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A SUMMARY OF THE ARTICLE WRITTEN BY CHERI HERNANDEZ Developing GT Using Focus Groups
Focus group and GT study Three criteria for relevance/congruence must be considered when using a focus group with GT: 1. Data source 2. Method congruence 3. GT product
Historical Development of Focus Groups Merton and Kendall Original intent… Major tenets of original approach by Merton & Kendall GT and focus groups
Changes to Focus Group Technique It has been 70 years since focus group interview technique was developed Purpose has changed from… Purpose has change to…
Comparison of Focused Group Interview and cGT Methodology Differences between Merton et al. (1990) and cGT methodology when using focus groups are...(hint: p.119)
Focus Groups in GT Two important aspects of GT method must be maintained Planning for focus groups Focus Group Method Data Analysis
Limitations Culture/Group dynamics Theoretical sampling Deviation from GT method
Benefits Time and budget resources Participants GT emergence
Conclusion Using a focus group is another method to collect data Grounded theory method does not need to be compromised when collecting data from a focus group
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