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a seeking of knowledge, data, or the truth about something

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DO I NEED TO USE COMPUTER SOFTWARE IN GROUNDED THEORY RESEARCH?
Thirdly, qualitative software programs are helpful in conducting grounded theory research. A grounded theory approach can leave one feeling inundated by tons of data that can be characterized as thematically diverse.
A grounded theory research design was implemented in the context of a county alternative and correctional education program, which serves approximately 8,000 children and youth enrolled in juvenile corrections, social service, and community day school settings in a large suburban county in Southern California.
Grounded theory research designs in school counseling have proven useful in describing how school counselors implement comprehensive school counseling programs, as well as how school counselors are perceived by school administrators.
It uses Australian and international examples to illustrate the various methods and includes two new chapters, on qualitative case study research and grounded theory research.
They included: (a) "quasi" grounded theory research examining the most effective musical and communication skills used to communicate with people with significant brain impairment (O'Callaghan & Brown, 1989; O'Callaghan & Turnbull, 1987, 1988,) (3); (b) modified grounded theory research projects uncovering song themes written by palliative care patients (O'Callaghan 1996), and delineating the effect of a music therapist's introduction on oncology patients' engagement (O'Callaghan & Colegrove, 1998); and (c) constructivist research examining varied perceptions about oncologic music therapy's effect (O'Callaghan, 2001a, 2001b, 2004, 2005, 2007; O'Callaghan & Hiscock, 2007; O'Callaghan & McDermott, 2004, 2007).
In this study, both the Glaser and Strauss and Strauss and Corbin models of the Grounded Theory research tradition informed data analysis.
More specifically, concepts of grounded theory research such as theoretical sampling, comparative thinking and coding, provide us with formal tools to make sure that our models are relevant and grounded in data from mental models and documentation from stakeholders in a particular problem.