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A Comment on the Application of Grounded Theory to Accounting Research
- Philip H. Siegel, Fiesta Mart Chair of Accounting, University of Houston-Downtown.
A Research Strategy for a Developing Country
- by Rahmat M. Samik-Ibrahim in Forum of Qualitative Social Research, 1(1), January 2000.
Choosing Qualitative Research
- A primer for technology education researchers. By Marie C. Hoepfl.
Constructivist Grounded Theory?
- by Barney Glaser in Forum Qualitative Social Research online journal.
FA Constructive/ist Response to Glaser
- by Antony Bryant in Forum Qualitative Social Research online journal.
Information Seeking in the Newsroom
- application of the Cognitive Framework for Analysis of the Work Context -- by Hannele Fabritius, Department of Information Studies, University of Tampere.
Learning Counterintuitive Physics Concepts
- the Effects of Text and Educational Environment -- by Cynthia R. Hynd, Mary M. McNish, Gaoyin Qian, Mark Keith, and Kim Lay.
Practical Applications of Luhmann's Work
- Observations from a Grounded Theory Perspective. By Garry Gibson. [PDF]
Scanning the Business Environment for Information: a Grounded Theory approach
- this paper summarizes the principal findings of research that sought to provide a comprehensive understanding of the environmental scanning process -- by Zita Correia and T.D. Wilson.
The Creation of Theory
- a Recent Application of the Grounded Theory Method -- by Naresh R. Pandit, The Qualitative Report, 2(4), December, 1996.
The impact of access to electronic and digital information resources on learning opportunities for young people
- a grounded theory approach -- by Alison Jane Pickard, Department of Information and Library Management, University of Northumbria at Newcastle, UK.
Using Grounded Theory to Interpret Interviews
- by Linda Jo Calloway and Constance A. Knapp, School of Computer Science and Information Systems, Pace University.
What Happens When Students Read Multiple Source Documents in History?
- by Steven A. Stahl, Cynthia R. Hynd, Bruce K. Britton, Mary M. McNish, and Dennis Bosquet.
When Students Do Not Feel Motivated for Literacy Learning
- a Responsive Classroom Culture -- by Penny Oldfather, University of Georgia.
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