Grounded theory is the most commonly used framework for analyzing qualitative data.
Grounded theory is an approach to the generation of theory out of data through an inductive form of data analysis where theory is “grounded in” or generated from the data collected by the researcher. The use of a grounded theory approach involves a set of procedures regarding the analysis of data.
(a) Tools of grounded theory
(b) Outcomes of grounded theory
(c) Difficulties with grounded theory
Peake, L. 2018. Presentation at the ‘Workshop in Urban Feminist Research: Ethnographic Research Tools’, Ramallah, Palestine, July 2018.