Qualitative analysis is problematic from two perspectives, which exist in the science and art debate [Tesch.
Analysis types and software tools.
The Falmer Press, London ; Robson, C., 1993.
Blackwell, Oxford]. The science view claims that the absence of clear and agreed analysis processes, which can be found in the quantitative domain, attracts labels to qualitative analysis of intuitive artistry and personal journeys which are considered'unscientific'This thinking remains dominant despite the growth of systematic qualitative analysis supported through computer analysis systems [Tesch. 1990]. However, in the art domain there is real resistance to the development of set methods of analysis which does view qualitative analysis. « as more of an art than a science » [Robson, 1993, p. 370]. This paper offers a contribution to the qualitative analysis tension through the promotion and illustration of a decision making trail.
This option supports the principles of academic rigour in qualitative research [Guba.
San Francisco] as a decision trail permits the research community to make their own judgements concerning the process of analysis, the overall trustworthiness of the research and therefore its presented interpretations.
Mots-clés Pascal : Phénoménologie, Analyse qualitative, Prise décision, Soin, Infirmier, Pratique professionnelle, Evaluation, Homme, Royaume Uni, Europe, Personnel sanitaire, Herméneutique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Phenomenology, Qualitative analysis, Decision making, Care, Nurse, Professional practice, Evaluation, Human, United Kingdom, Europe, Health staff
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Code Inist : 002B30A05. Création : 22/03/2000.