SAGE Journal Articles
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Blumenreich, M. (2004). Avoiding the pitfalls of “conventional” narrative research: using poststructural theory to guide the creation of narratives of children with HIV. Qualitative Research, 4(1), 77-90.
Caelli, K. (2000). The changing face of phenomenological research: Traditional and American phenomenology in nursing. Qualitative Health Research, 10, 366-377.
Williams, S., & Keady, J. (2012). Centre stage diagrams: a new method to develop constructivist grounded theory – late-stage Parkinson’s disease as a case exemplar. Qualitative Research, 12(2), 218-238.
Walker, D., & Myrick, F. (2006). Grounded theory: An exploration of process and procedure. Qualitative Health Research, 16(4), 547-559.
Koro-Ljungberg, M., & Greckhamer, T. (2005). Strategic turns labeled “ethnography”: From description to openly ideological production of cultures. Qualitative Research, 5(3), 285-306.
Bent Flyvbjerg. (2006). Five misunderstandings about case study research. Qualitative Inquiry, 12(2), 219-245.