For this discussion, provide a summary of the scholarly article you found related to Clinical and the 12 themes of qualitative inquiry, and the library search methods you used to find it. Describe what keywords you used to conduct your library search, why you selected those keywords, and how you found the article, including the ways you refined your search. Provide your thoughts about how your library search methods could be improved and what went well with your library search methods, including tips and pointers for conducting library searches.
Library Search: 12 Themes of Qualitative Inquiry
In this week’s discussion, you will describe the search methods you used to find a scholarly article related to your discipline and the 12 themes of qualitative inquiry. Be sure to copy and save the article’s persistent link so you can provide the link in your discussion post. Note: The persistent link will be diï¬€erent from the URL of the page on which you find the article. This link is usually listed in the article’s detailed record or abstract, or is generated in an e-mail if you choose to use the option, when available, to send the article to yourself. Refer to the Persistent Links and DOIs library guide for further guidance.
To prepare for your discussion post, use the Capella library to select a research article from the academic literature within your discipline that portrays one or more of the 12 themes of qualitative inquiry.
Design strategies include the following themes:
- Naturalistic inquiry.
- Emergent design flexibility.
- Purposeful sampling.
Data Collection and Observational Strategies
Data collection and observational strategies include the following themes:
- Qualitative data.
- Personal experience and engagement.
- Empathic neutrality and mindfulness.
- Dynamic systems.
Analysis strategies include the following themes:
- Unique case orientation.
- Inductive analysis and creative synthesis.
- Holistic perspective.
- Context sensitivity.
- Voice, perspective, and reflexivity.