Characteristics of Qualitative Research

Characteristics of Qualitative Research
"Spirituality as Life Force,
Interconnectedness, and
Wholeness" (Courtesy
eds.b.ebscohost.com)
objective
generalizability
fact
reality
Mindmap References
Bengtsson, M. (2016). Research article: How
to plan and perform a qualitative study
using content analysis. Nursingplus Open,
28-14. doi:10.1016/j.npls.2016.01.001
HOW CULTURAL VALUES SHAPE LEARNING IN
OLDER ADULTHOOD: THE CASE OF MALAYSIA:
Appalachian State Univ: (n.d.). Retrieved June 15,
2017, from
http://eds.a.ebscohost.com/eds/detail/detail?vid=1&sid=f4668d0b-7a68-4f76-b5d6-079b64f2b885%40sessionmgr4006&hid=4110&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWRzLWxpdmUmc2NvcGU9c2l0ZQ%3d%3d#AN=5001872&db=a9h
Inductive Approach (Inductive Reasoning) Research Methodology. (n.d.). Retrieved June 13, 2017,
from
http://research-methodology.net/research-methodology/research-approach/inductive-approach-2/
Merriam, S. B. (2002). Qualitative research in
practice : examples for discussion and
analysis. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, c2002.
Merriam, S. B., & Mohamad, M. (2000).
HOW CULTURAL VALUES SHAPE LEARNING
IN OLDER ADULTHOOD: THE CASE OF
MALAYSIA. Adult Education Quarterly,
51(1), 45.
Mindmeister Template:
https://www.mindmeister.com/4570400/what-is-qualitative-research
Spirituality and emancipatory adult education in
women adult educators for ...: Appalachian State
Univ: (n.d.). Retrieved June 14, 2017, from
http://eds.b.ebscohost.com/eds/detail/detail?vid=9&sid=1096b36a-8224-48ed-95e8-0659fe896b79%40sessionmgr103&hid=119&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWRzLWxpdmUmc2NvcGU9c2l0ZQ%3d%3d#AN=507712785&db=eue
Tisdell, E. J. (2000). Spirituality and
emancipatory adult education in women
adult educators for social change. Adult
Education Quarterly, 50(4), 308-335.
doi:10.1177/074171360005000404
Researcher is the primary instrument:
Understanding; Responsive and Adaptive
Validity
Reliability
Trustworthiness
Biases
Misunderstandings
Richly Descriptive
Sample Set
Interviews
Reflexivity
Re-Membering
Bracketing
Pivotal Experiences
Intrinsic Motivation
subject
objective
generalizability
validity
reliability
truth
fact
reality
bias
Pedagogy in Adult Learners
Religious Backgrounds
Reconsidering and Reframing
Culture
Tradition
Socially Acceptable
Understand the meaning (providing
context, reflection)
CULTURAL VALUES, AGING, AND LEARNING
Interpretivism
Phenomenology
MALAYSIA AND MALAYSIAN VALUES
Learning Is Communal
Learning Is Spiritually and/or
Philosophically Driven
Learning Is Nonformal and Experiential
Spirituality
Horizontalization
Phenomenology
Emancipatory Adult Education in Women
Adult Educators
Social Change
Everyday Human Experiences
Typical experiences: Sociological or
Psychological phenomena
Common transitions of contemporary
interest
Inductive Process
Cultural Values (Western & Eastern): What is it?
Cultural Values: Where did they come from
(spiritual/philosophical)?
Cultural Values: How are the similar/different?
Spirituality & Emancipatory Education in
Women Adult Educators: What is it?
Spirituality & Emancipatory Education in
Women Adult Educators: Where did they
come from (spiritual/philosophical)?
Spirituality & Emancipatory Education in
Women Adult Educators:: How is it
similar/different?
Prevailing Strategies used in
both [7 of 8 provided in
Table 2.2 (Merriam, 2002, p.
31)
Triangulation
Peer Review
Reflexivity
Rich Thick Descriptions
Rich Thick Descriptions
Maximum variation
Triangulation
33