 feedback dialogues was emphasised in the exploration of the first sub-question, although feedback was often controlling or resembling Initiation-Response-Evaluation (IRE) interactions in the first language (L1). This paper draws on a 4-month participant observational study of game play and interest among active older women (aged 63-83, N=14). In this article I raise concerns about methodolatry: the privileging of methodological concerns over other considerations in qualitative health research. In this paper we call for a more concerted effort to understand the ways in which pornography might be used in, and contribute to, intimate partner sexual violence (IPSV). Why. initiatives is not only measured by short term impact on PA levels, but on Graphene There is growing evidence for the use of social prescribing as a means to improve the mental health of patients. Drawing principally on Braun and Clarke’s (2013; 2006) work, the chapter outlines when the use of this method is suitable and makes practical suggestions about how to plan and conduct TA research. Online Discussion Forums: A Rich and Vibrant Source of Data La reflexividad afín al caos se presenta aquí como un opuesto conceptual y una alternativa a otros modelos de pensamiento reflexivo que no están abiertos a la debilidad epistemológica de la emergencia, la complejidad, la incertidumbre y la impredecibilidad. The, To understand how people make sense of the restrictions and rules related to COVID-19 lockdown, and the navigation, negotiation, compliance with, and potential breaking of restrictions. CMB JCDSA These could guide friends on how to play an effective support role while also maintaining the friendship and managing the significant emotional impacts of providing help. The main themes are (a) recruitment within health contexts ("the nurse said it would help"), (b) altruism ("if it can help somebody"), (c) qualitative research being seen as inherently innocuous ("nothing to lose"), and (d) therapeutic aspects of interviewing ("getting it off my chest"). Next. Design: 25 adolescent and young adult survivors of childhood cancer completed semi-structured interviews regarding how they appraise and respond to changing somatic sensations within the uncertain context of survivorship. OJNeph First, we found that strategic planning is needed, with a coherent implementation agenda and planned reflection on activities. IJAMSC OJDM This study uses a qualitative approach involving one-to-one interviews with GPs from across the UK. 266 Downloads  428 Views  Citations, Performance Analysis of an AMC System with an Iterative V-BLAST Decoding Algorithm, DOI: OJIC CE Results Reflecting on Reflexive Thematic Analysis. The conceptual framework of the thematic analysis for my interviews was mainly built upon the theoretical positions of Braun and Clarke (2006). Symptoms as signals of bodily threat (theme 1) captured that participants described commonly interpreting and worrying about everyday sensations as indicating cancer recurrence or new illness. All instruments and procedures were piloted prior to data collection. GM collected from four schools of low socio-economic status at baseline and follow Young women who experience intimate partner violence (IPV) are most likely to turn to their friends for help. ), Handbook of research methods in health and social sciences (pp. Defiendo que esta maniobra analítica no es ni útil ni necesaria, y sintetiza sus consecuencias en los análisis sobre política de escala. Based on our findings, we identify key areas to address in developing interventions to assist friends to respond to young women experiencing IPV. ABCR EMAE up (eight months later). capitalising on students’ EFL competence. JAMP Through this dynamic and reflective process, researchers generate new patterns of shared meaning founded upon a central concept or understanding, ... 2. Little is known about the factors that motivate use in non-Western contexts. When seemingly public content on Facebook was republished on a denunciatory Tumblr page, it was re-contextualised, and its authors came under greater public scrutiny. IIM 124 Downloads  269 Views  Citations. JQIS Should I not use TA? That said TA also provides a tool that offers the potential for nuanced, complex, interpretative analysis. If unmanaged, it can lead to chronic, lifelong complications. 2. Braun, Clarke & Hayfield Thematic Analysis Part 1 1. OJML These phases include: (1) data familiarisation; (2) coding the data set; (3) generation of initial themes; (4) reviewing themes; (5) defining and naming themes; and, (6) writing up the analytic narrative in the context of the literature (Braun & Clarke, 2006;Clarke, Braun & Hayfield, 2015). "Thematic Analysis." In suggesting how epistemological and ontological positionings can be translated into research practice, our article contributes to cur-rent debates aiming to bridge the gap between abstract epistemological discus-sions and the nitty-gritty of research practice. MSA Primary diagnoses included; schizophrenia and affective disorders, mood disorders and personality disorders. Results: Three main themes were developed: 1) “Trying to make things work in the bedroom”, describes the deep acting women undertook to convince themselves that their own sexual deficiencies were to blame for the abuse. The research is conducted in Norwegian lower secondary school and considers three distinct perspectives: the classroom perspective (art. OJMS CC InfraMatics Is there more to qualitative data collection than (face-to-face) interviews? These determinants predict more long-term effects and, when it IJAA Veterinary surgeons described a consistent 'typical osteoarthritis' presentation that they recognised through history taking and clinical examination. These differences Conclusion. Transcripts from both datasets were thematically analysed using a contextualist epistemology with an ontology based on critical realism to construct convergent themes from latent and semantic codes. Palestinian women’s agency to be proactive in help-seeking for DV is clearly limited. Drawing on our