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Pirkko Markula

materialists engage in conceptual readings (e.g.,  Coole & Frost, 2010 ), some discuss how qualitative methods can correspond with the theoretical advances to transcend the humanist ways of gathering research data. For example, Fox and Alldred ( 2017 ) suggested “re-engineering” methodology for the purposes of

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Maureen R. Weiss, Lindsay E. Kipp, Alison Phillips Reichter, Sarah M. Espinoza and Nicole D. Bolter

). Researchers with training and experience in qualitative methods independently read transcriptions and coded narrative to serve as data units. They met to discuss and reach consensus on data units to include in subsequent steps. Data units with similar meaning were combined to form lower-order themes and

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Yolanda Barrado-Martín, Michelle Heward, Remco Polman and Samuel R. Nyman

). In all three cases as no qualitative methods were used, there is no way to explain the reasons for participants’ engagement or disengagement with Tai Chi. An underuse of qualitative methods has generally been observed in RCTs of health-care interventions ( Drabble, O’Cathain, Thomas, Rudolph

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Nicolas Hobson, Sherry L. Dupuis, Lora M. Giangregorio and Laura E. Middleton

.J. , Dickinson , W.B. , Leech , N.L. , & Zoran , A.G. ( 2009 ). Toward more rigor in focus group research: A new framework for collecting and analyzing focus group data . International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 8, 1 – 21 . Retrieved from http

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Vicki D. Schull and Lisa A. Kihl

postmodernism: On voice and the qualitative method . The Leadership Quarterly, 7 ( 3 ), 371 – 383 . doi:10.1016/S1048-9843(96)90026-0 10.1016/S1048-9843(96)90026-0 Walker , N.A. , & Sartore-Baldwin , M.L. ( 2013 ). Hegemonic masculinity and the institutionalized bias toward women in men’s collegiate