module 7 dq 2 response to Deliah Re:Module 7 DQ 2 Good Morning All, Saldana (2016) notes a code in…

module 7 dq 2 response to Deliah Re:Module 7 DQ 2 Good Morning All, Saldana (2016) notes a code in…

module 7 dq 2 response to Deliah
Re:Module 7 DQ 2

Good Morning All,

Saldana (2016) notes a code in a qualitative inquiry is most often a word or short phrase that symbolically assigns a summative, salient, essence-capturing, and/or evocative attribute for a portion of language-based visual data. The data can consists of interview transcripts, participant observation, field notes, journals, documents, open-ended survey responses, drawings, artifacts, photographs, video, internet sites, e-mail correspondence, academic and fictional literature and so on. The portion of data coded during first cycle coding processes can range in magnitude from a single word to a full paragraph, an entire page of text or a stream of moving images. In second cycle coding processes, the portions coded can be the exact same units, longer passages of texts, analytic memos about the data, and even a reconfiguration of the codes themselves developed thus far. (Charmaz, 2001, as cited in Saldana, 2016) described coding as the “critical link” between data collect and their explanation of meaning. Therefore, this researcher would view the video recordings of the physician-patient interactions to observe their verbal and non-verbal communications. Based on the review of videos, some of the codes might be friendliness, listening, answering questions, empathy and small talk. This researcher would justify this set of codes from the field notes taken on what was observed on the videos regarding the physician’s behavior while interacting with the patient. Also the researcher would cite other sources to help support the codes of patient satisfaction with physicians.

module 7 dq 2 response to Deliah Re:Module 7 DQ 2 Good Morning All, Saldana (2016) notes a code in…

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