Question: How do you identify patterns or themes in a participant's perceptions?
Interviewing in Action - Relationship, Process and Change. Second Edition
Authors - Bianca Cody Murphy and Carolyn Dillon, Chapters 3 and 4.
Below is your solution. Murphy & Dillon discuss establishing patterns in an interview qualitatively as a guideline only and did not set to fully quantify it only as limited to certain rules. hence, the nature of your solution. Good luck!
Themes & Patterns in Interviews: Participants
In the social sciences, gathering data at times mean interviewing or interacting with people to provide a body of discourse which is considered a data stream in order to come up with knowledge or information relevant to the topic of research. This practice can be done both qualitatively & quantitatively, with the former practiced on interview research in direct formal sessions & the latter via ethnographic & anthropologic research practices. In both cases, discourse analysis is used as pioneered by Michel Foucault to analyse the data to ...
The solution explores the themes and patterns used in counselling in a concise APA-style essay which is also attached as a word file.