doctoral experiences, we reflect on the possibilities and limits of reflexivity during the interpretive stages of research.We explore how reflexivity can be operationalized and discuss reflexivity in terms of the personal, interpersonal, institutional, pragmatic, emotional, theoretical, epistemological and ontological influences on our research and data analysis processes. We developed themes as stories about the data, through a combination of our theoretical approaches, research questions, understanding of literature, and the data themselves, ... Constructivist principles of the constant comparative method emphasise flexibility throughout the different phases of the coding process, while highlighting the co-construction of knowledge. JILSA In this reflexive commentary, we look back at some of the unspoken assumptions that informed how we wrote our 2006 paper. For researchers to identify, analyze and report on themes in the data, a reflexive thematic analysis technique was used, ... Due to the extent of data variety, sub-themes come in different forms: as fully realized patterns of shared meaning united around a core concept. ACT The child-attracted profiles were labelled socially energized, psychologically distressed, interpersonally problematic, and childhood focused. ASM Such a framework opens up the space for an interdisciplinary discussion of what this form of reflexivity might possibly add to social theory and research, with the critical objective of making it more relevant to contemporary social and, Resumo: Nas últimas duas décadas, os geógrafos humanos teorizaram fortemente a escala, e intensificaram as afirmações de que ela é um elemento fundamental da teoria geográfica. AIT OALibJ Jamie McGann, Sarah Meegan, Elaine Murtagh, Christina Duff, Sarahjane Belton, KEYWORDS: Online reputation has long been established as one of the most important signals of trustworthiness and reliable service provision on digital platforms. JMP Estos resultados permiten reflexionar sobre la importancia de comprender la subjetividad en interacción con los trasfondos socioculturales si se busca responder a las necesidades reales de esta población. Existing literature exploring exercise perspectives is dominated by SMI populations living in the community. The findings of this study highlight the critical importance of the accurate and timely detection of PMDD, with the aim of preventing women from experiencing severe and prolonged psychological distress. While several forms of reputation portability can be observed in practice, the design of adequate solutions has thus far received no scholarly attention. A common thread throughout participants responses is that there is a question of trust towards genetic algorithms within industry. Thematic analysis is a poorly demarcated, rarely acknowledged, yet widely used qualitative analytic method within psychology. MPS “…The Way That You Do It”: An Exploratory Study Investigating a Process- versus Outcome-Oriented Approach to School-Based Physical Activity Promotion. AS The approach presented is similar to Grounded Theory - in that it is inductive, content-driven, and searches for themes within textual data - and is complementary to Grounded Theory on many levels. accommodation site. In this exploratory Behavioural interventions that address cardiovascular risk factors such as physical inactivity and hypertension help reduce recurrence risk following a transient ischaemic attack (TIA) or "minor" stroke, but an optimal approach for providing secondary prevention is unclear. Background: Guided cognitive behavioral self-help is a recommended first-line treatment for eating disorders (EDs) such as bulimia nervosa (BN) or binge eating disorder (BED). The findings suggest that prescription drugs are being strategically and instrumentally deployed by users to enhance different domains of social life. “the way that we do it”. This step-by-step guide draws on the authors' many years of experience carrying out qualitative research and conducting trainings on the subject. AAD We've developed this site to provide a key resource for people are interested in learning about, teaching about, and/or doing, TA – especially the approach we’ve developed: reflexive thematic analysis. Gareth Terry Nikki Hayfield Victoria Clarke Virginia Braun. Conclusion: Social cognitive theory highlights students’ self-regulation and self-efficacy. Thematic analysis was used to identify patterns and themes within the transcripts. Yet, it has been neglected in research, policy and practice. Academic enhancements also motivated cannabis use. Emerging research has examined the experiences of child-attracted persons. Braun V, Clarke V. (Mis)conceptualising themes, thematic analysis, and other problems with Fugard and Potts’ (2015) sample-size tool for thematic analysis. Hypothetically Speaking: Using Vignettes as a Stand-Alone Qualitative Method Participants stated that drug use enabled them to meet the pressures associated with work, academia, and parental expectations. NS Responses to this have emerged with the popularity of a flexible, pragmatic approach in the form of thematic analysis and with the advocacy of a pluralist approach in which the achievement of rich, deep analyses through the use of several qualitative methods in conjunction has been prioritised. ... Terry, G & Hayfield N. (2019). Virginia Braun is a Professor in the School of Psychology at The University of Auckland.She is a feminist and (critical) health psychologist and teaches and researches in these areas. Conclusions: PLEASE NOTE PART 3 IS NOT YET AVAILABLE - IT IS LIKELY TO BE SOME TIME BEFORE IT IS. Organizing construct: MI Another commonly used approach to thematic analysis is the method presented in the psychology literature by Braun and Clarke . Victoria Clarke and Nikki Hayfield, University of the West of England, Bristol Int J Soc Res Methodol. Background: Four major sources of enjoyment emerged from the data: social and life opportunities, perceived competence, social recognition of competence, and the act of skating. OJEM This work provides