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K. Andrew R. Richards, Chad M. Killian, Kim C. Graber and Ben D. Kern

the data in the study were collected, analyzed, and reported. Of note, however, is the point that utilizing a quantitative survey prior to in-depth interviews and including multiple interviewers and data analysts in the qualitative research design improves credibility through both method triangulation

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Catherine E. Tong, Joanie Sims Gould and Heather A. McKay

differences among these groups ( Garcia & Da, 2011 ; Johnson & Garcia, 2003 ). Ethnicity and gender were both determined by self-report in the demographics survey. In-depth interviews We completed in-depth interviews at a private location of participants’ choosing, either their home or a room in a local

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Ben D. Kern, Suzan F. Ayers, Chad M. Killian and Amelia Mays Woods

baccalaureate) is included in parentheses following participants’ pseudonym to provide context. A detailed description of all study methods is presented in Chapter 4 ( Richards, Killian, Graber, & Kern, 2019 ). Results Through analysis of in-depth interviews of PETE program coordinators, four primary themes

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Andrea N. Geurin

not just social media (e.g., Facebook, Twitter), which is only one component of new media. Socha and Eber-Schmid ( 2014 ) defined the term “new media” as a catchall phrase used to describe all Internet-related interactions among technology, images, and sound. Through semistructured in-depth interviews

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Seoha Min, Sumin Koo and Jennifer Wilson

Greensboro, qualitative and quantitative approaches were employed to achieve the research purpose. In the first phase, the researchers explored significant design factors for gardening garments through in-depth interviews and defined potentially important design factors to guide the survey. During the second

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Maya Maor

in masculine performances and their social implications. Based on ethnographic participatory observations and in-depth interviews, I characterize the use of three main categories of Policing of Masculinity (POM) within mostly adult martial arts groups in Israel as indicators of the construction of

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Ben D. Kern, K. Andrew R. Richards, Suzan F. Ayers and Chad M. Killian

they perceive as individual barriers to recruiting? and (3) What strategies do PETE coordinators perceive to be successful in recruiting new students into their programs? Methods The data reported in this study were generated from in-depth interviews with 36 PETE coordinators (24 females and 12 males

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Daniel Birrer

log. To better illustrate Greg’s thoughts and feelings, the description is enriched with quotes from that log. Some of the additional information and quotes are from the intervention sessions, as well as from the aforementioned in-depth interview. This analysis begins with data from Calendar Week 13

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Laura A. Gale, Ben A. Ives, Paul A. Potrac and Lee J. Nelson

participants mentioned during the interview process ( Kaiser, 2012 ; Purdy, 2014 ). Data Generation Given our focus on the participants’ meaning making, and that the concepts of trust, trustworthiness, and distrust cannot be easily observed ( Lyon, Möllering, & Saunders, 2012 ), in-depth interviews were

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Rebecca K. Lytle and Gayle E. Hutchinson

The purpose of this study was to describe the experiences and roles adapted physical educators engaged in during consultation interactions. Participants included 4 females and 2 males with experience teaching (range of 3-21 years) in the field of adapted physical education. Data collection included a demographic data sheet, two individual in-depth interviews, interview notes, document analysis, and field observations. Results indicate that participants experienced and made meaning for five distinct roles, including advocate, educator, courier, supporter/helper, and resource coordinator. These findings and future discoveries may influence curriculum and pedagogical approaches for adapted physical education teacher training programs.