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    • Physician & Patient Communication 45 Chapter 3: Method This chapter begins with an explanation of grounded theory, with a description of open, axial and selective coding. Then, a more detailed and historical use of grounded theory will be included...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 47 then the information flows through the filters of axial and selective coding and the data is refined into identifiable and applicable themes, which can be used to build a sustainable thesis argument. For...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 48 coding involved the development of a coding framework designed to capture the meaning of participants’ speech. Axial coding was used to identify relationships between codes and selective coding was used to...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 50  Maintain an attitude of skepticism: Babbie (2010) suggests that as a researcher begins to interpret data, the researcher should regard all interpretations as provisional, using new observations to test those...
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    • I 1886 he went to England, taking his wife with him, n but was only gone eight months. W~th idea that Mexico offered more advantages the for him and his family, he broke up his home in Cedar City and started by team for the land of the Montenimas....
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    • Emotions in Conflict 6 minimal. For example, facing minor problems early on can prevent the development of more serious problems in the future. Furthermore, resolving conflict can sometimes be instrumental in strengthening relationships. While many...
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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 33 METHODS Grounded Theory Prior to answering the research questions in the National Geographic magazines, a grounded theory analysis was utilized to develop categories of photograph content and story content which can be coded for a...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 9 hammering out one's concerns, not allowing the other person to speak, and refusing to listen. A person using this style generally will fail to cooperate in agreements that don't fully meet his or her needs or...
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    • 5. Maiy Ann (Molly) Lunt (16 Nov 1896 - 2 Jan 1978) 6. EulaLunt(l2 Jan 1899 -(9Dec 1982) 7. BlancheLunt(2l Jun 1901 - 1 Apr 1993) 8. Randle Gtibson Lunt (13 Jan 1904 - ) Cb
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    • Commitment 30 Chapter Three Methods Grounded Theory A grounded theory method was chosen in order to develop the research study and analyze the data. Barney Glaser and Anslem Strauss developed grounded theory and their ideas were first published in...
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    • Commitment 31 social groups, but understanding of the core processes central to that change” (Morse, et al., 2009, p. 13). Grounded theory allows a researcher to identify and describe phenomena, its attributes, core social or social psychological...
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    • SILVER SCREEN 12 comes to horror films, this genre has been popular ever since it came onto the pop culture scene through the pulp fiction medium. These movies are fantasies that place in the dark side of human nature, which symbolize this dark...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 16 An undisputed ideology that stands out most clearly in the film is that war is terrible. However, two underlying ideologies emerge as well. The first is the myth that the Vietnam...
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    • Commitment 73 Publishing. Charmaz, K. (2006). Constructing grounded theory: A practical guide through qualitative analysis. Los Angeles: Sage. Clements, R. & Swensen, C. H. (2000). Commitment to one’s spouse as a predictor of marital quality...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 30 international communism gets a stranglehold on the people and it uses that power to “amalgamate” the peoples in the Soviet orbit. (pp. 37-39) The evidence mounts against any...

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