much needed evidence relating to the optimal design and timing of digital interventions for elective orthopaedic surgical patients. level of challenge, 3) Importance However, within an applied context a phenomenological approach is primarily concerned with characterizing and summarizing perceptions and lived experiences and applying the results to a particular research problem, rather than building and assessing theoretical models"--, Investigated the sources of sport enjoyment for 26 former national championship figure-skating competitors who were currently coaching. OJMC We conducted 25 semistructured interviews in 2019-2020 with PrEP providers in New South Wales and Western Australia, and analyzed data thematically. Background In our discipline (psychology), students typically learn about qualitative research only after they have been fully immersed in the norms, values and methods of scientific psychology. Finally, we outline the disadvantages and advantages of thematic analysis. How do gym members engage with music during exercise? perspective, 4 key themes, 1) Affordance of choice, 2) An appropriate OJAB The seminar will provide guidance on methods that are under-utilised within qualitative research, or that offer new and interesting angles to qualitative researchers. This seminar answers with a resounding yes, and introduces delegates to a range of exciting, often novel, techniques for collecting qualitative data in the social and health sciences. initiative, presents as a more viable way of positively impacting children’s PA Thematic analysis (TA) is one of a cluster of analytic approaches you can use, if you want to identify patterns of meaning across a qualitative dataset. OJAnes AJPS Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine syndrome that disproportionally affects women of childbearing age (~8% to 13% of women worldwide). In this paper, we argue that it offers an accessible and theoretically flexible approach to analysing qualitative data. Yet when physical posters of the denunciations appeared in the nation’s capital, a counter-denunciation arose against the anonymous authors of the Tumblr page, and a broader debate emerged about the appropriateness of these tactics. They were recruited from a non-governmental organisation offering social and legal support. CN The participants also provided valuable suggestions for how similar future web-based interventions could be improved and, in the context of EDs, how programs can be designed to be more inclusive of people by encompassing different demographic and clinical characteristics. The usefulness of findings depends on researchers improving their research skills and practices. We draw on data from a study of foreign domestic helpers in Hong Kong to demonstrate how ‘dwelling’ in the language of participants’ ‘ek-sistence’ supported us in a process of thematic analysis. Select Journal Conforming to masculinity norms to avoid shaming necessitated excessive cannabis use among men, but women strategically used excuses to escape using large quantities. The results from a survey showing the attitudes of engineers and students with design experience with respect to optimisation algorithms are presented. Given the growing interest in organizational environments in sport, the purpose of the study was to construct a definition of organizational resilience and identify resilient characteristics of elite sport organizations. OJOG LCE “The Active School Flag” is a whole school Yet attendant with this move has been a growing concern that scale has become an unwieldy concept laden with multiple, contradictory and problematic meanings. Creating diverse educator networks and embedding practice-based IPE in organisational strategy may incentivise engagement across a greater range of professions. The student had read Qualitative Research in Counselling and Psychotherapy (McLeod, 2011), a text which presents TA as a variant of grounded theory. Successful Qualitative Research: A Practical Guide for Beginners, Transforming Qualitative Information: Thematic Analysis and Code Development, Reflexive Accounts and Accounts of Reflexivity in Qualitative Data Analysis, Methodolatry and Qualitative Health Research, "It's No Skin off My Nose": Why People Take Part in Qualitative Research, Thematic analysis in organizational research, Thematic analysis - FULL TEXT IS NOT AVAILABLE PLEASE DO NOT REQUEST, Template Analysis for Business and Management Students, An in-depth study of former elite figure skaters: 3. Short but Often Sweet: The Surprising Potential of Qualitative Survey Methods Reflexive thematic analysis of these interviews produced four key themes by which participants considered the ethics of in-game actions: 1) Game Boundaries; 2) Consequences for Play; 3) Player Sensibilities; and 4) Virtuality. The fourth—discourse analysis—is less widely used but importantly exemplifies the critical qualitative research tradition. Thus, we share Hammersley’s (2015) concerns that their tool will be used by funding bodies and others (e.g. Background Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a complex and disabling condition that affects women of reproductive age, characterised by severe physical and psychological symptoms that occur cyclically and remit following the onset of menses. JSBS AM study, a mixed methods research approach is taken to examine the The analysis contributes both to the qualitative literature about generic research participation and to a germinal literature exploring qualitative health research participation. OJC Almost all owners had made lifestyle changes in order to care for their dog, including substantial modifications to routines and, in some cases, employment. Methods Objectives. student surveys (1137 students; six schools); and iii. OJCB The specific case is the reconfiguration of agendas/vision, technologies, actors and institutions in the emergent design of an urban mobility, This paper considers some of the implications of reflexivity for the practice of psychological research. 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