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Thomas Gretton, Lindsey Blom, Dorice Hankemeier and Lawrence Judge

‘real life’ but bounded (in time and place) context ( Hodge & Sharp, 2016 ). Simmons ( 2009 ) challenged the common perception that case studies are a pure methodology, instead promoting the interpretation that this qualitative approach is a design frame for multiple qualitative methods (e

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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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Edward Hebert

. References Ambrose , S.A. , Huston , T.A. , & Norman , M. ( 2005 ). A qualitative method for assessing faculty satisfaction . Research in Higher Education, 46 ( 7 ), 803 – 830 . doi:10.1007/s11162-004-6226-6 Baldwin , R.G. , & Blackburn , R.T. ( 1981 ). The academic career as a developmental

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Julie D. Guldager, Anja Leppin, Jesper von Seelen and Pernille T. Andersen

May 10, 2018. 15. Green J , Thorogood N . Qualitative Methods for Health Research . 3rd ed. London, UK : Sage Publications ; 2018 . 16. Malterud K . Systematic text condensation: a strategy for qualitative analysis . Scand J Public Health . 2012 ; 40 ( 8 ): 795 – 805 . PubMed ID

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Anne O’Dwyer and Richard Bowles

shared and discussed our reflections with a critical friend (not involved in our coaching). We also met with a coaching expert to discuss our AC pedagogies during the season. Multiple, primarily qualitative methods Careful reflection on practice is critical to becoming a good coach ( Côté & Gilbert, 2009

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Hannah Butler-Coyne, Vaithehy Shanmuganathan-Felton and Jamie Taylor

transcripts from the semi-structured interviews along with subjective information gathered from the completed e-surveys were analysed using inductive thematic analysis (six phase procedure), a qualitative method for identifying and analysing themes which emerge from the data ( Braun & Clarke, 2006 ). To

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Sheri J. Hartman, Dori Pekmezi, Shira I. Dunsiger and Bess H. Marcus

balancing increased physical activity in one part of the day with decreased physical activity in another part of the day. 33 Qualitative methods were helpful in identifying several potential causes for physical activity compensation in past studies in older adults (fatigue, muscle soreness, fear of

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Elena López-Cañada, José Devís-Devís, Alexandra Valencia-Peris, Sofía Pereira-García, Jorge Fuentes-Miguel and Víctor Pérez-Samaniego

research project carried out between 2012 and 2015 on Spanish trans persons’ PAS, memories of their physical education classes, and other psychosocial variables. The project was developed in 2 phases with a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods. In this study, we only use data from the

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Jessica Barrett, Alicia Pike and Stephanie Mazerolle

interview protocol, as previously described. The peer reviewer was someone with a strong content knowledge in gender issues and sport. The second stage was done during the coding process. The peer reviewer was a researcher with strengths in qualitative methods, athletic training, and prior experiences

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Basia Belza, Christina E. Miyawaki, Peg Allen, Diane K. King, David X. Marquez, Dina L. Jones, Sarah Janicek, Dori Rosenberg and David R. Brown

all levels of the social-ecological model (e.g., walkers for intrapersonal; site managers for built environment; program leaders for professional level). Investigators who use a qualitative method are able to probe more deeply when specific interview questions were asked, which a quantitative