Juliet M. Corbin's research while affiliated with University of California, San Francisco and other places

Publications (19)

Book
Grounded theory methodology and procedure have become one of the most influential modes of carrying out qualitative research when generating theory is a principle aim of the researcher. This volume presents a series of readings that emphasize different aspects of grounded theory methodology and methods. The selections are written by former students...
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This article discusses why and how to make explicit the linkages between interaction and conditions affecting both the interaction and its consequences. The discussion aims at (a) extending the range of conditions/conseguences considered by researchers; (b) forcing self-consciousness in their analytic choices among these; (c) helping to trace the o...
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give an overview of the origins, purposes, uses, and contributions of grounded theory methodology / grounded theory is a general methodology for developing theory that is grounded in data systematically gathered and analyzed (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)
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This paper offers a set of related concepts for analyzing the interactional mechanics of how work is carried out in organizations, and for analyzing the structural/organizational conditions that bear upon work performance. Our analytic discussion centers around four main concepts: (a) articulation, (b) arrangements, (c) the process of working thing...
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Using grounded theory as an example, this paper examines three methodological questions that are generally applicable to all qualitative methods. How should the usual scientific canons be reinterpreted for qualitative research? How should researchers report the procedures and canons used in their research? What evaluative criteria should be used in...
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Using grounded theory as an example, this paper examines three methodological questions that are generally applicable to all qualitative methods. How should the usual scientific canons be reinterpreted for qualitative research? How should researchers report the procedures and canons used in their research? What evaluative criteria should be used in...
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Problems of managing chronic illness at home are addressed in terms of the concept of work: what types and subtypes of work, entailing what tasks, who does them, how, where, the consequences, the problems involved. Three types of work and consequences of their interplay are discussed: illness work, everyday life work, and biographical work. Theoret...
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Older people, who have the major share of chronic illness, are also especially likely to encounter problems in carrying out regimens. The regimens themselves may be exhausting or complex. In addition, regimen management in the home takes place within a context characterised by personal and environmental, as well as illness related conditions. There...
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Management of chronic illness by couples, within the context of their lives, has the potential to become problematic, especially if the illness is severe. Working together collaboratively appears to be one way that some couples are able to prevent, resolve, or circumvent problems and go on to do the illness and biographic work that is necessary to...
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First, practitioners in the health care field will be interested in this book—especially those who deal with the chronically ill outside of acute care hospitals, including nurses, social workers, psychologists, physicians, and home-care agency personnel. A second group of readers are professionals who are involved in establishing health-care policy...

Citations

... To examine the implicit justifications of daily ecological activity, the data collection and analysis were performed in line with the grounded theory tradition (Strauss and Corbin 1990;. According to this strategy, theoretical sampling was applied as it is an effective means for the researcher to develop research questions according to category saturation from the empirical data . ...
... The pilot patients were excluded from the final study sample. Interview guides used for data collection from both HCWs and patients were informed by the literature [12,20] and pre-tested. The research team consisted of three trained fieldworkers: KH (male), BC and BB (females) in the presence of the researcher TM (a female medical doctor practicing public health in Botswana who is not fluent in isiXhosa). ...
... Rights reserved. order concepts, or conceptual coding) based on informants' experience and information (Corbin & Strauss, 1990). The transition from interview quotes to first order concepts is illustrated in Table 2. Two researchers independently coded the interview transcripts and subsequently met to compare each other's codes. ...
... Under the influence of interactionism and pragmatism scholars, they drafted the GT research method after studying multiple interactionism and pragmatism scholars as well as relevant research [37]. Strauss and Corbin [38] believed that GT is an approach used for examining and studying the real world. Since GT is designed to develop theories, a series of "methods" is used to collect and analyze data [39]. ...
... Dabei wurden vier Studierende of Color und eine Schwarze Studierende interviewt 4 . Für die Auswertung nach der Grounded Theory (Strauss und Corbin 1996) wurden in allen Transkripten zunächst die Themen durch das offene Codieren identifiziert und danach mithilfe von Schlüssel-und Untercodes miteinander in Verbindung gebracht. Die Erzählungen beziehen sich auf insgesamt sieben Studiengänge im Bereich der Sozialen Arbeit, Psychologie, Sprach-, Kultur-und Geisteswissenschaften an der Universität Wien, der Fachhochschule und einer privaten Universität in Wien. ...
... The app co-design process yielded two separate applications: 1) a version for EcoFiltro staff including the protocol for POU water quality testing (beta-tester interviews); and 2) a community version which excluded this capability (alpha-tester interviews). Interviews were coded using a grounded theory approach [23]. We created the overall structure of the app based on preliminary discussions with EcoFiltro leadership and integrated audiovisual content produced by EcoFiltro. ...
... The interviews and observations were conducted during November 2017 and August 2020. A thematic content analysis of all the transcribed data was carried out using an inductive approach (Strauss et Corbin 2003). The correlation between organizational issues and investigative commitment emerged as a major theme in journalists' comments about their practices and working environments, especially with regard to investigation teams. ...
... On a national level The Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions was commissioned to organize funding for the country's county councils and municipalities to organize collaboration projects in order to improve the care for frail older people still living at home and in need of both health-and social care. With inspiration from the Matrix by Corbin and Strauss (1996), one can say that the collaboration project moved from the national level in the matrix as the whole implementation project was initiated and funded by a national authority and all the way to the individual level and vice versa. What is then happening at the various levels depends on and influences events and actions on the other levels in a complex and almost incalculable way. ...
... Following the case study method, the analysis followed guidelines of qualitative analysis (Strauss & Corbin, 1998) and case study protocols (Yin, 2017). Data for each case were analyzed separately and put together to perform a cross-case analysis. ...
... Our qualitative methodology is based on critical discourse analysis (CDA), which links linguistic and social-theoretic analysis (Chouliaraki and Fairclough, 1999), and grounded theory methodology, which maintains an iterative process between data collection, analysis, and theory-building (Strauss and Corbin, 1994). CDA examines how issues are defined, framed, and problematized, with attention to processes of social construction and the operation of social hierarchies. ...